Pam Dupin-Bryant to be inducted to the Athletic Hall of Fame
Sports have always played a key role in Pam Dupin-Bryant's life. At the upcoming CEU Founder's Day March 27 she will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.
Born in Price, Utah in 1971 Dupin-Bryant was raised in the presence of sports; her parents, successful coaches in the history of Carbon County. She gained a love of sports at an early age that led to a successful athletic career.
At Carbon High School, in the late 1980's Bryant excelled in basketball, volleyball and track. She was the first female at CHS to be named first team, all-state basketball and to be selected to play on both the State 3-A all-star basketball and volleyball teams. She also received all-state volleyball honors. Pam was named academic all-state track and academic all-region volleyball for two years. At the state tournaments she was named to both the all-tournament volleyball and basketball teams. She received all-region,first team honors in both basketball and volleyball.
She served as captain of her volleyball, basketball and track teams. Pam received the Carbon High School outstanding female athlete award, basketball MVP, outstanding volleyball player award, and the outstanding runner award. She also received the United States Army reserve-national school athlete award, the Martin Vuksinick outstanding athlete award, and the Jackson Jewkes outstanding athlete award.
After graduating from CHS, Pam played volleyball and basketball in the early 1990's at the College of Eastern Utah. She was the captain of the CEU basketball team. As both a freshman and a sophomore she received all-conference basketball honors from the Intermountain Collegiate Athletic Conference. In addition, she was named to the prestigious national junior college association, academic all-American basketball team. She also received the most inspirational player award for two years in a row.
While at CEU, Pam served in student government and was ASCEU's activities Vice President. She received CEU's outstanding sophomore student award and the outstanding freshman and sophomore student choice awards. She represented CEU as a student legislator on the Utah Intercollegiate Assembly and served as the state projects and activities vice chair for the Utah Student Association. Pam was recently awarded the College of Eastern Utah Distinguished alumnae award.
She received her Bachelors degree in 1993 in business administration and her masters degree in business information systems and education from Utah State University in 1994. In 2000 she received her Ph.D. degree in education (adult learning and technology) from the University of Wyoming.
Dr. Dupin-Bryant is currently an Assistant Professor of business information systems/extension at Utah State University Tooele.
Pam is married to Shane Bryant and they have a two-old daughter. Bryant is the daughter of Charlene and Paul Dupin.