BYU graduate Alison Davis-Blake is first female dean of University of Michigan business school

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  • TaipeiModerate New Haven, CT
    Feb. 22, 2011 8:13 p.m.

    Michigan is an elite academic university. Right up there with Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, Chicago, MIT, Princeton, and Penn.

    A female mormon getting to the top an elite business school is an impressive accomplishment and a testament to enabling and powerful doctrines of Christ's gospel.

    The gospel's unique brand of social feminism-- that female attributes are treasured and beautiful, and that men and women are equal in God's eyes-- has propelled may women in the church to high levels in both the private and public sector. These women also find great joy in being mothers and wives.

    This is in contrast to the demeaning and crippling brand of liberal feminism that many women these days subscribe to. They shun uniquely female attributes and traits and cowardly deny the responsiblities and joys of being wives and mothers and at the end of their lives find themselves unfulfilled professionally and personally.

  • cactusflats American Fork, UT
    Feb. 22, 2011 2:28 p.m.

    Michigan needs some help. Let's hope Davis-Blake can provide it.