Better engaging students and improving testing integrity are two of the main goals being pursued using computer tablets at the Idaho State University College of Arts & Letters. (read more...)
On October 4th, Bobbi Wilhelm (BS Economics, 2002) receives the prestigious ISU Young Alumni Award, which was established to recognize and honor alumni from the past decade for the exceptional achievements in their career, public service, and/or volunteerism. (read more...)
The name of the James E. Rogers Department of Mass Communication has been changed to reflect the recent combination of programs from Mass Communication and from Communication and Rhetorical Studies. (read more...)
The major combines courses from the College of Arts & Letters and the Division of Health Sciences to create a flexible, hybrid degree designed to increase graduate marketability in many areas and to better serve the health care needs of our state, region, and country. (read more...)
In December 2012, the International Programs Office expressed concerns about poor student performance by some international students in English composition courses. Consequently, the Department of English and Philosophy worked with the College of Arts & Letters and the Student Success Center to develop a "Proposal for Programming to Meet the English and Cultural Proficiency Needs of At-Risk International Students." (read more...)
The Idaho State Athletic Bands recently sponsored their 4th annual Marching Arts Academy (MAA) the week of July 15, 2013. (read more...)
At the bottom of our homepage is a useful calendar that will keep you up to date regarding events associated with the college.
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