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DidYouKnowDid You Know...

Did you know that 12,620 different students took a credit bearing course from CSI in the 2018-2019 academic year?  

(Source:  PSR 1 Annual Report)

Chris Bragg
Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness
cbragg@csi.edu | 208.732.6775

LongevityThank You to CSI's Longevity Employees

10 Years

Danielle Roberts, Dawn Wendland, Marci Boyle, Lacee Clinger, Kara Mahannah, Megan Jacobson, Crystal Ayers (not pictured), Kimberly Morgan (not pictured), Jewlie Wolfe (not pictured), and Ben Lustig. 


20 Years

Svetlana Schuckert (not pictured), Wendy Fishcer (not pictured), Rosa Davila, Shelly Wright, LueLinda Egbert, Debra Matier (not pictured), Russ Tremayne, Patrick Ferrell, Camille Barigar, Dan Scrimpsher, Merry Olson, Cindy Flowers, Gary Dewey (not pictured), and Tony Baird (not pictured).

30 Years

Robert Blastock (not pictured) and Todd Schwarz

40 Years

Lena Paxton

Thank you for the years of service you have given the College of Southern Idaho. Your commitment to students and the college has been of great value and impact to our community! 

CSI Human Resources Department
hr@csi.edu | 208.732.6310

ClayWilkieCongratulations to Clay Wilkie, CTEI Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year

Clay Wilkie was awarded the 2019 CTEI Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year award. CTEI (Career and Technical Educators of Idaho) is an association which supports CTE educators at the State (CTEI), Regional ACTE (Association of Career and Technical Educators), and National ACTE level. Clay, as the Idaho State Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year winner will be forwarded to the ACTE Region V level to compete with other state award winners from the Northwest Region. Winners from the Region V will then be forwarded to the ACTE National Level.

Congratulations and job well done, Clay!

Todd Schwarz
Executive Vice President/Chief Academic Officer
tschwarz@csi.edu | 208.732.6325

WorkforcePrintCatalogCSI Workforce Development & Training Printed Catalog
The College of Southern Idaho's Workforce Development & Training department just released their very first printed catalog. They are excited for this new development. 

Click here to check it out! 

For more information about Workforce Development & Training you can visit their website at workforce.csi.edu or you can contact: 

Amanda Worthington
Workforce Training Specialist
aeworthington@csi.edu | 208.732.6310

GilbertsPantryGilbert's Pantry is in Need of Donations
Gilbert's Pantry is an emergency relief food supply for all CSI students. We respect student privacy and the process of a student receiving donations is confidential.

Gilbert's Pantry is currently in need of the following items:
                  • Corn
                  • Peaches, pineapple, fruit cocktail
                  • Tuna
                  • Jam/Jelly
                  • Oatmeal
                  • Rice
                  • Boxed Pasta Meals
                  • Soups (Chicken, Vegetable, Beef, Canned Pasta)
Gilbert's Pantry also has some school supplies. If students are in need, please send them to Rosa Lopez in the Student Affairs Office (Taylor 235)  or have them fill out a a request form at https://quondam.csi.edu/StudentAffairs/Gilberts-Pantry-Request-Form.pdf .  

Rosa Lopez
Assistant Dean of Students
rlopez@csi.edu | 208.732.6289

FacultyToolboxFaculty Toolbox is Still Going Strong

Faculty Toolbox is still going strong. New content has been added...and old favorites are still available. Got Five Minutes? Coffee Break learning videos are new and waiting for you. While Robin was at the Canvas conference in July she spoke with a wide variety of vendors to learn what new products are out there and she shared mini-video overviews of each in the Canvas Vendor page (click on the Learnin' Safari bus). Vote for your favorites in the survey and we will set up virtual meetings with desired vendors so we can learn more (no purchase promises). Click on https://csi.instructure.com/enroll/H3XLH3 and enroll to add the site to your Canvas dashboard.

Robin Bagent
Program Manager, Business Management and Entrepreneurship
rbagent@csi.edu | 208.732.6392

StudentAmbassadorsCSI Student Affairs is Hiring Student Ambassadors

Encourage your students to apply by 5 p.m. on August 23, 2019. 

Rosa Lopez
Assistant Dean of Students
rlopez@csi.edu | 208.732.6289

INBREINBRE Student Successes This Last Year

I'm very proud of the achievements of our CSI Idaho INBRE Interns and Scholars in the past year. Alvin Sihipanya and Kalynn Cotten conducted two research projects about composting and human impacts on the local bumblebee population under the direction of CSI Professors Jan Simpkin and Randy Smith. They won first prize in the Scholars category at the State-wide research conference for their work. Jan and Randy have spent the last 10 years helping students to have successful and meaningful research experiences here on campus and these last projects were no exception. Their contributions have been invaluable and will be missed as they move on to other projects in the future.

We also had five students working as Industry Interns in local laboratories this summer, each climbing a steep learning curve to complete a research project in only 10 weeks of work. Cooper Moon won first place in the Intern category for his work on water softening for Amalgamated Research Inc. Jessica Perron won third place in the Intern category for her work testing for suspended solids at Jacobs Labs in the Twin Falls waste water treatment plant. Our other interns also did excellent work! Cora Carpenter studied sugar beet genetics at the USDA ARS in Kimberly. Marissa Steiner studied sugar beet root maggot populations at the University of Idaho extension office in Kimberly. Antonio Granados learned to identify and control disease carrying mosquitos at the Twin Falls Pest Abatement district. We're very grateful to all of these laboratories for hosting our interns this summer! These really are life-changing educational experiences for our students. I also want to thank Dr. Amy Rice Doetsch who has been the Program Manager for CSI's Idaho INBRE Program for the last 15 years. She's done an amazing job establishing this program and the relationships with these labs across the Magic Valley. She's left me with some big shoes to fill and has been incredibly supportive in the last year and a half to help me make a smooth transition into this role.

Congratulations to everyone involved with CSI's Idaho INBRE program! We had a very successful summer.

Megan Jacobson
Associate Professor - Chemistry
mjacobson@csi.edu | 208.732.6426

employeeworkshoppPERSI - Employee Workshop
We will be hosting the PERSI - Ready, Set, Go workshops on August 28, in the Taylor Building, Room 277. The workshops are three separate sessions focused on different stages of your career and retirement timeline.

Ready Session - 9 to 10 a.m.
Set Session - 10 to 11 a.m.
Go Session - 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Please call me if you have any questions.

Pam O'Dell
Benefits Coordinator
podell@csi.edu | 208.732.6206

WellbeingEvents2019-20 CSI Wellbeing Events
Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208.732.6269

trioeocsummerCome to TRIO EOC This Summer for Assistance With Your Documents

Jean Nsabumuremyi
EOC Director
TRIO Access and Opportunity Programs
nsabjean@isu.edu | 208.732.6261

FineArtsTour Arts on Tour Season Tickets are Now On Sale
Arts on Tour, the premiere performing artist series in southern Idaho, announces their 2019-2020 season lineup, which includes The Greatest Love of All, A Tribute to Whitney Houston, Skerryvore, Arcis Saxophone Quartet, National Dance Company of Siberia, Carlene Carter, We Shall Overcome - A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Yamoto- The Drummers of Japan. You can learn more about the series and watch or listen to the artists at www.csi.edu/artsontour.

Full season subscriptions are now on sale. Full season subscriptions offer a direct cash savings of 20% over buying tickets for individual events and other subscriber benefits, including priority premium seating and performance night discounts at Elevation 486. Subscription prices, which include tickets for all seven Arts on Tour programs, are $163 for adults, $66 for children high school and under, or $138 for seniors. Tickets or a season brochure can be obtained by calling 732-6288. Tickets can also be purchased at the CSI Fine Arts Box Office or online at tickets.csi.edu.

Mini Subscriptions, featuring your choice of four to six of the seven performances to create your own season at a savings of 15%, will go on sale August 8, and tickets for individual performances will go on sale August 12.

Camille Barigar
Director of Community Enrichment
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208.732.6288 

DropInClassesDrop-In Fitness Classes at the Student Rec. Center

The CSI Rec. Center has a bunch of fall drop-in fitness classes. Try Mat Pilates, POUND, PiYo, Bootcamp, Spinning, Flow Yoga, Strong, Step 'N HIIT, Happy Hour, Refit, and more! 

John Twiss
Student Recreation Center Director
jtwiss@csi.edu | 208.732.6470

ORCOutdoor Recreation Summer Activities

Mountain Bike Mondays
Every Monday at 6:30 p.m. 
Join us mountain biking each week at Auger Falls or Indian Springs! We'll provide instruction, gear, or just people to ride with! Email jtwiss@csi.edu by 12 p.m. on Monday to reserve gear. Space is limited.  CSI Students taking 7+ credits are FREE, CSI Faculty/Staff and Community members are $5 (or FREE if you bring your own bike). 

Early Morning Bike Rides
Every Wednesday at 6 a.m. 
Join the ORC crew for an early morning ride from campus to the beautiful Canyon Rim Trail! We'll alternate weeks between path riding and mountain biking! All levels of riders welcome! All gear is provided. Email jtwiss@csi.edu by 12 p.m. on Tuesdays to register. Bikes are limited unless you bring your own! These events are free to CSI Faculty, Staff, and Students. Community Members are $5.  

Christa Gessaman
Outdoor Recreation Center Coordinator
cgessaman@csi.edu | 208.732.6697

HerrettThis Week at the Herrett Center for Arts and Science
Herrett Center for Arts and Science        
College of Southern Idaho
Museum, Planetarium, Observatory
Year round hours.
*Closed Sundays, Mondays, and federal holidays.
9:30 am to 9:00 pm
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
9:30 am to 9:00 pm
1:00 pm to 9:00 pm
*Live Sky Tour
**Weather Permitting

For "Now Showing" at the Faulkner Planetarium  click here
For special events at the Herrett Center  click here
For astronomy events in the Centennial Observatory  click here.

The CSI Planetarium is now offering shows in Spanish!
  • "Somos Estrellas" (con un tour en vivo del cielo)
    • Sabados: 4:30 pm
    • ¡Oyez!  ¡Oyez!  ¡Entra y experimenta el universo como nunca antes! Únete al Maestro del Tiempo mientras te lleva en un viaje a través del espacio y el tiempo. Descubra cómo los mismos átomos de los que estamos hechos se forjaron en los corazones de las estrellas o se crearon en sus muertes catastróficas. Vea el nacimiento explosivo de nuestro universo, vea cómo nacen y mueren las estrellas, experimente el nacimiento de los planetas y el eventual ascenso de la vida. Es el mejor paseo de carnaval de todos los tiempos, así que sigue y observa cómo somos todos estrellas.  Después del espectáculo, un profesor en vivo lo lleva a recorrer el cielo nocturno actual, que incluye instrucciones para encontrar los planetas, identificar constelaciones y mitos sobre las estrellas.
    • Horarios del programa hasta 30 de septiembre
The presenter for this show is fluent in Spanish and the Center is also working on securing the Spanish soundtracks for four more shows and possibly an additional two after that.

Rick Greenawald
Manager, Faulkner Planetarium
rgreenawald@csi.edu | 208.732.6659

CommEd2019Community Education Classes 

Dates: August 20 - December 14
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays                
Time: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Instructor: Bryan Matsuoka and Michael Easterling
Fee: $70 + $20 gi rental each session    
Location: Rec Center 231A

Dates: August 20 - December 14
Days:  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays      
Times: Tues & Thurs: 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. and Saturdays:  9 - 11 a.m.
Instructor: Bryan Matsuoka and Michael Easterling
Fee: $80 + $20 gi rental each session
Location: Rec Center 231A

Dates: August 28 - January 13
Age:  Adults and youth 14+ (acceptations with instructor's approval)
Days:  Mon & Wed: 6-8 p.m. & Saturdays, 9:30-11 a.m.     
Fee: $80 + plus $25 gi purchase payable to instructor
Location: Rec Center 236
Instructor: Jesse Clark    

Dates: September 3 - 24
Days: Tuesdays
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 
Instructor: Leroy Hayes and Deborah Silver     
Fee: $90 for a couple
Location: Gym 304

Click here for more information or to register for any of the above camps or classes. 

Camille Barigar 
Director of Community Enrichment
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208.732.6288
DispatcherStart a New Career as a 911 Dispatcher

Alex Wolford
Training Coordinator Workforce Training
awolford@csi.edu | 208.732.6344
WorkforceWednesdayWorkforce Wednesday - Becoming a Situational Leader

Alex Wolford
Training Coordinator Workforce Training
awolford@csi.edu | 208.732.6344

BookClubCSI Faculty, Staff, and Student Book Club August Discussion

Ebony Yarger
Administrative Assistant II
eyarger@csi.edu | 208.732.6250

CSIVolleyballCSI will Compete in the Snow College Volleyball Invitational 

This weekend the defending national championship volleyball team will be traveling to Richfield, UT. The 2019 team will be playing in the Snow College Volleyball Invitational. Live states will be available at:  https://athletics.csi.edu/schedule.aspx?path=wvball 

Karen Baumert
Sports Information Director
kbaumert@csi.edu | 208.732.6493

LegallyBlondeCSI Performing Arts Announces Auditions for Legally Blonde the Musical
This performance is a collaboration between the CSI Theater, Dance, and Music departments.

Director: Shane Brown
Musical Director: Serena Jenkins Clark
Choreographer: Cindy Jones

Auditions will be held from 3 - 6 p.m., on August 27, 28, 29,  in the CSI Fine Arts Theater.  All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to audition.

  • Participate in a 90 minute movement/dance workshop  
  • Come dressed to move around comfortably
  • Present a PREPARED musical selection no more than 32 bars/one minute in length
  • Be prepared to do a cold reading from the play (text will be provided)
  • Performers are STRONGLY encouraged to attend auditions on August 27 AND 28 
Call backs will be August 29.  Contact Shane Brown, Serena Jenkins Clark, or Cindy Jones in the Fine Arts building for more information. 

Shane Brown
Visual, Performing and Liberal Arts Instructor
sbrown@csi.edu | 208.732.6774

RaspberriesPick Veggies and Raspberries or Donate to Gilbert's Pantry by Purchasing Potatoes at the CSI U-Pick Garden

Sacks of potatoes will be for sale (amount is by donation), August 29-31. If you would like a sack of potatoes and can't make it to the U-Pick Garden on Saturday you can have a sack delivered to your office by calling Ivan at the CSI Breckenridge Farm at 208-316-7279.

Ivan Smith
Breckenridge Farm Manager
ismith@csi.edu | 208.732.6416  

CitizenshipClassesA Fall Citizenship Class Will Start September 3 

Heather Etcheverry
ELA Lead Instructor
hetcheverry@csi.edu  | 208.732.6540

NutcrackerAuditionsOpen Auditions for the Nutracker will be Sept. 12
Open Auditions!!!  The Eugene Ballet- Toni Pimble, artistic director will be coming to Twin Falls to perform the holiday classic The Nutcracker on December 6 and 7. We need your help to fill the roles of Baby Mice, Angels, Bon Bons, Party Guests, and Flowers. This is a chance to dance on stage with a professional ballet company! 

Auditions will take place on Thursday, September 12 between 4 and 8:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium on the CSI Campus.

The Eugene Ballet requests that all participants arrive at the audition at least 15 minutes prior to the audition time and be ready to dance (dressed and stretched). Because of how the auditions are ran, late-comers will not be allowed to audition. Rehearsals will fall on Saturday afternoons in October and November.

There will be a $10 audition fee. Checks payable to Eugene Ballet.

Nutcracker audition times are as follows:
4:00 Baby Mice Ages 5-7 no height requirement 1 yr ballet pref.
4:30 Angels Ages 7-9 must be under 4'6" 1 yr. ballet min.
5:00 Bonbons Ages 9-11 must be under 5' 2 yr. ballet min.
6:15 Party Children Ages 11-15 must be under 5'2" 3 yr. ballet min.
8:00 Waltz of the Flowers Ages 12-18 5'2" and over 3 yr. pointe min.

Other Notes:
* Please make sure that children audition for the proper roles.
* Students auditioning must be the appropriate age at the time of the audition, not the time of the performance.
* Boys and girls are welcome to audition for all parts except "Waltz of the Flowers", which is only open to advanced female students.
* Girls should wear class uniform, or a solid colored leotard, pink tights and pink ballet shoes, and hair should be secured in a bun.
* Boys should wear white t-shirt, black tights and black ballet shoes.
* All students audition in flat technique shoes EXCEPT "Waltz of the Flowers", who audition on pointe.
* Students should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to audition time to fill out registration forms.


Rehearsals will fall on Saturdays October - December with Rayni Capps.

Camille Barigar
Director of Community Enrichment
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208.732.6288

FallFestBuy Tickets or Donate to the CSI Fall Fest Dinner and Auction
Save the date for one of our biggest fundraisers of the year that benefits all CSI Student Athletes! CSI athletes not only are provided an opportunity to reach their dreams, but they also benefit the Magic Valley through community service and providing entertainment by showcasing their unique athletic ability to our whole community. #WeAreGold 

CSI Fall Fest Auction and Dinner
Call 208-732-6486 to purchase tickets ($250 for a table of 8 or $35 per individual plate)

Contact  jhowell@csi.edu or 208-244-4386 for information on donating to the Fall Fest live and silent auctions. Every thing you do makes an impact! Thank you and #JoinTheRush

Jacob Howell
Assistant Athletic Director
jhowell@csi.edu | 208.732.6482

ISBOEApprenticeshipTurning Apprenticeship Experience into College Credit

For Immediate Release

August 13, 2019

Contact: Mike Keckler
208-332-1591 (office)
208-866-5734 (cell)

Turning Apprenticeship Experience into College Credit

By Matt Freeman, Executive Director, Idaho State Board of Education

As a regional manager at Idaho Power, Angelique Rood is frustrated that her employees are unable to earn college credit in Idaho for course work completed during apprenticeships. "We are the only state that doesn't have that option for our apprentices," Rood said.
That distinction is about to change.

"Idaho Power pretty much pointed at us, rightfully so, and asked us to try to make something happen because it was happening in other states," said Barry Pate, Dean of Technical Education at the College of Southern Idaho. "What we are trying to do for companies that value post-secondary credentials is to create alignment between their apprenticeship programs and state requirements for degrees and certificates."
CSI's new Applied Technology Program creates pathways for workers earning journeyman licenses through federally registered apprenticeships to apply what they've learned toward college credit. "We'll work with them to translate those skills and competencies into College of Southern Idaho credits and that puts them on the pathway to earn additional credits that could result in an Associate in Applied Science Degree," Pate said.

The U.S. Department of Labor reviews and approves the registered apprenticeships to ensure there is adequate instruction occurring in the field and in the classroom to qualify the apprentice as a journeyman in their field. "There is a tremendous amount of rigor involved in a full-fledged apprenticeship program," Rood said. "Most of those programs are going to be at least 6,000 hours in length and often times the classroom instruction is conducted by a college or university in an area where the employer operates."
CSI will launch its Applied Technology program this fall with 40 students. "It has potential to be a game changer and to open doors for those adult learners that we have struggled to find ways to serve," CSI Executive Vice President/Chief Academic Officer Todd Schwarz said.

In addition to her duties at Idaho Power, Rood also serves on the Governor's Workforce Development Council and says several of Idaho's major employers are looking for ways to prepare employees for promotional opportunities that often require college degrees. "We're really grateful to CSI for undertaking this effort," she said. "It doesn't fit within the traditional mindset of what higher education looks like but it is something we believe - both at the Workforce Development Council and at Idaho Power, our apprentices and journeymen deserve."

Rood believes this approach has potential to go beyond CSI. "We've met with the deans of the other community and technical colleges in Idaho and there is great interest in providing programs like this to all employers who have registered apprenticeship programs. CSI has created the framework that we hope will be replicated throughout our state," she said.

"It really will help Idaho's 'go-on' rate. We believe this is incredibly low-hanging fruit to help get to that 60 percent goal."

ISBOEEducationRulesHearing Set Statewide on Education Rules

For Immediate Release

August 14, 2019

Contact: Mike Keckler
208-332-1591 (office)
208-866-5734 (cell)


The Idaho State Board of Education will hold public hearings later this month around the state on education-related rules including the Idaho content standards.

In 2009, Idaho worked with the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers and other states around developing common core content standards in English language arts and mathematics. In 2010, after a series of hearings held around the state, the Board adopted the Idaho content standards, which were approved by the Idaho Legislature the following year.

Content standards are re-evaluated on a rotating basis (in alignment with the curricular materials five-year review cycle). As part of the rolling evaluation process and lawmaker interest, the mathematics and English language arts content standards were opened up for a comprehensive statewide review in 2015-16. Based on that process and feedback received, the Board adopted amended standards in 2016, which were approved by the Legislature in 2017.

"The hearings will provide an opportunity for the public to share comments and specific suggestions they may have about administrative rules," State Board Chief Planning and Policy Officer, Tracie Bent said. "The purpose of the content standards is to set minimum levels for student progress by grade at the primary and secondary level. These minimum content standards are necessary to meet the constitutional requirement to maintain a "uniform and thorough system" of public schools. The method for meeting the standards is the curriculum that is chosen by each school district and charter school. Curriculum is set at the local level by each school district."

Idaho has content standards in 13 categories, eight of them are identified as "core" content areas (IDAPA

The schedule for public hearings on Docket 08-0000-1900, IDAPA Chapter 08 (education-related rules) is:

* August 19, 2019 - College of Western Idaho, Nampa; Academic Building Room 102E - 6:00 - 9:30 p.m. (MDT)

* August 21, 2019 - College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls; Hepworth Building Room 108 - 6:00 - 9:30 p.m. (MDT)

* August 22, 2019 - North Idaho College, Coeur d'Alene; Student Union Building Lake Coeur d'Alene Room - 6:00 - 9:30 p.m. (PDT)

* August 27, 2019 - College of Eastern Idaho, Idaho Falls; Building 6 (Health Education Building) Room 150/152 - 6:00 - 9:30 p.m. (MDT)

More about the rules process is posted on the State Board website:

BoiseStatePublicRadioJoin Boise State Public Radio in Welcoming Rachel Cohen
Join us from 5 - 8 p.m. on Thursday, August 22, 2019, at Yellow Brick Cafe! 

An evening in the Magic Valley to connect and unwind with your public radio station! Say hello to Rachel Cohen, the newest reporter to the Boise State Public Radio newsroom. Rachel is our South Central Idaho reporter covering the Magic Valley and Wood River - come welcome her to the community!

Plus! If you make a donation of $5 or more, you can take home one of our stainless steel Boise State Public Radio tumblers and your first pint is on us! We've rolled out the blue version for 2019 - make sure to add it to your collection!

Chris Bragg
Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness/ALO
cbragg@csi.edu | 208.732.6775

MagicValleySymphonyMagic Valley Symphony 2019-2020 Season

Paula Sinclair
Magic Valley Symphony

HumanTraffickingHuman Trafficking is Happening in Idaho Ending it Starts Here
If you are interested in joining the College of Southern Idaho team for the Walk for Freedom on October 19, 2019 at the CSI Expo Center here is what you need to do:
  • Register at A21.ORG/WALK
  • Find the Twin Falls Walk and Register
    • Adults 18+
    • Children 13-17 (Participants under 13 do not need to register. They can walk with a registered adult the day of the walk)
  • Create an Account
  • Join the CSI Team and help raise $1000 as a group. Our Team Name is "College of Southern Idaho"
  • Invite your friends and family to join too!
  • See you at the Walk!
Angela Batchelor
Assistant Professor, Art
  abatchelor@csi.edu | 208.732.6754

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