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Fall 2010 Newsletter

 

Message from the Dean & Associate Dean

The Graduate School website has a NEW LOOK and LOTS of helpful information. Our new and improved website presents a beautiful panoramic slide show, interactive picture boxes through which student and faculty media clips and commentary are shared, an international student welcome depicting ISU’s global student presence and a welcome articulated in over 20 different languages. In addition to vastly improved visual appeal and person-to-person information interfaces, our website redesign strategically organizes and presents useful and important Idaho State University Graduate School and graduate education information. We’re absolutely confident current and future students, faculty and staff will find the site to be helpful and highly informative.

Dates & Deadlines

Apply to Graduate

Attention graduate students and advisors, please use the Graduate School webpage "Apply to Graduate" interface and not the Banner apply to graduate interface. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to make Banner work for us.

Graduate Faculty Information

Graduate Council

Graduate Faculty Nomination Forms

Non Graduate Faculty “Instructor Approval Request” Form

Graduate School FAQS

 

Graduate Assistant Teaching Experience
"GATE" Scholars Program

The purpose of the Graduate School’s Graduate Assistant Teaching Experience “GATE” Scholars Program is to provide Idaho State University graduate teaching assistants with a focused opportunity to explore and consider aspects and information associated with faculty preparation and a career in the academy. The GATE program was launched during the 2009-2010 academic year, with a class of 6 scholars representing graduate programs in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Historical Resource Management, Measurement and Control Engineering, Speech-Language Pathology, and Sociology. This Fall 2010, we are pleased to announce and congratulate three GATE scholars: Seth Clark, Michelle Winmill and Paul Judson Dodez.

Seth Clark, orginally from Grangeville, Idaho, earned a Bachelor of ISU LogoArts degree in English from Northwest Nazarene University. He is now pursuing a Master of Arts degree in English. Seth stated the following in relation to his GATE award and experience: “As a GATE Scholar, I have been preparing for a career in higher education. Along with participating in the GATE Seminar course, I am reading publications of the Council of Graduate Schools, observing and co-teaching an English composition course, taking English 6631: Seminar in the Teaching of Composition, and attending workshops for technological pedagogy and web-based tools. The GATE program has been a great educational and preparatory experience."

Michelle Winmill, originally from ISU LogoSouthampton, in the United Kingdom, received a Bachelor of Arts in History, and is now pursuing a Master of Arts in Historical Resource Management. In commenting on her GATE award and experience, Michelle said: “The GATE assistantship has provided me with an invaluable opportunity to not only pursue my own research, but to develop experience and knowledge in both teaching and the administration of an academic institution. This is important to me as I plan on pursuing a Ph.D. once I have completed my Master's Degree.”

ISU LogoPaul Judson Dodez, originally from Sweetwater, Tennessee,has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art in Painting, and is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Painting/Drawing. Of the GATE experience, Paul said: "This scholarship is an absolute honor. For me, it is taking a great experience of grad school at ISU and making it even better. I feel engaged in a more comprehensive experience of higher education.”

Creating a Community of Connection

Created by: Ms. Anna Siddoway

Student Support & Information

Graduate Student Employment: Students with a graduate assistantship or fellowship may be employed by the university for compensation in addition to the awarded stipend. However, this employment may only occur with permission of the Dean of the Graduate School, and usually must be limited to 10 hours per week. Requests for permission must be sent in writing by the department chair or graduate program director to the Dean of the Graduate School.

Graduate Student Association Fall 2010 Happenings!

Welcome to our 2010-2011 GSA Officers:

  • President: Ms. Amy Slack
  • Vice President: Ms. Carine De Sy
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Dr. Cheng-Hung Chen

GSA 2nd Friday Programming:

  • October 8: Faculty Research Initiatives “Show and Share”
  • Many thanks to Drs. Bond, Kriloff and Ames for their interesting, engaging and informative presentations!
  • November 12: Deans’ Panel Q&A.
  • December 10: Holiday Celebration!

All events are 4-5:30 pm in the Rendezvous Suites AB. Light refreshments are served…Yum!

 

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