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If you missed the First Friday Forum for October here is the link to watch it. 

Twin Falls County Residents: Did you know you can vote before election day? The Early Voting Office is located in the County West Building (the Old Hospital) and is open Monday thru Friday from 8 am-5 pm until November 4th. It's also not too late to register to vote. So get out and vote!

Sabrina Harrison
Early Voting Office

Colgate donations from the CSI Dental Hygiene Program were delivered to the Refugee center last week. Upon arrival the service patrons said "this was perfect timing." They had just received many refugees from Congo coming though Egypt and they were attending courses on acclamation. One of the courses taught by the center employees was Oral Health Care. They discussed, with the medical case director, dental and other needs. 

From the CSI Refugee Program...Thank you for your support!  The refugee service in our community is controversial but the individual needs of these great people need to be addressed. 

Thank you for supporting us in the refugee's needs. 

RoseAnna Holliday
Allied Health Department Chair
rholliday@csi.edu | 208-732-6737

The CSI Baseball team is working with the Festival of Giving this year to help raise money for local charities. They are selling tickets to the Festival of Giving Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. and Grapes & Garb Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.
Both events are at the Southern Idaho Landscape Center. The Gala of Giving is at 6 p.m. (the cost is $65 per person) and the Grapes & Garb is at 7 p.m. (the cost is $35 per person).

There will be a live and silent auctions at the Gala of Giving. Hors d'oeuvres will be served with a no-host bar.
Grapes & Garb will have wine tasting and an auction, Style Strut, Hors d'oeuvres and no-host bar.
For more information, go to www.MagicValleyFestivalOfGiving.com
To buy a ticket, email bwalker@csi.edu and he will have a student athlete deliver the ticket to you.
Thanks so much for your support!
Karen Baumert
Sports Information Director
kbaumert@csi.edu | 208-732-6493

Lidia Colidonio, a current College of Southern Idaho student and Ambassador, has created a new method of communication for our students. She was looking for an internship in communication and created a CSI student newsletter as a result. The newsletter, as Lidia has titled it, is known as The Eagle Informs. Lidia has done an excellent job working with students, staff, and administration to figure out exactly how often this newsletter should go out and what type of information it should include. Please help her continue to be successful with this newsletter by sending in information that you would like students to hear about. 

To submit information to The Eagle Informs e-mail it to studentnews@csi.edu. The newsletter goes out twice a month (every other Wednesday). The next issue will be sent out on November 2nd. If you are interested in receiving the student newsletter yourself, please e-mail Kimberlee LaPray and she'll add you to the mailing list.

And, if you get a chance, make sure to congratulate Lidia on a job well done! This is an excellent source of information compiled in one place that's easily accessible for students.

Kimberlee LaPray
Public Information Specialist
klapray@csi.edu | 208-732-6299

 PayItForwardHelp the CSI PACE Group Meet the October Pay It Forward 

The Safe House

Empowering Youth

Helping youth and families since 1996, the Safe House is a state licensed, local group home for at risk youth ages 11-17 in crisis.  The Safe House provides 24 hour supervision and care by trained Youth Advocates.  Our Youth Advocates provide many essential services for young people that help them to heal, learn and grow in a safe pro-social positive culture.  These services include; independent living skills, anger management, individual, family and peer counseling, prevention services, aftercare, positive youth development, trauma informed care, recreation activities, nutrition, hygiene education, education, referral to substance abuse education and treatment, employment, assessments, art, clothing, transportation, social skills, case managements, physical activities, community volunteering/service, decision making, empowerment, behavior management, medical and dental care, referrals to community programs and many other services.
Safe House will provide care for up to fourteen youth between the ages of 11 to 17 in a comfortable home-like setting.  We accommodate both male and female who are unable to be maintained in their own homes, foster homes or specialized foster homes for various reasons. These may include youth from child protection, runaways, homeless, couch surfing youth, juvenile justice youth and status offenders who are in need of shelter.   Safe House will not accept serious criminal offenders, felons, or known sex offenders.
The Safe House provides each young person with individualized care and a service plan that will identify the youth (and family) strengths to successfully ensure safety, permanency, well-being and self-sufficiency.
Here is an example of items they need.  A lot of donations tend to be items for female
hygiene.  Please don't forget about the boys!  Each resident is provided a welcome (small duffel) bag that includes items like...shampoo, conditioner, lotion, deodorant, hair brush, comb, toothbrush, toothpaste, body spray, chapstick, hair ties, bobby pins, body wash, face wash, socks, slippers, two-piece pj's, journals, pens, mechanical pencils, teen themed notebooks or magazines, a new pillow with pillow case, snacks like Pringles, gum, fruit snacks, protein bars, etc. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST take a moment to share an inspirational message handwritten on a note card.  You can donate a complete welcome bag or single items that can be used to place in bags.
Amy Barker, Shields-Sandra Bosteder, Hepworth-Lauri Logan, Desert-
Katrina Oksten, ATIC-Kindy Combe, Herrett Center-Naysa Shepherd, Evergreen
Rae Jean Larsen, HSHS-Rosette Alberdi or Ansina Durham, Meyerhoeffer-
Tina Standlee, Taylor/Student Union-Pat Weber, Taylor/Student Union-
Pam Luper, Taylor/Student Union - and John Bottinger, Physical Plant
Please join us for our October Pay it Forward  opportunity... the goal has been set for 350 items.
Shonna Parsons
Executive Administrative Assistant
sparsons@csi.edu | 208-732-6281

Dear Colleagues,
It is with tremendous pride that I write to update you all on the progress of our Idaho INBRE students, and to thank you for all you have done to facilitate their success.
Jan, Randy and I attended the 15 th Annual Idaho INBRE Research Conference last week in Moscow, Idaho and were joined by 6 of our own CSI students. Two students, Kali Burrows and Megan Combe, conducted research during the Spring semester as part of Jan & Randy's INBRE Scholars/SSRP program. Four additional students, Arianna Bartlett (Uof I Aquaculture Research Institute), Amanda Smith (TF County Pest Abatement District), Eisa Sobbi (UofI Extension) and Eric Higbee (USDA), participated as Idaho INBRE Industry Interns over the course of 10 weeks this summer.
I have copied some statistics from the INBRE Conference below which may help put CSI's record in perspective. I am especially happy, but not at all surprised, to announce that we had 2 winning posters in the group! 
  • Kali & Megan were awarded 2nd Place in the Scholars Category for their research on The Effects of Noise Pollution on Bird Abundance here at CSI.
  • Arianna was awarded 2nd Place in the Undergraduate Research, Faculty Choice Category for her research on gene regulation in rainbow trout at the University of Idaho Aquaculture Research Institute in Hagerman.
All 6 students presented their research during the student poster sessions at the INBRE Conference and all 6 students represented themselves, their mentors and CSI in the best possible way. I have attached photos of the students with their posters during the poster sessions. All of the posters, in addition to those from 2015, will be available for viewing on the second  floor of the Shields building. Stop by anytime and see for yourself what our students are capable of!!
Please join me in congratulating all of our 2016 CSI Idaho INBRE students for a job remarkably well done!

Dr. Randy Smith, Professor.  Eisa Sobbi, Intern at University of Idaho Extension.  Amanda Smith, Intern at Twin Falls County Pest Abatement District.  Dr. Amy Rice Doetsch, Professor & INBRE Program Manager.  Dr. Jan Simpkin, Professor. Arianna Bartlett, Intern at University of Idaho Aquaculture Research Institute.  Megan Combe, Scholar.  Eric Higbee, Intern at USDA.  Kali Burrows, Scholar.
Amy Doetsch
Biology Professor
aricedoetsch@csi.edu  | 208-732-6848


Michele McFarlane
mmcfarlane@csi.edu | 208-732-6304


Tamara Harmon
CSI Foundation Administrative Assistant 
tharmon@csi.edu | 208-732-6249


College of Southern Idaho Dental Hygiene students, presented research-based table clinics at the 53rd Idaho Dental Hygienist's annual session this past weekend in Boise, Idaho. Students presented the Table Clinics in teams of two to professional dental hygienists who were employed in clinical, community, and educational settings. Senior Dental Hygiene students, designed presentation boards and pamphlets for this venue and presented the current research supporting their topics which included: 

1st Picture - CSI students and faculty

2nd Picture - "We are the Front Line" (Oral Cancer Screenings) Shauna Wilson and Brittany Loder

3rd Picture - "The X-ray Wave of the Future" (Nomad) - Cody Strong and Mayra Bernabel

4th Picture - "The New Approach: Botox of TMD" - Lacie Wright and Caitlyn Henderson

5th Picture - "Relieve the Zing" (Hypersensitivity) - Lacy Kelley and Alisa Grover

6th Picture - "Prevention Goes Beyond Fluoride" - Allison Stock and Brooke Beltrame

IDHA conference was a successful year for the CSI students.  Shauna and Brittany won the table clinic presentation with Lacy and Alisa coming in second.  All were professional and excellent topics!!
The Department of Dental Hygiene is proud of all our students for the hard work and dedication that went into developing and presenting their topics at this level.

We had 4 scholarships awarded to the students by the IDHA foundation. 

Our state board and society supports our efforts and encourages the development of student membership. 

Cindy Harding
Director of Dental Hygiene
charding@csi.edu | 208-732-6722

The CSI Foundation is pleased to announce the fall round for Mini Grants and for Professional Development Grants. Up to $3,000 is available for each of these grants and projects are to be completed within a year of the award. The due date for these  grants is Tuesday, November 15, 2016 and proposals are to be submitted on the CSI Common Grant Application Form.

Mini Grants - to stimulate creative ideas and activities and their subsequent implementation that result in improved student learning and/or success.

Professional Development Grants - support travel to attend national c onferences for the purpose of institutional improvement.

Additional information available at:
Application Process: - Submit a hard copy of your application signed by your supervisor and Dean/AVP/VP and an electronic copy (in word format) via email attachment to dmckinstry@csi.edu

If you have further questions, please give us a call at X6244.

Debbie Wilson
CSI Foundation Executive Director
dwilson@csi.edu | 208-732-6245


Drop off bins are also located at the animal shelter. And, feel free to c ontact Jan Simpkin at 732-6840 or jsimpkin@csi.edu for more information.
Ask friends, family, neighbors, & co-workers to donate too!
Collected shoes are used to support micro-enterprise vendors. Micro-enterprises are small businesses in developing nations. They are typically operated by one person or family and friends, depending on size .

  • We must collect 2,500 pairs, which will yield $1000 for the shelter.
  • This is a fundraiser for the shelter (not for the Council). It also keeps shoes out of the landfill and provides shoes for people in developing countries who need them. We consider it a win-win-win.
Jan Simpkin
Professor, Biology
jsimpkin@csi.edu | 208-732-6840

CSI Events
If you're looking for an event this month chances are we have the information posted on our  Facebook page. And, don't forget that you can now subscribe to our events which means you'll get a notification when a CSI event is added to our page.

OCT 27
Thu 4:30 PM 5 friends are going
OCT 29
Sat 9 AM 8 friends are going
Thu 5 PM by College of Southern Idaho
144 Main Ave E, Twin Falls, ID 83301-6231, United States
Sat 9 AM by College of Southern Idaho

If you would like to see more of what's going on at CSI visit our  Facebook . Or, if you would like your CSI event listed on our Facebook page, please send your information to eNotes@csi.edu . Pictures, flyers, and most all documents will be accepted and used for the posting. 
Kimberlee LaPray
Public Information Specialist
klapray@csi.edu| 208-732-6299
PlanetariumScheduleEvents at the Herrett Center This Week

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
Public Event Schedule for October 2016
Tuesday, October 25th
7:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
Friday, October 28th 
7:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
8:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Sea Monsters.
Saturday, October 29th 
1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Creepy Crawly Day - Snakes, lizards, insects and more!
1:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Sea Monsters.
2:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Sea Monsters.
3:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Sea Monsters.
4:30 pm
Planetarium Show: Sea Monsters.
7:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Titans of the Ice Age.
8:00 pm
Planetarium Show: Rock On Demand.
Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure takes its final swim in the Faulkner Planetarium, Saturday, October 29th!

The Faulkner Planetarium announces a special afternoon for the final showings of Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure on Saturday, October 29th with special ticket pricing. Sea Monsters is the first IMAX large format film to have ever run in the planetarium after its upgrade to fulldome video projection systems three years ago. This extremely popular film has enthralled audiences, transporting them 82 million years into the past to the time when dinosaurs walked the Earth and huge marine reptiles swam in the seas. Audiences have watched the story of the life of a female Dolichorhyinchops, a "Dolly" for short, as she lives here life in a sea filled with giant sharks and other even larger and more ferocious predators like the Tylosaurus, the bus-sized T-Rex of the ocean. Following the fossil record audiences learn what we know and understand of the oceans from this time period long before humans ever walked the Earth.

The Faulkner's performance license for this program is coming to an end and to wrap up this show with a bang the planetarium is offering four showings on the afternoon of the 29th with reduced ticket pricing for everyone. Sea Monsters will have its final four public showings at 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 and 4:30 PM with all tickets priced at half off of the regular ticket pricing. That's just $3 adults, $2.50 seniors (60+) and $2 students age 2 through 17. Regular ticket prices apply to all other planetarium shows on this day.

The Faulkner Planetarium is located in the Herrett Center for Arts and Science on the College of Southern Idaho campus in Twin Falls. The planetarium is the largest and most technologically advanced theater of this type in the state. Movies and shows come to life on its 50-foot dome thanks to the Evans and Sutherland Digistar 5 fulldome video system. Regular admission prices to planetarium shows are $6.00 adults, $5.00 seniors, $4.00 student, including CSI students with a valid student ID; children under age 2 are admitted free.

For more information, visit the Herrett Center's web page at http://herrett.csi.edu or call (208) 732-6655.

Rick Greenawald
Manager, Faulkner Planetarium
rgreenawald@csi.edu | 208-732-6659

Brown Bag Events This Week
Wednesday, 12-12:50 pm. Desert Cafe. Host: Tiffany Seeley-Case. 

Thursday, 1-1:50 pm. Hepworth 176. 
Host: Evin Fox/Jan Carpenter. Feel free to b ring your lunch.

Friday, 8-9:00 am.  TAB 210 (TLC).
Host: Shane Brown. 
Topic: Preparing our students for "the world," & "teaching" Soft Skills.
We look forward to seeing you there.
~Evin, Jan, Janea, Shane, and Tiffany
  The Brown Bag Committee

Assess Student Learning
Mark your calendars. Every 2nd, 3rd, or 4th Tuesday let's meet to assess student learning. Each month has a theme.
Show up once a month or more if your schedule permits. We'll take one of your actual fall 2016 outcomes and design an assessment to collect student learning data. We'll implement a technique to analyze and summarize the data. And we'll use your findings to make a plan to modify an instructional practice.
  • October - Analyzing and summarizing your assessment data (Oct. 18th, and 25th)
  • November - Using assessment data to modify an instructional practice (Nov. 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th)
Every 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday from 1:00 - 1:50 p.m., Meyerhoeffer 125
If you're interested, let me know.
Janea Triplett-Newell
Instructional Design
jnewell@csi.edu | 208-732-6324

Abriendo Caminos - For Juniors and Seniors in High School

Thriller CSI Dance Students Present "Thriller"

College of Southern Idaho dance students will present their annual stage production of Thriller at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27 in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium.

Instructor Julie Wright-Leggett says the students have been studying dance legend Bob Fosse, said to be the inspiration for Michael Jackson's choreography of his milestone Thriller video. The students have also made their own zombie outfits.

Wright-Leggett says the show will begin with CSI's other dance students as they perform jazz and contemporary routines. Thriller will be followed with Halloween candy for all the kids at the show as well as a chance to take pictures with the performers. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free of charge, but donations for Gilbert's Pantry will be welcomed!

Julie Wright-Leggett
Instructor, Fine Arts
jwright@csi.edu | 208-732-6472

Dead Dia De Los Muertos - CSI Day of the Dead

Korbin Ludwig
Diversity Council Student President

StageDoorStage Door Series Presents "Piano Passport: A Musical Journey"
The CSI Stage Door Series will present "Piano Passport: A Musical Journey" on October 28.  The performance will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. 

Ready to travel the world without leaving the Fine Arts Auditorium? Join the Brava Piano Duo - pianists Sue Miller and Allison Bangerter - in a musical journey without having to get your passport renewed. Liszt's energetic Hungarian Rhapsody #2 and Chopin's Polish Rondo for Two Pianos will send you soaring through Europe in a flurry of popular virtuosity, while the Yellow River Piano Concerto will lead you on less familiar paths through Asia. Next--a trip to Bali.  Known as "Paradise on Earth"--traveling to Indonesia might normally take extensive planning, but you can travel there in a heartbeat with Ceremonial Balinese Music by Colin McPhee. CSI's Drama Department will add exotic flair by presenting a traditional shadow play in connection with the music.  Returning home, the Brava Piano Duo is pleased to present an original arrangement of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue filled with familiar jazz sounds.  If you love to travel and you love music, you won't want to miss this concert! 

Tickets are $10 for adults or $5 for CSI or high school and under students and are available at the CSI Box Office, by calling 732-6288, at the door, or by going online to http://tickets.csi.edu. Seating is limited to 100 people.

The CSI Stage Door Series, intimate arts experiences where both performers and audience members are on the stage itself, are designed to be thought-provoking and a little out of the ordinary in different ways - whether it's because of the intimate setting, the material performed,  the way they are presented, or the collaborations involved. 

For more information, contact the CSI Fine Arts Center at 732-6288.

Camille Barigar
Fine Arts Center
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208-732-6288  

Pumpkin Carving Contest and Corn Maze Adventure
Who: All Faculty/Staff and their families are welcome.

What: Pumpkin Carving and Corn Maze Adventure

Where: Eagle's Nest (Taylor Bldg - just outside the Matrix)

Why: FREE Food and Prizes!  Prizes will be given for the most creative, ugliest, and best CSI spirited pumpkin! 

When: Friday, October 28, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.

How: If you'd like to attend e-mail Keith Quatraro and he'll get you a pumpkin to carve!

Cost: FREE

Note: We will walk over to the corn maze after the pumpkin carving contest. Bring warm clothes!

Keith Quatraro 
International Student Services Coordinator
kquatraro@csi.edu  | 208-732-6431

Special Nights This Week at the CSI Corn Maze

Friday, October 28: Costume Night  
Dress up, come to the maze and submit a photo to our Facebook page ( facebook.com/csicohorts)  for a chance to win a coveted cohorts sweatshirt, hat, Pizza Pie Café tickets, and a $25.00 gift card to Sportsman's Warehouse. There may even be some free candy that night.
Saturday, October 29:  Fright Night 
The maze will be haunted from 7-10 p.m., a dmission $5/person any age on this night. 

Chance Munns
Horticulture Instructor
cmunns@csi.edu | 208-732-6431

GreatPumpkinAnnual Great Pumpkin Race & Kids Carnival
The Great Pumpkin Race  is a hugely popular event with our employees, buddies and family members that is offered at a greatly reduced rate thanks to the Wellbeing Committee. You wouldn't know it's actually a CSI-sponsored (thank you, Jaime Tigue) community event for all the CSI FOLKS out there. So come and join the fun! Walk or run, bring a buddy and any and all family members and enjoy a fabulous chili lunch catered by the CSI Culinary Arts students (and their amazing instructors) afterwards. 
Here's how it works: Information flier

How to register as a CSI employee: Registration Form

Jaime Tigue
Health, Recreation, and Fitness Professor
jtigue@csi.edu | 208-732-6479  

Hello Everyone, and Happy Halloween!

As part of the PACE Training Committee it was brought up that we plan one fun activity each month, along with a training, and a pay it forward event.

I mentioned to the team that each year on Halloween night my family puts on a small haunted house,  out of our home completely free of charge, we do appreciate any donations. We hand out full size candy bars to anyone that  visits our home on Halloween night: trick-or treaters, co-workers, friends, family, and anyone who just happens to come by can get a fun little scare and a treat. If it is just adults going through we don't hold back on the scares, but if we see small kids we take it easy and just allow them to go through and see the decorations. It is very fun. The team thought it would be fun to inform you all of the event as part of a fun activity for this month. I hope that you all will come check out our home and have a little fun, bring your families, and let the scares begin.  

Jenn Zaccone MS, LPC, NCC
Student Counseling Services
jzaccone@csi.edu | 208-732-6684

HonorsLectureCSI Honors Program Presents Colin Randolph with Last Lecture 

Brian Dobbs
Social Science Department Chair
bdobbs@csi.edu | 208-732-6266

RAD Rad Tech Career Day and Rad Run 5K 
Students with the College of Southern Idaho's Radiologic Technology program - the Rad Tech Club - invite prospective students to come to their three-hour career day from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 4.

The event will be held in the Rad Tech lab at CSI's Health Science building on North College Road. Students and instructors conduct hands on presentations and answer questions about the program and the careers it leads to. For more information, please contact program advisor Dr. Gary Lauer at 732-6719 or Tamara Janak at 732-6716

Students in this program are also organizing their fourth annual Rad Run 5K fundraiser to be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5. The entry fee is $25 for all participants age 10 and older. Proceeds will help support the CSI Radiologic Technology Club.

Each participant will receive an event T-shirt and a raffle ticket for prizes. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased for $10 each. 

Advance registration may be done by contacting the CSI Rad Tech club at 208-431-3861 or the main office at the CSI Health Sciences building on North College Road. Registration the day of the event begins at 9:30 a.m. at the front of the CSI campus near the flagpoles. Raffle tickets will also be sold at registration. 

Gary Lauer
Associate Professor, Rad Tech
glauer@csi.edu | 208-732-6719

CSI Jerome Center is Hosting a Community Education Self Defense Class
Anna Dovenmuehler
CSI Jerome Center Coordinator
adovenmuehler@csi.edu | 208-732-6464

Food Processing & Automation Day for Juniors and Seniors in High School

High school students are invited to explore local food processing and automation careers during a one-day event at the College of Southern Idaho Wednesday, Nov. 9.

Students will begin registering at CSI's Applied Technology and Innovation Center at 9 a.m. and will take two interactive classes in CSI's new food processing and automation labs. Participants will also visit a local processing facility and then be served lunch. After a tour of CSI processing and manufacturing facilities, students will be able to go back to their schools at 1:45 p.m.

The event is free of charge and open to all high school students, but is open only to the first 150 students who pre-register online at http://agriculture.csi.edu/food-processing/food-processing-automation-day/registration.asp. For more information, please contact CSI Food Science/Quality Assurance instructor Janna Hamlett at 732-6376 or at jhamlett@csi.edu.

Janna Hamlett
Instructor, Food Science / Quality Assurance
jhamlett@csi.edu  | 208-732-6464

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269

If you are looking for something to do this summer take a look at these professional development opportunities for teachers: 
THIRTEENTH Annual Boise State Writing Project Open Invitational Summer Institute: 
Boise State University Writing Project Invitational Summer Institute and Fellowship Year But FOR THE SECOND time with a SCIENCE twist: 
Inquiry Institute:  Unit and Lesson Planning for Meeting and Exceeding the Idaho Core
Mathematical Inquiry Institute: 

Evin Fox
Early Childhood and Teacher Education Professor of Merit
efox@csi.edu | 208-732-6872

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