A South African native and an All-American swimmer as an undergraduate, Idaho State University master’s student Clarissa Enslin chose ISU because of the quality of the geoscience program.
“When I heard that I had the opportunity to work with leading experts in my field of study, that was a driver for me,” said Enslin, who is pursuing a Master of Science Degree in geosciences with an emphasis in environmental geosciences. “Those experts are my advisors, Shannon Kobs Nawotniak and Sarah Godsey.” (more…)
The ninth annual Blake Stephens Foosball Tournament will be June 28 at 2 p.m. at Hooligans in Pocatello.
The event, which raises scholarship money for student veterans attending Idaho State University, honors local Army soldier Sgt. Blake Stephens who was killed in Iraq in 2007 by a roadside bomb. Stephens often played foosball at the local establishment. (more…)
The Idaho State University Alumni Association has created local alumni chapters in the Treasure and Magic Valleys, and are in the process of creating local chapters in Idaho Falls and Pocatello.
“Alumni chapters are being formed all throughout the state and region,” said ISU Alumni Director KC Felt. “They are led by some of ISU’s most dedicated and loyal alumni.” (more…)
‘Creating wealth is an illusion’: Idaho State University anthropology Professor Paul Trawick publishes paper in journal Current Anthropology
Creating wealth is an illusion; and economic activity is subject to the laws of thermodynamics: these are key points of an article written by Idaho State University anthropologist Paul Trawick and published this spring in Current Anthropology, a leading peer-review journal in the discipline.
“I am pleased that this article appeared in one of the top-ranked scientific journals, “ Trawick said. (more…)
Idaho State University welcomes Frank C. Stewart as new development officer for the College of Science and Engineering
POCATELLO – Frank C. Stewart has joined the Idaho State University development team as the senior development officer for the College of Science and Engineering.
Stewart comes to ISU after 13 years of fundraising at Utah State University. He has been involved in facilitating major gifts for scholarship endowments, endowed chair positions, three separate building projects, and the naming of the College of Education at Utah State University. (more…)
Idaho State University researchers in Meridian and Pocatello are recruiting infants, children and adults to participate in a study to develop new ways to assess middle-ear function. (more…)
Idaho State University’s Department of Physics will offer a free rocket workshop at Tydeman Park, Eighth Avenue, Pocatello, on June 27 and 28 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Materials will be provided to the first 100 teens 16 and younger each day to construct one water rocket apiece. ISU students will assist in rocket construction, and provide simple demonstrations of the physics involved in making a good rocket. (more…)
ISU Transportation Engineering Institutes for 7th and 8th graders set July 6-10 and July 13-17; Sign-up deadline is June 22
Idaho State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will host two one-week 2015 Summer Transportation Institute (STI) programs for the middle school participants July 6-10 or July 13-17.
Applications for the camp are due no later than Monday, June 22. Applications after this date will be considered if space is available. (more…)
MERIDIAN – Lorinda Smith is the new manager of the L.S. and Aline W. Skaggs Treasure Valley Anatomy and Physiology Laboratories which will open in August at Idaho State University-Meridian, 1311 E. Central Drive. (more…)
The Idaho State University Women’s Rodeo Team is ranked No. 1 heading into the College National Finals Rodeo June 14-20 in Casper, Wyoming.
Four of the five ISU Women’s Rodeo Team members competing at the College National Finals Rodeo this year finished first in four events during the 2014-15 Rocky Mountain Region’s 10-rodeo season. (more…)