Jessilyn Gale of the Daily Herald writes about the impact of three BYU professors inspiring young women and girls to pursue careers in the sciences. Read about it here.
The Red Thread Foundation for Women is proud to announce award recipient for the 2015-2016 academic year! Our winner was chosen from a pool of highly accomplished applicants based on written essays explaining the impact of their international background, academic and career goals, and recommendations. Our award winner is truly impressive, demonstrating academic excellence, community […]
The Red Thread Foundation is proud to introduce Tania Pereira, a talented, accomplished HR professional–and dear friend of one of the Red Thread trustees. Having had the opportunity to lead Gender Balance and Diversity projects at the Global Headquarters of Nestlé in Switzerland, Tania will share with us her thoughts and experiences on how young women can create the foundations of […]
I was born in Russia, but my strongest international involvement has actually been in Guatemala. I took an educational trip there for several weeks in college, and later returned for several months to learn Spanish and volunteer. Although my time there was short, the experience had a deep impact on me. Working with a comadrona, or […]
Come this fall, many of you will embark upon on a much awaited chapter of your lives: the college experience. There will be anxiety-filled moments as you contemplate what classes to enroll in and what major to choose as this will provide the springboard for your professional and personal development. These four years of college […]
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