Higher education; Instructor; Research; University advancement; Development of interdisciplinary research and funding alignments
Mountain biking; Downhill skiing; Running
Graduate Studies Program in Education Administration, University of Idaho; Bachelor of Arts in Music Conducting and English, University of Dayton, Cum Laude
Golden Key Honor Society; Rotary International; Conductor, Pullman Community Civic Symphonic Band (20 Seasons)
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What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her passion, colleagues, family and husband.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession because she has two professional passions, advancement in the arts and interdisciplinary university initiatives. She is a clinician and adjudicator at local, state and national levels, and is published with the Leblanc Bell Quarterly Educator's Viewpoint and Conn-Selmer Keynotes for character, education, inspiration and performance. Higher education has always been her passion, and she has a desire to make a difference and be part of a global and innovative vision.
Extended Bio Profile:
Ms. Jarvis-Grimes has done public speaking.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Doing advancement work that is specific to major research funding alignments with an emphasis on their students' first mission, multidisciplinary, sustainability and the university's Stephens Performing Arts Center initiatives; Collaborating with leading foundations, private industries and individual donors to provide major funding support for core university research areas; Working on grant proposals, and various alignments within the university
Published Work, Leblanc Bell Quarterly Educator's Viewpoint; Published Work, Conn-Selmer Keynotes; Guest Conductor, Royal Hawaiian Band; Pullman, Washington Chamber of Commerce Civic Improvement Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Improvement of Community and Citizen Relations
Where Will You Be In 5 Years:
In five years, Ms. Jarvis-Grimes plans to continue in her career and grow within higher education with Idaho State University; she will continue to be part of their innovation and global vision.