Alumni Lunch Series
About the Alumni Lunch Series
The series allows students to meet and eat with CHaSS alumni who have humanities degree and finessed that degree into a profitable and purposeful career. We make every effort to include a diversity of majors.
Join us for all the luncheons, which all offer knowledge and life hacks.
Besides, you can enjoy a free lunch on us. We look forward to seeing (and feeding) all CHaSS students who are pondering their futures, as well as faculty and staff who are interested.
CHaSS Trail Heads
A podcast featuring alumni in careers out in the field, talking with their college professors about their career path after graduation.
Tuesday, Mar. 10
Stacie Stewart: Women in Law Luncheon
12 p.m | RWST 308
Stacie will host a luncheon for women interested in law. Seating is limited. Attendees must register in advance. To RSVP, contact Andrea DeHaan: firstname.lastname@example.org 435-797-0366, or register through Handshake.
USU degree: BA English '96
Before becoming an attorney, Dean Stacie Stewart spent fifteen years working as a teacher and administrator for the Cache County School District in North Logan, Utah. She obtained her undergraduate degree in English and master's degree in educational leadership from Utah State University. While working on her master's degree, she took a class titled "Legal Issues in Education" that provided the original spark for her interest in attending law school.
With the support of her husband and four children, Dean Stewart graduated magna cum laude from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University. During her time as a BYU Law student, she was the managing editor of administration for the BYU Law Review and the President of BYU's Women in Law. Following graduation, Dean Stewart continued her efforts to promote opportunities for women in the legal profession as a a member of the board of the Women Lawyers of Utah.
After law school, Dean Stewart clerked for the Honorable Judge Andrew J. Kleinfeld of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Fairbanks, Alaska, and then for the Honorable Judge Ted Stewart of the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah in Salt Lake City. She then entered private practice in the commercial real estate section of Parr Brown Gee & Loveless in Salt Lake City.