Leah Widtsoe: Pioneer in healthy lifestyle family education
Personal profiles; Educators; Home economics
Leah Eudora Dunford Widtsoe held a number of key positions that influenced healthy lifestyle family education in Utah, the US, and Europe during the 20th century. Widtsoe was a pioneer instructor in Home Economics and the education of women.
Original Publication Citation
Woodger, Mary Jane, “Leah Widtsoe: Pioneer in Healthy Lifestyle Education,” Journal of Family and Consumer Science: From Research to Practice, Marilyn Huum, ed., Washington, D. C.: American Association of Family and Consumer Science, no. 92, (2000) 50-54.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Woodger, Mary Jane, "Leah Widtsoe: Pioneer in healthy lifestyle family education" (2000). Faculty Publications. 3790.
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences
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