Idaho State University College of Arts and Letters Gala raises more than $48,000 for student scholarships
The Idaho State University College of Arts and Letters raised more than $48,000 for student scholarships at the second annual New Year’s Eve Gala, and nearly doubled attendance from last year’s event.
The Gala was held at the Stephens Performing Arts Center and used most of the buildings unique space. Idaho State University students provided entertainment throughout the evening, and all $48,000 raised will be used for student scholarships in the fine arts and humanities. (more…)
By Emily Frandsen and Aaron Kirkham, ‘15
To say that freshman Austin Richards’ parents are proud of the work he is doing at Idaho State University is an understatement.
“I get a text from my parents every day telling me how proud they are,” Richards, a first-generation college student and nuclear engineering major said.
Richards knew he wanted a career in the sciences after an engineer from the Idaho National Laboratory spoke to his middle school class, but it was a visit from an Idaho State University TRiO Upward Bound Math Science advisor that sealed the deal. (more…)
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in Pocatello has a new director. Ann Swanson is the new leader of the Region V SBDC in the Idaho State University College of Business.
Region V covers Bannock, Power, Bingham, Oneida, Franklin, Caribou and Bear Lake counties and is part of a state-wide SBDC network. (more…)
The Idaho State University Nepalese Night will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21, in the Pond Student Union Ballroom.
The ninth annual celebration aims to provide insight into Nepalese culture. Attendees can expect to see dance and musical performances as well as different traditions representing each region of the country and traditional food. (more…)
Idaho State University has named Scott Scholes as the associate vice president of enrollment management, effective April 1. Formerly the dean of students at the College of Southern Idaho (CSI), Scholes will be responsible for leading the University’s undergraduate enrollment management units and strategies. (more…)
The Eli M. Oboler Library at Idaho State University is pleased to announce a new exhibit of paintings by Louis Pirro, named “Patterns in the Void.” The art will be displayed from February 1 through April 30, 2015, in the art exhibit area on the 1st floor.
Over the last 33 years Lou has worked as a muralist, art director, illustrator, educator, and fine artist, showing in galleries in the Northeast and Intermountain West. Of his recent series, “Patterns in the Void,” he had this to say: (more…)
Idaho State University-Meridian assistant nursing professor Susan Tavernier is the 2015 recipient of the Oncology Nursing Society State-of-the-Science Lectureship Award.
Tavernier, Ph.D., RN, will accept the award during the opening ceremonies of the ONS Annual Congress April 23-26 in Orlando, Florida. (more…)
Idaho State University Sociology Professor DJ Williams helped launch the Journal of Positive Sexuality, the first journal of its kind, on Feb. 3.
The journal features articles, open to a variety of fields, that relate to positive sexuality. Positive sexuality helps people think about open communication and sexual diversity, according to Williams. (more…)
Neels Van der Schyf named new Idaho State University Vice President for Research, Dean of Graduate School
Cornelis J. (Neels) Van der Schyf, current dean of the Idaho State University Graduate School, has been named ISU Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School, pending approval from the Idaho State Board of Education. (more…)
Idaho State University Vice President for Research Howard Grimes to take position at INL and Center for Advanced Energy Studies
Idaho State University’s Howard Grimes, vice president for research and economic development, has accepted the position of director for innovation in industry partnerships for the Idaho National Laboratory’s Energy and Environmental Science and Technology Directorate (EEST) and the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) in Idaho Falls. (more…)