Utah women discuss the roadblocks they face in pursuing higher education

Monday, November 07, 2022
Utah Public Radio

The Utah Women & Leadership Project released a new research brief discussing findings from in-depth interviews with women enrolled in college or graduate schools in Utah. The testimonials of these participants revealed common influences on their decision to pursue higher education as a woman – relationships and religious and cultural influences. Often, relationships women have with their family and professors are entwined with whether or not they obtain an advanced degree.

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