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B 50 Years Ago at CSI
In June of 1965...
The newly appointed CSI Board of Trustees indicates that a three member site survey team would make an intensive study of the geographical area for the purpose of making a recommendation to the Board on a campus site.

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TransportActive Transportation Week
RULES OF THE ROAD
Active Transportation Week at CSI
 
PEDESTRIANS always have the right of wayPedestrians and bicyclists, please be extra careful these fall mornings as low sunlight conditions can make it harder for motorists to see you.
BICYCLISTS have all the rights and the duties as a motorized driver except to note the following (and some of these WILL surprise you):
  1. No bicycle may be used to carry more than one person at a time unless so designed or equipped.
  2. Any adult rider may carry a child securely attached to his/her person in a backpack or sling OR in a child carrier attached to the bicycle. 
  3. Bicyclists shall always ride as close to the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway as practical except to turn or avoid road conditions or hazards or if they are on a one-way street, and then they may also ride along the left curb or edge in the same manner.
  4. Persons riding bicycles upon a highway shall not ride more than two abreast except on special paths or parts of highway set aside for the exclusive use of a bike.
  5. PAY ATTENTION HERE because a stop light means the same as a stop sign, and a stop sign means yield.  Seasoned bicyclists may know and follow these legal behaviors, so please be aware!  This is how it works:
    1. Bicyclists approaching a stop light shall stop before entering the intersection and yield to other traffic, after which they may proceed through the steady red light with caution.
    2. Bicyclists approaching a stop sign shall slow down or stop as required for safety and (after yielding the right-of-way to any vehicle in the intersection) may cautiously turn or proceed through without stopping.
    3. Bicycles are not prohibited from riding on CSI sidewalks and they are allowed to ride on any sidewalk that is at least 6 feet wide within the city, but must yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian and shall give an audible signal before overtaking and passing either a pedestrian or another biker.  Suggestions include: "BIKE," "Passing," "Behind you," or "Passing to your left."  (Please do always pass to the left just as you would in a motorized vehicle.)
    4. Bicycle racing is prohibited.
    5. Light emitting devices, attached either to the front of the bicycle or the rider, and rear bicycle reflectors must be visible from a distance of at least 500 feet from sunset to sunrise and other times when sufficient light for clear visibility does not exist.
    6. Always yield to road work and any highway construction or maintenance area.
MOTORISTS shall follow the 20 MPH speed limit (or less as is prudent) while yielding both to pedestrians and bicyclists at all times.
 
Finally, bicycle and motorcycle commuters and passengers are encouraged
to wear proper helmets at all times both on and off campus. Your safety is important to us!



Sarah Harris
Lab Manager, Biology
sharris@csi.edu | 208-732-6813

SkiAnnual Ski Swap
With much regret it has been announced that the annual CSI Ski Swap that's normally held around Thanksgiving time will not occur this year. The CSI Business Club, which took the event over from the CSI Ski Club several years ago, has had difficulties scheduling a venue large enough to support the event's traditional transactions. 

Dennis Heiner
Professor, Business
dheiner@csi.edu | 208-732-6411

Miles50 Miles in 50 Days
Only 2 More Weeks! 

We are nearing the end of the "50 Miles in 50 Days" challenge. Have you been documenting your miles on the  "50 Days for 50 Miles" project form?  Your distance will be added to that covered by your colleagues and will help us reach our daily goal! You are able to back track your miles if you haven't done so. 

If you're looking for different routes on campus that equal a mile we have a list of building maps on the CSI Wellness website. You can find them by clicking here.

Jaime Tiguejtigue@csi.edu | 208-732-6479  
Liz Knighteknight@csi.edu | 208-732-6258 

BrownBrown Bag
Topic this week:  "Professionalism: Ethics, Civility, and Integrity."
  • Wednesday at 12 pm, Hepworth 176, Tiffany-Seeley-Case
  • Thursday at 1 pm, Hepworth 176, Evin Fox.
  • Friday at 8 am, Taylor TLC, Shane Brown. 
*Note: Wednesday Brown Bags are held in the Desert CafĂ© on these dates:  
9/23, 9/30, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/18, and 12/2.
 
To receive text messages about Brown Bag events , text "@8d63b7" to 81010. You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying, "unsubscribe @8d63b7".
 
Click here to join the CSI Best Practices Facebook group. 
 
Click here to sign the Civility Pledge.
 
Evin Fox, Ph.D.
Professor
efox@csi.edu | 208-732-6872

EOYEmployee of the Year

2015 Pace Employee of the Year

Nominations for the 2015 PACE Employee of the Year Award will be accepted from October 1, 2015 through October 15, 2015.
         
This award was established in 2002 to recognize outstanding performance by classified and professional employees of the College of Southern Idaho. The individuals who receive it have exemplified exceptional levels of work performance and displayed high regard toward their fellow employees, their job responsibilities, and the College of Southern Idaho. One professional and one classified employee will be selected for this award.
         
This is your opportunity to recognize a fellow employee who has made a difference.  
    
Please note that as of October 1, you may read full details about the nomination procedures and make nominations at: http://pace.csi.edu/nomination_eoy.asp 

If you have any questions, please call Donanna McKinstry at 208-732-6244.
         
Nominations are Due by 10/15/15

LearningLearning Assistance

Please remind your students to use the Learning Assistance Center. They have upcoming workshops! 

 

 

Kat Powell

Learning Assistance Coordinator

kpowell@csi.edu | 208-732-6685

StrategicStrategic Plan Survey
The College of Southern Idaho is seeking your input as we develop a new strategic plan for the institution. Your answers to the questions in this survey will help guide the process of establishing strategic priorities at the college from 2016 through 2020 and beyond.
 
The survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete. Your participation is voluntary and your answers will be kept completely anonymous.* 
 
A compilation of survey results will be shared on the CSI website once the survey is complete.
 
The survey will remain open through Friday, October 9
 
You can access the survey at this link: 
 
A number of business and community groups have graciously agreed to help us distribute this survey. Because we are a small community and because many of you are involved in multiple groups, you may receive this invitation to participate more than one time.  If that is the case, please complete the survey one time and disregard additional invitations. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the College of Southern Idaho Office of Institutional Effectiveness at cbragg@csi.edu or 208-732-6775.  Thank you for your participation in this important project!
 
* The right to inspect and to receive a copy of public records at all reasonable times is absolute unless the record is exempt form disclosure by law. Survey results are public records. However, survey data is collected anonymously so comments cannot be attributed to any specific individual.
 
Chris Bragg
Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness
cbragg@csi.edu | 208-732-6775

ScholarshipChild Care Scholarship
CSI FOUNDATION CHILD CARE SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED

The College of Southern Idaho Foundation is offering scholarships to help pay for child care expenses for the Fall 2015 Semester.  The scholarships are offered to full and part time CSI students (6 credit minimum), with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater.  The maximum semester award will be up to $500 per child that attends CSI Child Care Center, CSI Early Childhood Education Preschool Lab or other state licensed child care center. 

Applications must be completed and turned in to the CSI Financial Aid Office, (Taylor Building - Matrix) before 5:00 p.m. on October 15, 2015.  If mailed, the application must be postmarked no later than October 15, 2015.

This is a great opportunity to get help with your child care expenses for the Spring Semester!!

Wanda Luna
Northview Apartments/Eagle View Apartments
wluna@csi.edu | 208-733-0740
FacebookFacebook 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. 

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If you'd 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

TheaterCSI Theater Department

CSI Theater Department presents
ACTING: THE FIRST SIX LESSONS

October 7-10 & 14-17, at 7:30 pm 
CSI Fine Arts Theater 

"Acting: The First Six Lessons", a dramatization by Beau Bridges and his daughter, Emily, is based on a classic text on the art and craft of the thespian. Written by Richard Boleslavsky, in 1933, the Boleslavsky handbook gained the understated admiration of the knights of the British Theatre, however; it also caught on among the budding method actors in America. After all, Boleslavsky's "Lessons" number only six-concentration, memory-of-emotions, dramatic action, characterization, observation, and rhythm-and take place as a series of dialogues between The Teacher and The Creature. The former is a guru in the orthodoxy of acting. The latter is a lovely and callow aspirant to the art form. Through their Socratic interchanges and theatrical incantations, we see the slow-moving headway being made by The Creature toward the artist she shall become. 

Tickets: $8/adults, $6/seniors or students and free for CSI students.


VolleyballCSI Volleyball 


Come support the CSI Lady Golden Eagles in their matches this week. Schedule below:
  • Friday, October 9, at 7:00 pm vs. USU Eastern
  • Saturday, October 10, at 1:00 pm vs. Colorado Northwestern CC
Note: CSI Employees get a $1 pass for themselves, their significant other, and all children ages 7 and up that are living at home. These passes are good for all CSI Athletic region games. Tournaments and rodeos are excluded.

SymphonyMagic Valley Symphony
Magic Valley Symphony Concert

October 11, at 4:00 pm 
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium

Musical Families 101: a potpourri program of concert pieces for orchestral instrument "families", short compositions about families, and featuring the premiere performance of Five Metric Dances by Dr. Randy Earles. 

Tickets: $10/adults, $8/seniors, and $6/students. Tickets available at Kurt's Pharmacy, CSI Box Office, Dunkley Music, Sav-Mor Drug, and at the door.

WriterWriter-in-Residence

CSI COMMUNITY EDUCATION TO PRESENT IDAHO WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE

The College of Southern Idaho Community Education Department is hosting Idaho writer, Diane Raptosh, the state's 2013-2015 Writer-in-Residence, on October 8, at 7 pm in the CSI Fine Arts Recital Hall. Sponsored by the Idaho Commission on the Arts, Raptosh will give a reading of her works and discuss her craft. The presentation is free and open to the public.
 
For more details about the presentation, visit  http://communityed.csi.edu or call (208)732-6442. CSI Community Education can also be found on Facebook at:  http://facebook.com/csicommunityed.      
 
Stacy Madsen , CPP, CCT
Director, Community Education
smadsen@csi.edu208-732-6290
ZombieZombie Fun Run
MARK YOUR CALENDAR-Help the CSI Dental Hygiene Program Raise Funds

Win a free raffle ticket for great prizes by completing the fun run with a flag intact! All are encouraged to dress up for this event (children's costumes will be judged). Raffle tickets can also be purchased for $1 per ticket or $10 for an arms length of tickets. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW

 

Rae Jean Larsen

Student Services Specialist

rlarsen@csi.edu | 208-732-6701

 

CancerBreast Cancer Screening

Breast Cancer Screening Reminder
Women are urged to get regular breast exams and mammograms! They should also make healthy lifestyle choices such as eating a healthy diet, getting regular physical activity, and reducing alcohol, if a woman drinks. These choices can help reduce their breast cancer risk. The American Cancer Society also encourages regular breast exams and mammograms to find breast cancer early, when it is most likely to be curable. A screening reminder, to remind you to get your breast exam and mammogram, is a free, easy way to help busy women remember to take care of themselves.
 
Get a breast cancer screening reminder.
   
Judy Heatwole, MTD
Employee Wellbeing Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu208-732-6269

WorkWorld of Work Cultures
What Work Cultures Around The World Can Teach Us About Leadership  
What do Ikea and Volvo have in common? Aside from both companies hailing from Sweden, they share the Scandinavian tradition of Janteloven, or the Law of Jante: a series of rules that, in essence, command self-effacement and humility. In much of Scandinavian society, including the business culture, it's anathema to be a loudmouth or big self-promoter. And some argue that this mindset is an engine of their business success.
An article in the International Business Times noted: "Perhaps unsurprisingly, global companies based in Sweden tend to be painted in 50 shades of Jante. For example, Ikea and H&M respectively offer simple furniture and clothing for 'the people' at cheap prices that remain in line with the ethos of attractive ordinariness. [Yet] both companies are huge capitalist success stories."
This may come as a surprise to those who work in the States, where being loud and making yourself known around the office is considered the norm. And it's not only in northern Europe where an introverted professional may feel at home.
 
Find the rest of this article by David Zweig on Huffingtonpost

Judy Heatwole
Employee Wellbeing Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208-732-6269

FluFlu Shots on Campus
Flu Shots & Coaches on Campus Tuesday
 
To: Current employees and adult family members (18 and over) covered by CSI SelectHealth insurance:
 
Please mark your calendar for Coaches on Campus and flu shots in October. You don't need an appointment but you DO NEED to bring your insurance ID card. You will be asked to sign in and confirm your ID number and the costs will be billed directly to SelectHealth for you. Because Occupational Health will administer the shots and they are licensed to service children under 18, we can only include adults covered by insurance.
 
We have already had a confirmed case of the flu in the Magic Valley, so get your shots and get them early!
 

TOMORROW: Oct 6, 8-10 am flu shots in SUB 248

TOMORROW: Oct 6, 11:30 am-1 pm Coaches on Campus in HSHS140
Oct 15, 2 - 4 p.m. flu shots in HEP 176

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Employee Wellbeing Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu 208-732-6269

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