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In the News

August 5, 2021
Devin Gaskins
Sean Blackwell
  • "Get Your Guns Out," an autobiographical account of a U.S. community corrections training academy, is the first solo publication for Sean Blackwell. Blackwell is an anthropology & sociology instructor who specializes in criminal justice after working in the field prior to coming to the College. (Sage Journals)
  • Rochelle Johnson, who serves as a professor in the English and the environmental studies departments, penned this first-hand essay that deals with wildlife extinctions. (The Revelator)
  • Here's more on James Gabbard, his family (including alumna daughter Katy, mentioned above), and their impact on the community of Caldwell. (Idaho Statesman)
  • Idaho Education News takes a look at how the College has bucked international enrollment trends and the campus community - especially the students who are traveling the globe to come to Caldwell - deserves credit and thanks. (Idaho Education News)
  • The College has a long and proud association with the Salmon River Clinic in Stanley, dating back to 1975. Zoe Young, who will be a senior this year, and Timmer Verhaegh, who will be a junior, interned at the clinic this summer. The Twin Falls Times News profiled the clinic, while the Idaho Statesman profiled Marie Osborn, who was the clinic's sole provider of medical care and emergency services for many years. Her son, Dr. John Osborn '79, was instrumental in establishing an internship for students of the College at the clinic. (Times-News, Idaho Statesman)
  • Heritage Scholar Patrick Mark, who will be a junior at the College this fall, was recently showcased by Blue Cross of Idaho, one of the Heritage Scholarship program supporters. (Blue Cross)
  • Incoming Heritage Scholar, Trinity Nixon, received scholarship support from First Tech Federal Credit Union to help her prepare for a career in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) industry. (Idaho Press)
Chevelle Shepherd
  • Chevelle Shepherd, a member of the women's volleyball team, was mentioned and commended for her academic efforts after earning a spot on the Dean's List this past spring. She was also a member of the school's basketball team last year, but is focusing on volleyball and academics this year. (Idaho County Free Press)