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ISU Impact of Master of Arts Spanish Program

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In this episode Cathleen Tarp, Associate Professor of Spanish, joins Kandi Turley-Ames to discuss the impact the new Master of Arts Spanish program makes on Idaho students and students across the country because of its accessibility as one of the only fully online programs in the country. The program celebrated its first graduates in December. They come from a variety of places and backgrounds, but have formed lasting bonds because of their shared passion for the Spanish language and their connection as Bengals. In the later half of the episode Catie Anderson, one of the inaugural cohort of Master of Arts Spanish graduates, shares how the program worked with her schedule as a teacher and mother, and it allowed her to have more professional opportunities.

Kandi Turley-Ames began her journey at Idaho State University by graduating from ISU with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 1990 and a Master of Science in Psychology in 1993. She completed her Ph.D. in Psychology at Washington State University in 1996. She is a graduate of the Higher Education Resource Service for women in higher education administration. Her academic area of expertise includes memory and cognition. She has published numerous papers with colleagues and students on how strategies impact memory and higher cognitive abilities.