Yellowstone Studies Center in West Yellowstone offers diverse opportunities for ISU faculty, students and staff
Yellowstone Studies Center offers learning center in West Yellowstone for ISU students, faculty of many different disciplines
The Yellowstone Studies Center is a source and center for better understanding the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. It offers an academic infrastructure for scientists, researchers, teachers, and students working in many different fields of study at Idaho State University and other institutions. (more…)
Idaho State University’s first-time undergraduates increased nearly 19 percent over last year, while total enrollment remained flat. Total headcount as of Fall 2014 census day was 13,804, compared to 13,845 at the same time last year.
The University continues to see growth in strategic areas such as the Early College program and first time undergraduate students. (more…)
The Idaho State University Central Academic Advising Office is continuing its “Be Advised” campaign and also recommending that students pick their major with the “Declare Your Major” campaign, before students register for classes in November.
Both campaigns are led by Central Academic Advising, a unit of the Student Success Center, and direct students to pursue the information they need to progress towards attaining their chosen degree program. (more…)
Idaho State University’s English and Philosophy Department will hold the Humanities Café “Cultural Revolution: Arts and Literature in Mid-Century America” on Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Portneuf Valley Brewery.
The presenters at the café will be Douglas Warnock, art professor, and Kathleen Lane, music professor and director of ISU Women’s Choir.
The event is free and open to the public. Hors d’oeuvres will be served at 5:30 p.m. and the program will start at 6 p.m. The Portneuf Valley Brewery is located at 615 S. First Ave.
Other Humanities Cafe events will include “Sexual Revolutions” in February and “Religious Revolutions” in March.
Author Nokes to Deliver Lecture “Massacred for Gold, the Chinese in Hells Canyon” Oct. 16 at ISU College of Education Auditorium
The Idaho Museum of Natural History is proud to host author R. Gregory Nokes’ book lecture “Massacred for Gold, the Chinese in Hells Canyon” at 7 p.m. Oct. 16 in the Idaho State University College of Education Auditorium Room 234. (more…)
Idaho State University’s physician assistant students contributed more than $8,000 this year to local and international community outreach—students raised approximately $4,650 in donations and the department kicked in $3,600 in matching funds, according to Paula Phelps, program director and chair of ISU’s Department of Physician Assistant Studies. (more…)
Idaho State University Professor Xu honored with Women in Life Sciences Award, receives Suffrage Science Heirloom
Idaho State University psychology professor Xiaomeng (Mona) Xu was honored with a Women in Life Sciences Award by receiving a Suffrage Science Heirloom from the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre in the United Kingdom.
Xu was one of 11 recipients and the only one from an American institution. (more…)
American Nuclear Society Honors Idaho State’s Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar with Landis Public Communication and Education Award
The American Nuclear Society (ANS) has named Idaho State University’s Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar as the recipient of this year’s Landis Public Communication and Education Award, recognizing her dedication to nuclear education and public communication. (more…)
Short-term study abroad trips allow Idaho State University students, faculty and staff a chance to learn about different countries
The short-term study abroad program Idaho State University has grown from taking students on one trip a year, to three, in the three years that it has been a program. (more…)
Idaho State University Central Academic Advising will host the annual ISU Majors and Minors Fair, “A Major A’Faire,” on Wednesday, Oct. 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Pond Student Union. (more…)