There are several active clubs and organizations associated with Idaho State University College of Education.
Business Professionals of America is the leading CTSO (Career Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills.
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Dr. Brenda Jacobsen, Chapter Advisor: email@example.com
ISU Triathlon Club
The ISU Triathlon Club was formed in 2010 after a group of enthusiastic local triathletes got together with the desire to start a university club where people of all athletic abilities could find camaraderie and people with whom they could run, bike and swim. The mission of the ISU Triathlon Club is to promote the educational pursuit of triathlon, general physical fitness, and the representation of the sport of triathlon within the university community and to represent Idaho State University at various collegiate and community competitions.
The ISU Triathlon Club is comprised of a diverse group of individuals from a variety of undergraduate and graduate majors (and faculty/staff members). The club is open to all those interested in the ISU community. Our members range from beginners to seasoned veterans. We also welcome decathletes and other multi-sporters.
The ISU Triathlon Club sponsors group training sessions and clinics throughout the academic year. The Club is also active in the organization of the Pocatello Kids Triathlon, held every September at ISU and the Bengal Triathlon, held every April at ISU. Many club members also participate in the Triathlon Training class, sponsored by the Department of Sport Science and Physical Education (PEAC).
The ISU Triathlon Club is registered with USA Triathlon and affiliated with the Mountain Collegiate Triathlon Conference. The club is committed to strengthening and advancing the sport of triathlon at ISU and in the surrounding community. Annual membership fees apply.
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Kappa Delta Pi promotes and recognizes excellence in education by promoting the society’s ideals of fidelity to humanity, science, service, and toil through the lives of its members. Omega Mu Chapter at Idaho State University is active in professional development, service, social, and cultural events. Belonging to this professional community promotes lifelong learning and excellence.
Amy Slack, President, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Morgan Hammon, Vice President, E-mail: email@example.com
Karen Vickers, Secretary, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Apgood, Treasurer, E-mail: email@example.com
Jennifer Ferguson, Foundation Officer, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacy Moffitt, Historian, E-mail: email@example.com
National Website: http://www.kdp.org
Phi Upsilon Omicron is a national honor society in Family and Consumer Sciences. It's purposes are to:
- Recognize and encourage academic excellence,
- Develop qualities of professional and personal leadership,
- Encourage professional and personal commitment to the area of Family and Consumer Sciences
Founded in 1910 at the University of Minnesota, there are currently 59 different Phi U chapters in the United States and one international chapter. Idaho State University's chapter is Beta Rho. Students from Family and Consumer Sciences and related fields (Dietetics) are eligible with a 3.0 GPA or higher and junior class standing or higher. Meetings are held routinely during the academic year. The two major events for the group are the Service Project (typically done in the fall) and the Professional Project (typically done in the spring). Social events and fund raising are also a part of club functions.
Additional benefits to Phi U membership beyond the purposes stated above are: numerous national scholarships, awards, fellowships and one local scholarship.
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Laura McKnight, Faculty Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 282-2961
The Students of Health Education, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (SHEPERDs)
The Students of Health Education, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (SHEPERDs) Club is a student run organization that seeks to provide a variety of educational and professional development experiences such as:
- Attending workshops, conferences, conventions, seminars
- Taking educational field trips
- Providing community services that support/enhance health education, physical education, recreation, and dance
- Supporting events in the areas of health, physical education, recreation, and dance
- Serving as ambassadors for Idaho State University and the state, district, and national professional organization of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.