George, Wildermuth Honored as ‘Women of Note’ by U’s Presidential Commission on Status of Women


Professor Erika George

October 7, 2013 — University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professors Erika George and Amy Wildermuth are among 10 faculty members across campus honored as “Women of Note” 2013 by the University’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW).

According to the PCSW website, “The Presidential Commission on the Status of Women is a group of women and men from diverse areas on campus and comprised of students, staff, and faculty. Members are carefully chosen by the President to present a broad view of issues and achieve solutions through special educational activities or policies.”

Professor Leslie Francis commented, “As Associate Dean for Faculty, I am delighted that two of our women faculty members have received well-deserved recognition as “Women of Note” by PCSW. Professor Amy Wildermuth, in addition to her superb teaching and research in the areas of environmental and administrative law, now serves the University as Associate Vice President for Faculty.  Professor Erika George teaches and writes in the area of international human rights; she has become known nationally and internationally for her human rights scholarship and service, and in the spring of 2013 won the Humanitarian Award of the Utah Inclusion Center for Community and Justice.” 

Professor Amy Wildermuth

Professor Amy Wildermuth


George, Wildermuth, and the other 2013 Women of Note will be featured on the PCSW site until July 2014.