Seth Lowell Robins

Seth Lowell Robins graduated from the University of West Georgia, in Carrolton, with a doctorate in School Improvement and ESOL.

He graduated from Burley High School in 2000 and served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Japan, Fukuoka Mission 2000-2003. He graduated from BYU-I with an A.A. in General Studies in 2004; a B.A. in Japanese and minor in East Asian Studies from BYU in 2007; a graduate certificate in TESOL from BYU in 2009; an M.A. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching from BYU in 2010; and a M.A.  from Ohio State University in Columbus, in Japanese Language Pedagogy in 2012.

He is Faculty-Director of the College Success Program at BYU-I in Rexburg.

Seth is the son of the late (Gary) and Karen P. Robins of Burley and is married to Carrol Anne Ward of Burley. They have six children and reside in Rexburg, ID.

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