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DidYouKnowDid You Know...

Did you know that half of the students enrolled in lower-division courses in Idaho are enrolled at a community colleges?  

(Source: Fall 2019 PSR Snapshot of Headcount)

Chris Bragg
Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness | 208.732.6775

StateoftheCollegeCSI Spring State of the College 2020 Address
If you weren't able to make it to the CSI Spring State of the College Address you can watch it now: 

State of the College Spring 2020

LTCSpringScheduleLearning & Tutoring Commons Spring 2020 Schedule

Drop-in Peer Tutoring is located in the Learning & Tutoring Commons, Room 202 of the Meyerhoeffer Building. We offer Peer Tutoring to CSI students in a variety of academic subjects. Please refer to our web page,, for our Spring 2020 semester subject area tutoring schedule.

The Learning & Tutoring Commons is open:
* Sunday: 12 - 8 pm
* Monday: 8 am - 9 pm
* Tuesday: 8 am - 9 pm
* Wednesday: 8 am - 9 pm
* Thursday: 8 am - 8 pm
* Friday: 8 am - 8 pm
* Saturday: Closed

*Please note that peer tutors may not be available in all subject areas during all of these hours. Additionally, tutors are available for math tutoring in the Shields Building, Rm #207, from approximately 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with the exception of a lunch break from approximately 12 - 1 p.m. We are also able to provide students with a comfortable study space with plenty of study tables, dry erase boards, large computer monitors for group study and a computer lab. Students are welcome at any time during our hours of operation.

Molly Hamblen
Learning and Tutoring Commons Coordinator | 208.732.6685

WorkStudyPeerTutorWork Study Student Needed for Peer Tutoring

Jacqlyn King
Biology Instructor | 208.732.6825
ELCDonationsThe CSI Early Learning Center is in Need of Winter Clothing

The CSI Early Learning Center is accepting new and used donations for children ages 12 months to 5 years old. Items such as snow boots, hats, gloves, snow pants, and coats are needed to help keep the children warm and dry while they play outside. Donations can be given to Tracey Meyhoeffer (Hepworth building) or they can be dropped off with Patty McFarling at the Early Learning Center (on Frontier Road) throughout winter. Thank you for considering this group as you come upon items that could be donated this holiday season.

Patty McFarling
Early Learning Center Coordinator | 208.732.6645
CSICalendarsIt's Time to Order Your 2020 CSI Calendars

Erin Giesler
Graphic Design Specialist | 208.732.6320

BadBoysMovieNightProgram Board Hosts Bad Boys For Life Movie Night for Students

PACECelebrationCSI PACE Employee of the Year Reception for Shawna Jacobson

Cesar Perez
Director & Hispanic Community Liaison
Jerome and Gooding Centers | 208.732.6465

ParentCollegeParent College - We're All in This Together

Additional learning sessions will be held on February 22, and March 14, 2020. 

César Pérez
Director & Hispanic Community Liaison
CSI Jerome and Gooding Centers | 208.732.6465

TransferFairCSI Transfer Fair

Kristin Becker
Bilingual Student Advisor | 208.732.6251

HomecomingCSI Homecoming will be February 3 - 8 

HandsOnCSI Wellbeing Program Sponsors Employees to Participate in the Empty Bowls Fundraiser at Hands On

" Empty Bowls" is an international project to fight hunger, personalized by artists and art organizations on a community level. The promotion and growth of the project is managed by The Imagine/RENDER Group, a 5013 organization. Each community's events are independent. 

Location: "Hands On" art studio at 147 Shoshone St N, Twin Falls

Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m - 7 p.m., Sundays noon to 5.
Cost: FREE to CSI employees and one guest each. Ask to be added to the CSI roster for this benefit.

Community Goal: 250 bowls by mid-February

  • If you have a large group, you might call 208-736-4475 to let Hands On know.
  • Your food and beverage are welcome.
  • The CSI roster is at Hands On so they can invoice us for cost. Do not RSVP to Judy Heatwole at CSI.
This event is sponsored by the CSI Wellbeing Program.

Judy Heatwole, MTD  
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

WellBalancePyramidJanuary WELCOA Newsletter Well Balanced is Here!
By this time you should be able to find our campus wellbeing newsletter from WELCOA in your workplace. We share these copies in each work area and receive them monthly through the school year. Please ask your support staff if you can't find your current/past issues.

Set better financial goals is one of the articles this month. The author compares setting these goals like planning a vacation with all the steps in place and demands met for the trip. Find those steps outlined in the January issue and watch for news of another campus financial freedom class your CSI Employee Wellbeing Committee is planning for the coming year. Financial wellness is one of the pillars of a healthy, happy life!

What we can learn from the Blue Zones is another January article with healthy nutrition advise that you can also look forward to in our March "You aren't eating enough... fiber" class with CSI dietitian Sarah Renaldi. Take a look at this article and look for days/times and details about our class to be announced soon!

Judy Heatwole, MTD  
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

HealthMattersHealth Matters: Plan a Vacation for your Health
State of Idaho Wellness Program

More than half of Americans with paid time off are not using it. But taking time off from work can be good for your health. A vacation does not have to mean an expensive trip to an exotic location. A simple staycation can be just as effective at helping you relax and recharge.

Take time now to map out possible vacation days and weeks throughout the year on your calendar and adjust them as you get closer. It will give you something to look forward to and help your team plan for times when you may be away. Take time for yourself and your good health!

See the Health Matters Infographic>>>

Judy Heatwole, MTD  
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

JaneBryanQuinnsJane Bryan Quinn's Parting Retirement Advice
AARP, December 2019

Note: I love the AARP Bulletin because there is always at least one article that is beautifully researched and written, and with a message I need to hear. I have followed Jane Bryan Quinn for many years and believe her to be a very credible reporter. Here are some tips from her parting article in December as she ventures forth on her own retirement journey. Please refer to the entire article online.

Quinn: To all my dear friends at AARP: I'm doing it. I'm retiring. After all these years of reporting and writing about how to prepare for retirement, I'm trying it myself.

So much has changed in the world since the day I launched as a baby financial reporter in 1963. When it comes to what to do with our money, we have tons of options that didn't exist back then. So which should we choose? My advice? Choose almost none of those options. (Instead:) 
  • Simplify your financial life. Raise the automatic contributions to your savings plans.
  • Don't have a plan? Automate contributions to an individual retirement account (IRA).
  • Buy low-cost index funds that follow the broad stock and bond markets; they will likely outperform any managed fund you own (and, almost certainly, any bag of individual stocks you might select).
  • Right-size your life to live within your means.
  • Make a will.
  • Check that the beneficiary forms of your IRAs and 401(k)s list the correct people.
  • Then quit thinking about your money and get on with your life.
If you don't want to manage your money yourself, find someone who charges only fees (no commissions) and works for a firm where no one charges commissions. Keep it simple. Simple is the sophisticated way to save, invest and plan.

Judy Heatwole, MTD  
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

CarbonWeightLossJOIN 2020 Wellbeing Challenge: Carbon Weight Loss/Minimizing Program
Join the Challenge - REGISTER ONLINE! 

Download 101 Things to Reduce in Your Home  

JOIN 2020 Wellbeing Challenge: Carbon Weight Loss/Minimizing Program

Our invitation is still open to join the Wellbeing Program and Sustainability Council spring challenge to simplifying and minimizing your life at home and at work. We will use a wonderful tool from the website to Declutter Your Home to get started. We have so many great ideas and resources to share with you and your family! Registering for this challenge will give you access and help you on your journey. Please join today!

 This week, assess your home environment by answering a survey about conserving energy, saving water and reducing waste and pollution. Answer 46 easy questions and see the recommendations for improvements you can make. We know you will be surprised and feel better informed by this survey. Find it online at the Think Earth Environmental Education Foundation.

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator | 208.732.6269

DropInFitnessSpring Drop In Fitness Classes at the CSI Student Recreation Center

Christa Gessaman
Interim Director, Recreation & Outdoor Recreation Center | 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.

Rick Greenawald
Manager, Faulkner Planetarium | 208.732.6659
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CommunityEdUpcoming Community Education Classes 
Dates: Jan 22 - May 6
Days: Wednesdays
Time: 5 - 6 p.m.
Instructor: Shalimar Summers
Fee: $45
Location: CSI Mini-Cassia Center A22
Ages:  16+

Dates: Jan 28 - Feb 18
Days:  Tuesdays 
Time: 7 - 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Leroy Hayes and Deborah Silver
Fee: $90 for a couple
Location: Gym 304, Main Campus in Twin Falls

Dates: Jan 29, Feb 12, and Feb 26
Days: Wednesdays
Time: 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Instructor: John Paskett
Fee: $65 (includes ticket prices to all 3 shows)
Location: CSI Mini-Cassia Center B11
Note: You must register for this course by Jan. 27

Beginning Guitar
Dates: Jan 30 - Mar 5
Days: Thursdays
Times: 6 - 8 p.m. 
Instructor: Michael Frew
Fee: $120 
Location: Fine Arts 137, Main Campus in Twin Falls

Dates: Jan 30 - Apr 23
Days: Thursdays
Time: 6 - 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Jenn Crowdson
Fee: $220 
Location: Desert 105, Main Campus in Twin Falls

Dates: Jan 30 - Apr 30
Days: Thursdays
Time: 6 - 8 p.m.
Instructor: Christina Dowdy
Fee: $120 (+20 per bag of clay)
Location: Art Lab 113, Main Campus in Twin Falls

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

Camille Barigar 
Director of Community Enrichment | 208.732.6288

OsageAugust: Osage County

January 22-25  at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Theater

Winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best New Play, August: Osage County centers around the Weston family, brought together after their patriarch, world-class poet and alcoholic Beverly Weston, disappears. The matriarch, Violet, depressed and addicted to pain pills and "truth-telling," is joined by her three daughters and their problematic lovers, who harbor their own deep secrets, her sister Mattie Fae and her family, well-trained in the Weston family art of cruelty, and finally, the observer of the chaos, the young Cheyenne housekeeper Johnna, who was hired by Beverly just before his disappearance. Holed up in the large family estate in Osage County, Oklahoma, tensions heat up and boil over in the ruthless August heat. Bursting with humor, vivacity, and intelligence, August: Osage County is both dense and funny, vicious and compassionate, enormous and unstoppable. Warning: Coarse language, adult themes, sex & drug use references. 

Tickets are $15 and can be obtained by going to, at the CSI Box Office, or by calling 732-6288.

Camille Barigar
Director of Community Enrichment | 208.732.6288

AthleticsCSI Athletic Events This Week - GO EAGLES

CSI Team Date Time Opponent Location
Women's Basketball 1/23 5 p.m. Utah State University Eastern Price, UT
Men's Basketball 1/23 7 p.m. Utah State University Eastern Price, UT
Cross Country 1/24 TBA Ed Jacoby Invitational Nampa, ID
Women's Basketball 1/25 3 p.m. Snow College Ephraim, UT
Men's Basketball 1/25 5 p.m. Snow College Ephraim, UT

For more information about CSI Athletics visit

Karen Baumert
Sports Information Director | 208.732.6493

BoxingSmoker43rd Annual CSI Cowboy & Cowgirl Boxing Smoker

Steve Birnie
Head Rodeo Coach | 208.732.6620

SymphonicBandCSI Symphonic Band Seeks Players for Ensemble
The College of Southern Idaho Symphonic Band is looking for players! All members of the community who can play at least moderately difficult music, including high-school musicians, are invited to come join the ensemble. If you play a band instrument and have been looking for a reason to dust it off and tune it up, this is your opportunity. 

The band is directed by George K. Halsell and rehearses on Monday nights from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. The next rehearsal will be on January 27, 2020. The rehearsal will focus on music that will be performed on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.

There is no cost to join the ensemble. For more information, please contact Dr. Halsell at 732-6767 or at

Dr. George Halsell
CSI Music Professor | 208-732-6767

BearMassacreBear River Massacre Commemoration Caravan
January 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Theater

We have a 1-hour service at 11 a.m. on January 29. We even feed you after. A couple of short speakers and music and ceremony. It's beautiful. I would love to see you. It's at the DUP Monument on Highway 91. Just north of Preston.

Camille Barigar
Community Enrichment Director | 208.732.6288

PianoCelebrationCSI Piano Celebration Presents Kimberlee Dodds Dray and Peter Fanovic
January 31 at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium

West Coast violinist Kimberlee Dray meets Slovakian pianist Peter Fancovic in New York City to rehearse. The duo truly represents the fusion of East and West, characterizing their program spanning Prokofiev to Gershwin. While Peter earned his Master's of Music in Piano Performance from the Manhattan School of Music, Kimberlee studied under famed Soviet violinist Nina Beilina. The merging of cultures informs their collaboration, making this recital of Soviet and American repertoire a particularly rewarding adventure as evidence of the power of music to unite cultures and people. An active recitalist, Kimberlee has performed across the United States and Peter is a much sought after soloist and collaborator, having performed in venues such as Concertgebouw, with Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Cuba and many others.

General Admission Tickets: Adults - $10 / Seniors $8 / Students $6. Contact Sue Miller at for more information or tickets.

Sue Miller
Music Professor | 208.732.6255

MiniEaglesCampCSI Mini Eagles Cheer and Dance Camp
Dancers and Cheerleaders ages 5 to 14 will attend a 3-hour camp to learn dance, stunting, tumbling and cheer chants. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Main Gym and the camp will run until 11:45 a.m. Participants will then perform at half time during the CSI Women's Basketball game, which begins at 3 p.m. Campers will receive a t-shirt, two game general admission tickets, and instruction in cheer, tumbling, stunting, and dance.

Registration is due February 2, 2020 with no exceptions.  Spots are limited!
Mail your  registration form and a check to:

College of Southern Idaho
ATTN: Angela Pierce
PO BOX 1238
Twin Falls, ID 83303-1238

Date: February 08, 2020
Time: 8:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Location: CSI Main Gym
Cost: $50

Julie Wright-Leggett
CSI Dance Coach | 208.732.6472

TraumaticBrainCSI Traumatic Brain Injury Group Schedule

Scott Lindquist
Student Disabilities Services Coordinator | 208.732.6268

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

STEAMCampInRegistration is Now Open for the Annual Herrett Center for Arts and Science 2020 STEAM Camp-In
Registration is now open for the Herrett Center for Arts and Science 2020 STEAM Camp-In, which will be held on Friday, March 6. During this event, one hundred third, fourth, and fifth graders will experience a night of fun and learning STEAM-that's science, technology, engineering, art, and math. The camp-in includes a STEAM-based workshop, a presentation from Zoo Boise, a screening of a planetarium show, telescope viewing in the Centennial Observatory, a group scavenger hunt in the museum galleries, and a night of camping in among the museum gallery exhibits. Late night snacks and a light breakfast in the morning will be provided as well.

STEAM Camp-In registration forms can be found at the front desk of the Herrett Center or at Registration is $50 per camper and closes Saturday, February 22, 2020. It's first come, first served, so get your child's registration in soon!

For more information about this event contact Education Coordinator, Kindy Combe.

Kindy Combe
Herrett Center Education Coordinator | 208.732.6664

ISBOEFacts2019 Edition of "The Facts" Now Available on Board Website

For Immediate Release                                                                    
January 21, 2020
Contact: Mike Keckler
208-332-1591 (office)
208-866-5734 (cell)
The Idaho State Board of Education's 2019 edition of its public higher education booklet "The Facts" is now posted on the Board website.
The Facts can be viewed here:
The Facts includes high-level data about Idaho's public system including college and university budget and enrollment information, and high school graduation and "Go-on" rates.
The Facts also includes 2019 information about the Idaho Opportunity Scholarship, the Dual Credit program and Board initiatives designed to make it easier for high school graduates to attend college or a career technical program.
The Facts includes links to the Board's Data Dashboard where the public and policy makers can view additional information about higher education in Idaho.  They can also explore the State Department of Education's K-12 Report Card, with data about Idaho's public schools and districts from throughout the state.

WorkforceJanuaryCSI Workforce Development and Training January Schedule

Do you know someone who might be interested in a Workforce Development and Training Course at CSI? Courses coming up in January include:
  • Confined Space Competent Person
  • Confined Space Train the Trainer
  • Flagging & Basic Traffic Control
  • Scaffolding Competent Person
  • NFPA 70E Electrical Training
  • Intro to AC/DC Electrical
  • Forklift Operator
  • Forklift Train the Trainer
  • Intro to Welding - Stick/MIG
  • Preventive Controls for Human Food (PCQI)
  • 5S and Lean Manufacturing Continuous Improvement
  • Electrical Safety Arc Flash &  NFPA 70E
For more information about CSI Workforce Development and Training courses visit:

Alex Wolford
Training Coordinator | 208.732.6344

BloodDriveAmerican Red Cross Blood Drive

Blood Drive 
College of Southern Idaho 

CSI Health Sciences and Human Services Building (Lobby)
397 N College Road 
Twin Falls, ID 83301

Thursday, January 23, 2020
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Schedule your appointment online at
Sponsor code: CSIEagles

Streamline your donation experience and save up to 15 minutes by visiting to complete your pre-donation reading and health history questions on the day of your appointment.

Give Something that Means Something | | 1-800-Red Cross

Joshua Drube
Account Representative, American Red Cross | 208.501.4335

RefugeeStoriesRefugee Stories 

Refugees Share Their Stories
Since 1980 over 2,500 people have re-settled in the Magic Valley area through the CSI Refugee Program. This has been a successful program of providing a new start for many refugees who have become members of our community. Each of these people have interesting stories about their experiences of having to leave their countries and how they have grown to be members of our Magic Valley community.
The Magic Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, located at 160 9th Ave East, is hosting a Refugee Stories event on January 23rd from 6 to 8 pm. Representatives of the refugee community will share their journeys along with the courage it required, the sacrifices and adjustments they made to come to the United States for the safety of their families. It is an opportunity for the community to better understand the determination of refugees to be a part of the Magic Valley. This event is free and open to the public and is planned to be the first of several similar events. A reception will be held afterward.
Unitarian Universalism is a faith tradition that welcomes and stands up for the full rights of all people regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and religion.
For more information, contact Don Morishita at (208) 308-5180 or visit the MVUUF website at:

Don Morishita
Magic Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship | 208.308.5180

HumansoftheMagicValleyHumans of the Magic Valley 

The Twin Falls Public Library is happy to present our sixth Humans of the Magic Valley! Humans of the Magic Valley is a program where real people are available to be interviewed by you. Participants can ask difficult questions and get honest answers during one-on-one interviews. Join us from 5 - 9 p.m. on January 24, 2020, at the Yellow Brick Cafe to speak with an Amputee, a Wife of a Trans Man, a Magistrate Judge, an Adult Child of Addicts, an Intuitive Psychic, a Kidney Donor, a Kidney Transplant Recipient, a Nuclear Engineer, a Mama Dr agon, a Parent of a Child With William's Syndrome and more!  

CJ Rasmusson
Twin Falls Public Library

P10XP10X: Tools for Productive Performance
Master your productivity and time to move powerfully towards your goals. This course will empower students to learn the techniques needed to survive in today's workforce, where production is key and there is never enough time. Develop a productive mindset to stay motivated, cultivate strong self-discipline and use the power of habit to your advantage day after day. This course is guaranteed to change the way you work for the better.

P10X: Tools for Productive Performance (January 27th & Feb. 3rd, 4 - 7 p.m., $115 (10% discount for CSI employees- $103.50)
  • How to get MORE done in LESS time with tools to master productivity.
  • Confidence to place methods into action.
  • Basic techniques that make a huge change in behavior & outcomes.
  • A clear direction to move forward in your business and personal life.
Kathleen Gladstone
Workforce Training Coordinator | 208.732.6412

ComicsandCoffeeComics and Coffee at Twin Beans

CJ Rasmusson
Twin Falls Public Library

EmbraceGraceSingle and Pregnant? Get Support, Find Hope, and Experience Joy
Single and Pregnant?
Get Support. Find Hope. Experience Joy.
Group starts Jan. 31, at the Magic Vally Bible Church
204 Main Ave. N. Twin Falls
4:30 - 6 p.m.
Contact Mary 208-749-0423

Angela Batchelor
Assistant Professor, Art | 208.732.6754

BookArtsBook Arts Exhibit in the Herrett Center Gallery

Angela Batchelor
Assistant Professor, Art | 208.732.6754

WisdomofAgesWisdom of the Ages

Shelly Wright
Over 60 & Getting Fit & Active Aging Programs Director | 208.732.6483

PollWorkersTwin Falls County is Looking for People Interested in Working at the Polls for the 2020 Elections
Twin Falls County is looking for people interested in working at the polls for all elections in 2020. The election dates are March 10, May 19 and November 3. If you are a civic-minded individual and would like to commit a small portion of your time to preserving democracy, we invite your participation.


* Full day shift from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
* Mandatory training
* At least 16 years of age
* U.S. Citizen
* Transportation to and from polls

Poll workers must be able to read and write English, follow detailed instructions, lift 20 lbs., move about the polling place and maintain composure under stress.

County employees would have to get permission from their supervisor and use any accrued vacation or comp time. Pay is $10.00 - $10.50 per hour plus mileage to the training and to the polling place. If you or anyone you know would be interested in becoming a poll worker, please contact DeAnne Cates at 208-736-4101 or

Valerie Varadi
Twin Falls County Elections Director | 208.736.4072

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

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

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