Fired BYU professor finds new job

September 2006
Gay & Lesbian Times;9/28/2006, Issue 979, p33
The article reports that college teacher Jeffrey Nielsen was hired by the Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah and the Utah Valley State College in Orem, Utah in 2006. Nielsen was a former professor from Brigham Young University who was fired due to his critical views on the Mormon church's opposition against same-sex marriage.


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