Idaho State University HRTD applied research center selected as finalist for IdeaPaint makeover project
Posted November 29, 2011
The Idaho State University Human Resource Training and Development Student Applied Research Center has been named as one of 10 finalists in the IDEAPAINT360 Makeover Contest.
The ISU program will receive a free room renovation from IdeaPaint if it is selected as one of two winners in the contest based on a popular vote. Voting ends Dec. 4.
"Finalists will be selected on the basis of how many online votes they receive from the public, so we’re soliciting our program supporters and supporters of ISU to vote for us to help us get this generous renovation," said Rita McNeil, associate professor of Human Resource Training and Development.
To cast a vote in support of the program, visit the website http://www.ideapaint.com/360Vote. Voters may vote once per day for each of the seven eligible days.
The ISU HRTD department is in the midst of developing a Student Applied Research Center that HRTD students will use to conduct research and share their findings in a collaborative and interactive environment. The new center is in need of renovation and the HRTD Student Research Team created a video entry for the national makeover contest.