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Undergraduate Seminar for Women in Mathematics, Science, and Engineering

Students in Computer Science are invited to attend Undergraduate Seminar for Women in Mathematics, Science, and Engineering on Thursday, November 30th, at 11 am in 140 BNSN.  Professor E. Jeffrey Hill, of the Home and Family Living Department will be speaking on "Creating Harmony: Finding Peace in a Busy Life."Students in Computer Science are invited to attend Undergraduate Seminar for Women in Mathematics, Science, and Engineering on Thursday, November 30th, at 11 am in 140 BNSN.  Professor E. Jeffrey Hill, of the Home and Family Living Department will be speaking on "Creating Harmony: Finding Peace in a Busy Life."

E. Jeffrey Hill is associate professor of Home and Family Living at Brigham Young University and senior human resources professional at IBM.  His research examines flexible work arrangements and their influences on work and family outcomes.  He designed the 2004 IBM Global Work and Life Issues Survey with 98,000 invitees in 79 countries.  He pioneered many IBM flexible work options including paternity leave, part-time employment, and telecommuting.  Dr. Hill teaches a semester-long work and family class to MBA graduate students in the Marriott School of Management at BYU.  He and his wife, the late Juanita Hill, are parents of nine children.  His oldest daughter, Sarah, has a Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Washington and is doing a post-doc at the University of Pennsylvania.  She is married with two children.