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Sneak Peak

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by Christi Boggs on 4 September 2013

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Transcript of Sneak Peak

My Journey
K-12
Leadville, Colorado
Undergrad
University of Wyoming
Majored in Biology
Graduate
University of Wyoming
Instructional Technology
Now...
Who am I?
Lake County Sports Hall of Fame
Ski Coach
Instructional Designer & Instructor
Teacher
Ski Coach
Athlete
Knitter
Life-long learner
"When I first came here, I didn't really like to ask questions in my classes because they were big. I think I was a little more intimidated by my surroundings than I let on. But once I adjusted I was more willing to volunteer in class. Since this is such a big university, the only way to get help is to ask for it."
-Inside the Undergraduate Experience

"My small town experience hasn't negatively affected me, and in fact, it allowed me to bring things into the conversation that others may not thave thought about. I guess I feel like if I can tackle these problems here- I feel like the world is my oyster. I think anything I want to do is accessible, and I can do it with confidence."
- Inside the Undergraduate Experience

"To be educated is to question the truth. Whose truth is it? Why should that truth be my truth? What we are learning in college is to question."
-Inside the Undergraduate Experience

Christi Boggs
cboggs@uwyo.edu
WH 315
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