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by Jon Cohen

Tami, whose full name is Sentagi Sestoya Utami, is a violin-playing pre-doctoral candidate in Architectural Acoustics.  Tami is from Indonesia and her name translates into “a perfect chain of diamonds”.  She received a Fulbright Scholarship to get her masters in Acoustic Physics at Brigham Young University, and received her undergraduate degree in Architecture from an “old, big” government-run university in Indonesia.  She became an instructor there and is taking time off from work to pursue higher education.  Tami has three children, ages 9, 7, and 7 weeks.  For breakfast this morning she had rice with stir-fried vegetables and fried chicken.

Posted in Featured People by on the February 4th, 2009
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