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DidYouKnowDid You Know...

Did you know that 26% of CSI students report participating in a college sponsored activity (organization, student government, club, etc.) while at CSI, compared to 21% of students at comparable institutions? 

(Source: 2019 CCSSE Survey)

Chris Bragg
Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness | 208.732.6775

ApprenticeshipWeekShowcasing CSI's Apprenticeship Programs

National Apprenticeship Week is a nationwide celebration that gives educators and others the opportunity to showcase their apprenticeship programs while providing valuable information to career seekers. The CSI Workforce Development and Training Apprenticeship Team (Davy Gadd and Stefanie Hauff) took advantage of this opportunity to share information about CSI Apprenticeship programs as they met with Idaho Power employees in Payette, Boise, and Nampa. The CSI team will also make two more stops before the holidays in Twin Falls and Pocatello. It is anticipated that the team will meet with at least 150 Idaho Power employees who could potentially be interested in the CSI apprenticeship programs.

Brandi Turnipseed
Executive Director, Workforce Training Center | 208.732.6378

GilbertsPantryDonationThank You to the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho

Members of the Episcopal Church of Idaho recently held their annual Episcopal Diocesan Convention for 2019 in Burley, Idaho. Every year during this event, members of the Episcopal church bring donation items with them to donate to a local cause or charity. This year the Idaho Episcopal Dioceses chose the College of Southern Idaho Gilbert's Pantry. Attendees of the convention and members of the local Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Twin Falls drove the a large conference table worth of donations (plus additional cash donations) from Burley to the CSI campus. Gilbert's Pantry is an emergency relief food supply for all CSI students. It is a free and confidential option for students who need assistance with food. The pantry takes donations of non-perishable items as well as hygiene items. Donations can be dropped off at the Office of Student Affairs in the Taylor (Student Union) building, on the second floor. For more information about Gilbert's pantry, visit .

The College of Southern Idaho would like to thank members of the Episcopal Church of Idaho and its convention going members for the kind donation!

Alex Daw
Public Information Specialist | 208.732.6322

CSICalendarsIt's Time to Order Your 2020 CSI Calendars

Erin Giesler
Graphic Design Specialist | 208.732.6320

MailRoomMake Shipping Easy with the CSI Mail Room

Shanay Ledbetter
Mail and Copy Specialist | 208.732.6553

StressFreeStress Free Week for Students

Odalis Ocampo
CSI Program Board

PajamaDrive CSI's AAWCC Chapter Encourages You to Donate New Pajamas for Homeless Students 

The Twin Falls School District has reported that 330 children have been identified as homeless in our community. To reduce a barrier for these children the school district has been able to assist with clothing and there is a current need for NEW warm pajamas. You will notice cardboard boxes around campus that have the flyer above attached. The College of Southern Idaho American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) chapter will be collecting pajamas in these boxes from anyone willing to donate. The school district is looking for pajamas that will work for boys and girls ages 3-18. The boxes will be in several locations around campus from now until Tuesday, December 3. You are also welcome to interoffice mail your donations to the CSI Mail Room.
Thank you for helping keep the children in our community warm this winter!   


AAWCCYogaSocialAre You Interested in Becoming an AAWCC Member? Join Us!
The AAWCC Executive Board is excited to invite you to our next fun event, Yoga Social! All AAWCC members and those interested in becoming a member are welcome to attend! 
Please RSVP to Kimberlee LaPray (via email at if you are able to make it. 

InterclubFall 2019 Interclub Meeting Schedule 
Interclub Council is the managerial and governing body for student clubs and organizations at CSI. Interclub consists of representatives from all student clubs and organizations on campus. Interclub exists to recognize clubs and organizations, distribute funding to clubs, work as a liaison between a club or organization and Senate, provide a forum to discuss issues, share accomplishments, advertise and solicit assistance with events, and improve communication among clubs and organizations. 

Interclub meetings will be held at Noon in Shields 117 on the following dates:
  • December 4
For more information about Interclub, please contact Interclub President, Naile Ramirez, at or Vice President, Skylar Bollar, at
Jasmine Lopez
Student Activities Coordinator | 208.732.6229

SpeakersShowcaseThe Communication Program is Proud to Present the Fall 2019 Speakers' Showcase
Andy Orr
Instructor/Director of Forensics | 208.732.6776

SodexoSodexo: First Friday - All You Care to Eat
Debbie Woodland
Sodexo General Manager

SOARNew S.O.A.R Dates Have Been Posted

S.O.A.R. is required for all students seeking a certificate or degree at the College of Southern Idaho. S.O.A.R. is designed to introduce students to the essential tools for success at the CSI. Each S.O.A.R. session begins at 8 a.m. and runs until approximately 3:30 p.m. Please let students know that future S.O.A.R. dates are scheduled for December 6 and January 4. They need to choose to attend on a date that allows them to attend the entire day. If students need to attend on a different day than they signed up for, please have them drop the session at least 24 hours prior to S.O.A.R. If they do not drop the course 24 hours before they will be charged for that day. If they have any dietary or accessibility needs have them contact the Office of Admissions to set up accommodations.

Students can register for S.O.A.R at

CSI Admissions

WellbeingEventsMore Nov/Dec Wellbeing Events Including Crafting, Socializing, Celebrating, and Fun!
12/6 at 2:30 p.m. - No Shave November Celebration and Contest
Friday, December 6
2:30 - 3 p.m. in the Cafeteria, north side
No Shave contest and prizes at 2:45
Join us to recognize and award prizes to "the people's choice" winners of the No Shave November contest.  All Santa bears and reindeer legs are welcome!
This will be a fun social event with milk and cookie bites for everyone. Bring a coworker for a relaxing break.

12/11 at 10 a.m. - Ergonomic Best Workplace Practices, Stretches and More
Wednesday, December 11
10 - 11 a.m. in TAB 277

Join Julie Ellis PT, SCS, CSCS from the Center for Physical Rehab for an informal and informative session on all things ergonomic and the workplace.  This is especially intended for frontline staff and those that spend much of their day in fixed positions, such as driving, sitting or standing.
Newer employees are especially invited for this preventive maintenance update!  We will end with an invigorating stretching session that will send you back to the workplace feeling fine.  No registration is required.  Find a preview of stretching exercises created JUST FOR CSI on the wellbeing program website.

12/13 at noon - The Art of Swedish Weaving Make-it-and-Take-it Craft
Friday, December 13
Noon - 1 p.m. or more
HR TAB Conf. Rm 210 or larger
 Registration is required.
CSI employee and artist extraordinaire Diane Gause will lead us in the art of Swedish weaving, also known as huck weaving huckaback darning and huck embroidery - a craft dating back centuries.  This craft is a very relaxing and fun activity. We will start with the basics so you can go on to create more projects into the future.
All materials will be supplied.  Come and enjoy a restful social event with your CSI friends.
Coming: More Caregiving, Minimizing, Adding Fiber to Your Diet, more...
  1. Back by popular demand, we will offer more Coping with Caregiving sessions with Shawna Wasko from the OOA starting in February.  Participants are saying this information/support group has changed their lives for the better. Join us on Tuesdays at noon on 2/11, 3/10 and 4/13 in HR Conference Rm 210. More details about session topics and registration to come.
  2. Our Wellbeing Program will take a more serious look at simplifying and minimizing our lives during Spring Semester. We're calling it a Carbon Weight Loss Program because everyone wants to get in shape after winter, right? Starting in February and ending with Earth Day in April, we will challenge you to find  101 Things to Reduce in Your Home. Trust me, you will really only touch the surface during that time, but the results will be mind-blowing and it will start you on a course for the better in the future.  Participants will earn recyclable/washable grocery and produce shopping bags in fun colors and shapes! Never use plastic bags again! Join the challenge to lose the weight!
  3. Speaking of weight, our March focus for National Nutrition Month will beg the question "Are you eating enough to lose weight?" Our course is inspired by Full Plate Living in partnership with WELCOA. This four-week program with CSI dietitian/allied health instructor Sarah Renaldi will focus on FIBER as a key to weight loss and sustained health. Most Americans eat fewer than 5 fiber foods each day when we should be eating 11-15! Come learn how!  Days/times, location and registration to be announced.  Participants will be provided with all materials, including a Full Plate Living cookbook! For a sneak peek at our program, see  The Beginner's Guide for Health Weight Loss.
Also expect: heart healthy blood pressure checks, more massages with Williams Chiro, Active Transportation Week, spring cleaning, Taking Charge of Your Life Purpose and more!

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

PACEPACE Training Committee Crafting Saturday

Click here to register for the Metal Tree project.

Click here to register for the Home Décor and Bracelet crafts.

Professional and Classified Employees (P.A.C.E)

HolidayCardCompetitionDepartment Holiday Card Competition

Shantel Dolecheck
Administrative Assistant, Campus Safety | 208.732.6605

ErgonomicTrainingComing in December - Ergonomic Training

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

PACEHolidayBasketDonate a Holiday Basket to PACE

Pam Luper
Administrative Assistant | 208.732.6282

h2oHo, Ho, Ho, H2O


It's time to drink up! Many of us don't drink as much water as we should each day. With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season in full force, drinking water is one of the easiest ways to care for your body. Drinking more water can energize you and help your body and brain function optimally. So, water you waiting for? Dive right into a healthier and happier you!  


Email completed tracking sheets to Health Matters by Friday, December 27 to be eligible for prizes like water bottles, reusable straws, and more!

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

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.

Rick Greenawald
Manager, Faulkner Planetarium | 208.732.6659
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AthleticsCSI Athletic Events This Week - GO EAGLES

CSI Team Date Time Opponent Location
Men's Basketball 12/5 7:30 p.m. North Idaho College Twin Falls, ID
Women's Basketball 12/6 5:30 p.m. Williston State College Twin Falls, ID
Men's Basketball 12/6 7:30 p.m. Northeaster Junior College Twin Falls, ID
Women's Basketball 12/7 5:30 p.m. Edmonds College Twin Falls, ID
Men's Basketball 12/7 7:30 p.m. Central Florida CC Twin Falls, ID

For more information about CSI Athletics visit

Karen Baumert
Sports Information Director | 208.732.6493

SharonFarsijaniAAWCC Guest Speaker - Sharon Farsijani
SymphonicBandCSI Symphonic Band Presents "Holidays and Getaways"
The College of Southern Idaho Symphonic Band will present its fall concert, Holidays and Getaways, on Tuesday, December 3 at 7:30 PM in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. CSI faculty member George K. Halsell will direct.
The concert will feature a variety of both Christmas and other music. Featured works include Dialogues on 'In Dulci Jubilo', by Minnesota-based composer John Zdechlik, Dramatic Overture, by Nicolas Myaskovsky, Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Procession of the Nobles, and March With Trumpets, by American composer William Bergsma. Also on the program are works by Tim Mahr, Arthur Pryor, Vaclav Nelhybel, Randall Standridge, John Philip Sousa, and Hershy Kay.
The performance will also feature a memorial tribute to two members of the Symphonic Band who have passed on since its previous concert, bassoonist Hubert Johnson and flutist Sylvia Grooms. In their memory, members of the Snake River Horn Society will perform the second movement from Three Movements for Horn Quartet, by Dr. Halsell. The French hornists performing include Halsell, Catherine Doyle, Paul Johnson, and David Hamilton.
The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Dr. Halsell at 208-732-6767 or .

Dr. George Halsell
Music Professor | 208.732.6767

FineArtsChristmas Concerts, Recitals, and Performances
If you are looking for something to do this week or next, check out the events happening at the CSI Fine Arts Center.

7:30 p.m. on December 5, in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium
Information TBA.  Admission is free but donations to the CSI Music Scholarship Fund are always appreciated.
2 p.m. on December 6, CSI Fine Arts
Admission is free but donations to the CSI Music Scholarship Fund are always appreciated.
7:30 p.m. on December 14, and 4 p.m. on December 15, in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium
The Magic Valley Chorale invites you to its performance of Part 1 of Handel's Messiah on Saturday under the direction of Carson Wong. The Chorale will be accompanied by the Magic Valley Chamber Orchestra. The program will also include familiar Christmas carols. Tickets are available at Kurt's Hallmark Pharmacy in the Lynwood, Sav-Mor Drug in downtown Twin Falls, Deseret Books and the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium ticket office.     

Camille Barigar
Community Enrichment Director  | 208.732.6288

NutcrackerLocal Ballet Students Practicing Hard in Anticipation of Performing The Nutcracker with Eugene Ballet Company
Eugene Ballet Company's Nutcracker stands out from all the other holiday shows as the one to see. Since the early 1900s, the Nutcracker has been the most performed and most popular ballet of all time. Danced to Tchaikovsky's memorable score, The Nutcracker is a favorite holiday tradition.

Now in its 36th year, The Eugene Ballet Company is, in the words of the National Endowment for the Arts, "one of the premier touring ballet companies in the United States". Over its 30 year existence, the company has performed the Nutcracker in 32 states and 7 countries. The Nutcracker performances on December 6 and 7 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium are a wonderful opportunity for the local community to see this outstanding professional ballet company.

Eugene Ballet Company's Nutcracker features a cast full of nationally and internationally acclaimed dancers. Artistic Director Toni Pimble overflows with enthusiasm when speaking of the talents of this season's performers.
"The Eugene Ballet Company brings dancers from all over the world to the CSI Fine Arts Center stage. Korean principal Yun-Kyung Kim bring technical aplomb and flair while Russian, Petr Orlov explodes onto the stage. Venezuelan Gilmer Duran brings character and magnatism, Leoannis Pupo Guillen acts the role of the Nutcracker with style. Juan Carlos Amy-Cordero's technical prowess is astonishing while long time principal dancer Jennifer Martin combines maturity with grace and technical acuity."
-          EBC Artistic Director, Toni Pimble
As has become the custom, local dance students will have the thrill of a lifetime as they perform onstage with the Eugene Ballet Company. Roles to be danced by the children include mice, angels, party children, flowers, and ladybugs. Students were selected by audition and have been actively rehearsing under the guidance off Rayni Capps. "Involvement of local dance students is something that we have always encouraged," according to Toni Pimble, the company's artistic director. "Their experiences with a professional ballet company will be something they will remember for years to come, giving them inspiration beyond their dance studies."

Performances will be presented at 7:30 p.m. on December 6 and 2 p.m. on December 7 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. There are still excellent seating options available for each performance. Tickets, which are $25 for adults and $18 for children high school and under, can be purchased at the CSI Fine Arts Box Office from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays, online at, or by calling 732-6288.

Camille Barigar
Community Enrichment Director  | 208.732.6288

DentalAssistingDental Assisting Silent Auction

Click here for instructions and to view the gift baskets!
Tonja Bowcut
Program Director - Dental Assisting | 208.732.6708

WeekendCollegePlusWeekend College Plus to Host an Open House Event
The College of Southern Idaho will be hosting an Open House t o help introduce interested students to Weekend College Plus. The Open House will be held from 6 - 7:30 p.m. on Monday, December 9, 2019, in the Learning and Tutoring Commons in the Meyerhoeffer building. Program representatives will be available to provide information and answer questions about the program.
CSI recognizes that balancing work, family, and other responsibilities can be a barrier for students who wish to continue their education. Weekend College Plus is designed to allow students to earn an associate degree or certificate while taking classes during the evenings, online, and on weekends. Flexible face-to-face, online, and hybrid classes are geared to support working adults and students who may also have family responsibilities.  Can we message Returning Adults here?
Degrees offered through the Weekend College Plus program include an Associate of Arts or Applied Science in Liberal Arts, General Business, Education, Accounting/Bookkeeping, and Welding. Students may be able to earn credit for prior learning that will go towards their degree with enough experience in the appropriate areas. Financial aid and scholarship opportunities are also available for those who qualify.  
"This program offers an exciting opportunity for students of all backgrounds and skill levels to access a college education at a time that's convenient for them," said Kendal Nield, CSI Weekend College Plus Director. 
Classes for this program will begin Monday, January 13, 2020, and now is the time to start preparing. The Weekend College Plus team is excited to help individuals who may have started college and never finished, students who are looking to increase their skills and education, or those who just simply need a flexible schedule to work around other responsibilities.
Interested students should attend the Open House or visit for more information.
Kendal Nield
Weekend College Plus Director | 208.732.6876

DinnerRaffle11th Annual "Dinner for Two" Raffle


11th Annual "Dinners for Two" Raffle

Purchase your non-refundable ticket(s) for just $2 each (or six for $10) from any Surgical Tech student or the advisor in HSHS 135. If your ticket is drawn you will win ALL of the following:

1. 9 Beans and a Burrito (Two free meals and drinks)
2. The Cove (Two free dinners)
3. La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant ($20 Gift Certificate)
4. Chick-fil-A (Two chicken sandwich meals)
5. Blaze Pizza (Two free pizzas)
6. McAlister's Deli (Two Entrees/Sides/Drinks and Desserts)
7. Garibaldis ($40 Gift Certificate)
8. Black Bear Restaurant ($25 Gift Certificate)
9. Olive Garden Italian Kitchen ($25 Gift Certificate)
10. Kneaders Bakery & Cafe ($20 Gift Certificate)

Proceeds from this raffle will go to the CSI Surgical Tech Club to help students travel to additional educational opportunities or to aid the students in service projects. 

The CSI Surgical Tech Club and Advisors reserve the right to add more dinners and/or coupons as the drawing progresses. The winner of this raffle will be notified by phone, and ONLY the winner will be notified.

Janet Milligan
Professor, Surgical | 208.732.6706

TraumaticBrainCSI Traumatic Brain Injury Group Schedule

Scott Lindquist
Student Disabilities Services Coordinator | 208.732.6268

BoxingSmoker43rd Annual CSI Cowboy & Cowgirl Boxing Smoker

Steve Birnie
Head Rodeo Coach | 208.732.6620

DanceClassesDance Classes Available at CSI this Spring
Ashley Sandau
Instructional Aide - Dance | 208.732.6353

PhotographyClassesPhotography Classes Available at CSI this Spring and Summer

Ben Lustig
Professor, Photography | 208.732.6756

EmergingLeadershipEmerging Leader Program through CSI Workforce Development
Whether you are a new manager or have been in a management role for years, the CSI Emerging Leader Program provides you with the expertise, tools and confidence needed to become a more impactful leader. Through a combination of lecture-based presentations, interactive activities and one-on-one coaching, you will develop your personal leadership style, learn methods to foster a high-performance culture and acquire tools that you can implement immediately in your workplace.

Your Leadership Legacy by Robert Galford and Regina Maruca will provide direction for the program, challenging you to think about and formulate your leadership legacy. In one-on-one sessions instructor, Michelle Shinn, will help you assess your current impact, elevate your work and achieve your leadership goals.

The Emerging Leader Program consists of six 4-hour sessions. All sessions will be held on Fridays from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m at CSI's Main Campus. Enrollment is capped at 12 participants.

March 6, 2020
March 20, 2020
April 3, 2020
April 17, 2020
May 1, 2020
May 15, 2020

The last day to register for the program is February 21, 2020. Click here to register now!

Amanda Worthington
Marketing Operations Coordinator | 208.732.6397

isboeMeeting Regional Workforce Needs through Higher Education

For Immediate Release                                                                    
December 2, 2019
Contact: Mike Keckler
208-332-1591 (office)
208-866-5734 (cell)
Meeting Regional Workforce Needs through Higher Education

By Debbie Critchfield, President, Idaho State Board of Education

Pullman, Washington based Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) creates products used to protect power grids throughout the country and the world.  Serving customers worldwide can be challenging and skilled employees make it possible.  "Employers like SEL are looking for skilled tradespeople and that workforce need is growing," said Marisa Hemingway, an SEL Human Resources Director.

A few miles south at Lewis-Clark State College (LCSC) in Lewiston, a plan is in place to meet the demand for skilled workers at SEL and for other employers throughout the region.  "We have placed career technical and academic studies side-by-side, interfacing the curriculum and we believe we are responding to industry in ways that are meaningful," LCSC President Dr. Cynthia Pemberton said.

LCSC's new president calls it the "knitting together of hard and soft skills" and says it results from input received from technical advisory committees convened by the college specifically to hear what regional employers need.  "They are interested in students who have technical skills directly related to jobs they need to have done.  They also need individuals with soft-skills who can reason and work as part of a team and have more complex abilities to solve problems," Pemberton said.

In some cases, students earning an associate degree may decide to continue working toward a more advanced degree.  "We try to prepare them for the first job and then for what would come next as well," LCSC Provost Dr. Lori Stinson said.  "Take for example our Associate of Science in Engineering.  It is specifically designed for two years here at LCSC and we have an agreement in place with the University of Idaho for students to transfer there for any range of engineering degrees."

Faculty are also partnering with industry in and around the Lewiston-Clarkston valley -  establishing internships and apprenticeships to, as Dr. Stinson put it  "polish-off the student" to gain specific career skills. 

SEL's Marisa Hemingway says it is a great way to help LCSC graduates develop a variety of career competencies. "Who better to teach career skills than the companies offering the careers," she said.  "This partnership enables academic institutions to focus on teaching fundamentals - math, physics, etc."

Similar partnerships with industry are occurring at colleges and universities throughout our state and have the full backing of the State Board of Education and Governor Brad Little's Workforce Development Council.

"Connecting education to careers is critical to the economic competitiveness of the state. Employers have to shine a spotlight on the skills that our future workforce needs. If we don't provide that leadership, we can't expect education to meet our needs," Chairman Trent Clark of the Workforce Development Council said.

Dr. Pemberton says the recent pledge of cooperation between all eight college and university presidents is strengthening partnerships and filling voids that might otherwise be problematic. "If an individual school doesn't have all the pieces for a particular program, we find a way to work together to make those pieces come together." she said.  "These are examples of how higher education in Idaho is working together to deliver real, tangible education pathways that blend experience to meet industry needs."

MesmericaJames Hood's Mesmerica at the Faulkner Planetarium

James Hood's MESMERICA is a groundbreaking immersive audio-visual experience, exhibiting in planetariums and dome venues across the US and Canada. Combining James' music with carefully curated 3D animations from artists around the world, the show is an enormous hit with both audiences and planetarium operators alike, breaking all existing records for full-dome/planetarium music shows.
More about the show:
More about James:

Click here to purchase tickets for the show at the CSI Faulkner! 

Rick Greenawald
Planetarium Manager  | 208.732.6659

HerrettGiftSaleHerrett Center Gift Shop Holiday Sale

Carolyn Browning
Herrett Center Coordinator | 208.732.6656

BookArtsBook Arts Exhibit in the Herrett Center Gallery

Angela Batchelor
Assistant Professor, Art | 208.732.6754

HealthyCookingHealthy, Delicious Holidays! Free, Hands-On Cooking Demonstrations

ChobaniChobani Yogurt Giveaway

Shelley Pursell

PEOLocal P.E.O. Holds Book Fair at Barnes and Noble
One of the local P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) Chapters is holding a Book Fair at the local Barnes and Noble on Saturday, December 7. You can get great gifts at no extra cost to you and help women achieve their educational goals. Just let the clerk know you want to help support PEO and the store will donate funds to the organization.

Betty Slifer
Former CSI Faculty

WomensSuffrageSave the Date for the CSI Social Sciences & Humanities Symposium

The CSI Social Sciences & Humanities Symposium will explore the history and implications of the 19th Amendment and the Women's Suffrage Movement on March 12 and 13, 2020. Day one will examine the full context of the amendment. Day two will consider the implications and impact in contemporary America.

For teachers and students alike the cost of $65 will cover registration and food. To register visit MyCSI and choose either HUMA 199 or SOCY 199A C01, for continuing professional development or for the student who needs an additional transcript credit. A community registraiton portal will be open soon. Scholarships are available to cover the cost of the credit.

For more information, please contact one of the people listed below. We appreciate your support!

Samra Culum
Perri Gardner
Kerry Koontz
Kim Madsen Dill
Denyee Matthews
Matt Reynolds
Russ Tremayne
Justin Vipperman

BracesRUsCSI Employee and Student Discount at Braces R Us

Braces R Us Orthodontics
1431 N. Fillmore St. Ste. 100 | 208.737.0006

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