When his hamstring snapped in the middle of the Olympics, Derek Redmond was remembered throughout Olympic history for this heartfelt story. Now, Mark Willis retells this story to show IDS students how important it is to attach your personal story to the resume you give potential employers.
IDS News & Notes
Terra Hyde, an Interdisciplinary Studies student, recounts her experience creating and accomplishing her IDS Capstone Project. Her chosen project is to publish a biligual children's book in English and Mandarin that teaches children about how plants and animals have advance science and medicine.
An IDS Forum with guest speaker, Jacob Burdis, discussing how interdisciplinary students can learn to tell the story of their IDS degree and acurately represent themselves employers, clients, and the world.
Pursuing Your Career with Passion and Purpose
The Job market can be extremely competitive. That's why it's extremely important to put yourself above the competition by preparing yourelf with an interdisciplinary background.
The new IDS Majors Course is a canvas course available to all IDS Majors. This course provides information about the IDS Degree, required courses, newsroom articles, frequently asked questions, and much more. If you are an IDS Major, check your list of classes on Canvas today!
Interdisciplinary Studies students begin their degree by learning about the Four Core IDS Skills that they will be developing. With the help of BYU-Idaho’s Interdisciplinary Studies council, we will be taking an in-depth look at each of the four skills finishing off the series with the skill, ‘Facilitating Productive Collaboration”.
Despite already having plenty of business experience and a family to take up most of her time, Nicole Thurgood decides to go back to school at BYU-I to continue her education. Why? Because she believes strongly in the value of life-long learning and wants to continue enriching her life with education.