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Robyn Hill Bergstrom






Educator and school administrator,

English and Psychology teacher at Bingham High, Eastmont Junior High and Red River High Schools

Professor of Communications at the University of North Dakota and BYU-Idaho

Director of the Urban Studies Program in Chicago for Inner City Youth

Dean of the College Business and Communication at BYU-Idaho

Awarded “Advisor of the Year” and given the “Innovative Teaching” Award

Won the “Outstanding Doctoral Candidate of Education” Award at the University of Idaho

Won first place for her National Communication Association Scholar to Scholar presentation

She was awarded the “Eight Who Make a Difference” Award by a local television station



Robyn Hill Bergstrom (Class of 1973),  was raised in Riverton and also attended Bingham High School when it was located in Copperton graduating in 1973. She loved her high school years and is always proud to tell everyone that she is a Bingham Miner. During her time at Bingham, she served as president of the Girls Association, (which name was changed to the Women’s Association while she was president). She started the Mat Maids (cheerleaders for the wrestling team) and was a member of the debate team, Drama Club, Minerettes, and Coppertonian Yearbook Staff. She graduated from Ricks College with an Associate’s degree and from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Teaching with a major in communication and minors in English and Psychology. She did her student teaching experience at Bingham High School where she was later hired, and taught for three years. She received a Special Education Endorsement from the University of Utah. Robyn continued her post-graduate education at the University of North Dakota where she received a Master’s degree in Communication and a Doctorate degree from the University of Idaho in Education Adult Organization Learning and Leadership. She has taught at Eastmont Jr. High, Bingham High School, Red River High School, Ricks College, University of North Dakota, and Brigham Young University-Idaho. Dr. Bergstrom is currently the Dean of the College of Business and Communication and a professor of Communication at BYU-Idaho. She also has served as the Director of the Urban Studies Program in Chicago with Inner City Youth for the past sixteen summers where she supervises BYU-Idaho students who work in Chicago with inner city girls ages 10-15. Prior to becoming the Dean of the College, she served as the Associate Dean. She has received awards including: Channel 8 “Eight Who Make a Difference,” Honorary Faculty Member at BYU-Idaho, Advisor of the Year, Innovative Teaching Award, Outstanding Masters Student at the University of North Dakota, Outstanding Doctoral Candidate of Education at the University of Idaho and First Place National Communication Association Scholar to Scholar Presentation. She married Scott J. Bergstrom in 1976. He is currently an Administrator in the Academic Office and Director of Institutional Research at Brigham Young University Idaho. They have four children and eleven nearly perfect grandchildren. She enjoys swimming, cross-country skiing, shopping, and time with family and friends




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