Officials at Idaho State University and Brigham Young University-Idaho announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will allow select undergraduate students at BYU-I to gain early admission into graduate programs at ISU. Initial programs include the Master of Arts in Historical Resources Management in the Department of History and the Master of Arts in Political Science. (read more...)
The Theatre Program was thrilled to welcome a performance by the Chicago City Limits National Touring Company on April 27, 2012. In addition to their evening performance, Chicago City Limits conducted workshops with students during the day. This event was made possible by an arts grant awarded by the F.M., Anne G., and Beverly B. Bistline Foundation. The grant was obtained by Tara Young, Director of Theatre, and Chad Gross, Theatre ISU Technical Director.( read more...)
Two alumni-Stephen Beckley and Jason Bohne-were honored at commencement ceremonies as recipients of the Professional Achievement Award in their division of the College. (read more...)
Two other faculty members have received outstanding faculty awards as finalists for the distinguished faculty awards. Alan Johnson, English and Philosophy, received an ISU Outstanding Researcher award and Robert Tokle, Economics, received an Outstanding Public Service award. (read more...)
Two students, KC Harding and Kelsey Petersen, were honored recently as the Outstanding Student in their division of the college. In addition, Misty Strain was honored as the Outstanding Graduate Student for the Masters Level. (read more...)
"Celebrating Idaho's Women," a Historical Ethnodrama created by Dr. Jamie Romine-Gabardi and Dr. Sherri Dienstfrey, was presented in March at three venues. (read more...)
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