Calendar of Events
ISU Coming Events: September 27-October 19
The Idaho State University Office of Marketing and Communications distributes this event calendar to let the public and media know about upcoming non-athletic events at the University. This information is intended for release in print and broadcast events calendars. Various events calendars with more complete information are available online at the website www.isu.edu/calendar.
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Friday, September 27
• Idaho State Civic Symphony: (more…)
The Idaho State University Department of Art is seeking entries for the first annual veterans art exhibition, "Vigilance" to be held at the John B. Davis Gallery inside the Fine Arts building. (more…)
The Idaho Museum of Natural History will host "Muggle Magic," an exhibit based on real science from "Harry Potter" on Oct. 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (more…)
The Idaho State University Department of Art will present the sixth annual Graduate Art Student Presentations in the format of a gallery talk at 4 p.m. Sept. 19 in the John B. Davis Gallery located on the lower level of the ISU Fine Arts Building. (more…)
Idaho State University Informatics Research Institute to host presentation on WWII Enigma Machine Sept. 5
The Informatics Research Institute (IRI) will host a presentation with Tim Mucklow titled, "Securing War Time Communications – U.S. Successes Versus German Failures" that will focus on the encryption device, Enigma, on Sept. 5 at 1 p.m. in Room 104 of the Business Administration building at Idaho State University. (more…)
Welcome Back Orange and Black set 4-7 p.m. Aug. 26 for Idaho State University students in Old Town Poky
The Pocatello community is welcoming students, faculty and staff back to campus at the annual Welcome Back Orange and Black event Monday, Aug. 26, from 4 to 7 p.m. in Old Town Pocatello.
The community will welcome ISU students back to town with great food, entertainment, fun-filled games, giveaways, and terrific prize drawings in Old Town Pocatello. Free transportation between campus and the event will be available. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first exhibition this fall at the John B. Davis Gallery at Idaho State University is "PRODROMES" by Laura Ahola-Young.
The compARTment Gallery exhibition will be "TAKE" by Omar Sarabia. Opening receptions will be held Monday, Aug. 26, from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibition dates are from Aug. 27 through Sept. 13. (more…)
Idaho State University physics to present ‘Lazers, Lights, and Illusions’ demonstration Aug. 15 at Bannock Fairgrounds
The Idaho State University physics department will present a science demonstration titled "Lasers, Lights, and Illusions" Aug. 15 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the covered arena at the southeast corner of the North Bannock County Fairgrounds. (more…)
ISU Idaho Museum of Natural History to present ‘A Tradition of Service: Honoring Fort Hall Veterans’ exhibit starting Aug. 9
The Idaho State University Idaho Museum of Natural History has announced the opening of the new exhibit "A Tradition of Service: Honoring Fort Hall Veterans" on Aug. 9.
The exhibit features information on Native American service in the military, highlighting Fort Hall military service, from the Indian Wars to the conflicts of the present day. Information panels and military gear related to Indian scouts and 20th-century warfare are included in the exhibit. (more…)
Stories of American Indian code talkers revealed in Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition at Idaho State University running July 20-Sept. 29
"My language was my weapon."
—David Patterson (Navajo), 4th Div., U.S. Marine Corps.
POCATELLO – When the United States issued the call to arms in World Wars I and II, American Indians answered as warriors. Some men discovered that words—in their Native languages—would be their most valued weapons. These unsung American heroes share their stories of strength and courage in a Smithsonian traveling exhibition, which opens July 20 and runs through Sept. 29 at the Idaho State University Idaho Museum of Natural History. (more…)