Get Involved ISU Grad Bengals!
Join us Friday, December 1, at the ICCU Bengal Alumni Center from 7 - 9 p.m. for our next Late Nights with the Grad School Event, held on the first Friday of every month!
The Graduate School will be visiting the Idaho Falls ISU campus on November 28 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Come socialize with Grad School staff, learn more about our programs and resources, and take a delicious lunch to go!
Pick up your ISU Grad Swag Tag punch card! Attend three ISU graduate events each semester and be entered into a drawing to win some amazing prizes.
Meet Our Featured Grad Bengal:
Chelsea Lebo is a Ph.D. Nursing student studying online in Pennsylvania where she researches nursing simulation. She currently runs the nursing simulation lab at the College of New Jersey in Ewing, New Jersey facilitating simulations at the undergraduate and graduate levels. “Most of my research is in simulation development and prebriefing, particularly pre-brief practices,” a topic Lebo is interested in exploring through her dissertation.
Chelsea chose the Ph.D. nursing program at the Idaho State University Graduate School for the benefit of online flexibility because it “was important to me as I needed a program that allowed me to work and be a parent while in school.” Between Chelsea’s love of teaching at the College of New Jersey and nursing, she tries to find creative ways to engage her students as the next generation of nursing professionals. She loves to spend her free time “going out and about enjoying life” with her husband and three boys.
A lifelong learner and educator, Chelsea would like to continue growing as an educator and nurse post-graduation. “I want to contribute to simulation research and also help set the standard [for] simulation research,” she said. Through her doctoral training, research, and work as a nurse, Chelsea represents her hope “that simulation coordinators/directors should be doctorally prepared.”
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The Idaho State University Graduate School is hoping to collect 1,000 books by Oct. 31 for local elementary schools at its fourth annual K-4 book drive.