Idaho State University will collaborate with the Idaho National Laboratory to host the National Wireless Research Collaboration Symposium (NWRCS) in 2014. (more…)
Research from Idaho State University highlights the importance of a Doctor of Arts for future college educators
Research from Idaho State University was recently highlighted in an article in College Teaching which stated the importance of a Doctor of Arts versus a doctoral degree for future college educators. (more…)
Idaho State University will host World GIS Day on Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. inside the Rendezvous Complex in rooms A, B and C. (more…)
A new book published by Idaho State University Associate Professor Esther Ntuli will provide educators with a better understanding of blended learning methods and styles. (more…)
Matthew Sanger, professor of education at Idaho State University, recently collaborated on a book with Richard E. Osguthorpe, a Boise State University professor. (more…)
Idaho State University’s Meridian campus has a new assistant professor of nursing, Susan Tavernier. She is also the campus’s new Accelerated Nursing Program coordinator. (more…)
Idaho State University’s Idaho Healthcare for Children and Families AmeriCorps program, housed at the Institute of Rural Health, received $311,193 to fund 37 out of 140 AmeriCorps members across Idaho through next summer.
The grant was received through Serve Idaho, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism that received nearly $2 million from the Corporation for National and Community Service. (more…)
Much ado about eating rats: sure Easter Islanders ate them, but there are more important parts to the story
Ancient Easter Islanders ate rats rather than seafood. This story didn’t make the cover of Rolling Stone, but it was picked as a “Coolest Science Story of the Week” recently by LiveScience.
People around the globe were recently informed that rats were a primary food source for ancient residents of the island also known as Rapa Nui in a story based on research done at Idaho State University that originally appeared on LiveScience (http://www.livescience.com/39926-easter-islanders-ate-rats.html). (more…)
Wall Street Journal writes about Idaho State University management professor’s study on loudmouths in groups
A study about the effects of "loudmouths" in groups, conducted by researchers from Idaho State University and the University of Utah, was recently discussed in an article by the Wall Street Journal. Alex Bolinger, assistant professor in the Department of Management, worked with his former dissertation adviser from the University of Utah, Bryan Bonner, on the study titled "Separating the Confident from the Correct." (more…)
ISU Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy finishes multi-center clinical trial of new medication for individuals with Type 2 Diabetes
Idaho State University clinical associate professor of pharmacy, Tracy Pettinger, recently completed a collaborated, multi-center clinical trial of the new medication, Onglyza for patients with Type 2 diabetes. (more…)