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Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Idaho State Today is a weekly campus employee newsletter where we share our successes and tell you about the news you need to know during your workweek. This newsletter replaces News and Notes, and will be sent to faculty and staff every Monday. Today's issue was sent on Tuesday due to the holiday.
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The Idaho State University College of Arts and Letters awarded the first six Road Scholarships of the year on Feb. 11 during a joint event with School District 25.
The event was titled “Education as Power” and featured workshops with ISU professor DJ Williams and Independence High School teacher Dan Grimes. The event was concluded with a presentation by Carine McCandless, author of “The Wild Truth” and sister of literary icon Chris McCandless. More than 500 high school students from southeast Idaho and northern Utah were in attendance.
It was a daunting task – condensing thousands of words and hundreds of hours of research into a three-minute presentation before a live audience. But five Idaho State University graduate students rose to the challenge at the state’s first Three Minute Thesis/3 Minute Masters Competition Feb. 12 in Boise.