The College is pleased to welcome many new faculty members for the new academic year. Among the new full-time faculty are three new department chairs, thirteen new tenure-track faculty, and eight visiting faculty or lecturers. (read more...)
When April Fritch was accepted into the ISU graduate program in psychology, she did not know where that decision would lead. (read more...)
John Dudgeon, assistant professor of anthropology, received a Collaborative National Science Foundation Archaeology grant to conduct original research in the transition to agriculture in the western Pacific islands of Fiji. (read more...)
Idaho State of Mind is a thirty-minute weekly public affairs television program produced by Idaho State University's Mass Communication students. The series examines current issues that impact people wherever they live, work, or go to school. (read more...)
The College of Arts & Letters has a calendar at the bottom of the main college webpage. On it you will find information about events going on within the college community such as art viewings and guest lecturers as well as concerts and theatre performances.
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