"Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education."

Loralee Amandus recently joined the physician assistant education program as their clinical education data coordinator. She holds an associate’s degree in general studies and is nearly finished with her bachelor’s degree in Health Science from Brigham Young University-Idaho. Here’s more about Loralee, in her own words: “I’m from Boise Idaho, where I grew up with five brothers. I’ve always been into sports – not only... Continue Reading

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