Idaho State University’s proposed 3.5 percent tuition and fee increase for the 2014-15 academic year was approved by the State Board of Education Wednesday, April 16.
Resident students will pay $6,566 and nonresident students will pay $12,760 annually in tuition and fees in 2014-15. The change represents the lowest increase among the state’s public research universities, and the lowest ISU has had in 26 years. (more…)
Idaho State’s Xu collaborates on study suggesting self-expanding activities can help with nicotine craving
If you’re trying to quit smoking one method to incorporate is to do new, exciting “self-expanding” activities that can help with nicotine craving.
That’s the take-home message from a new study published in the peer-reviewed, online journal PLOS ONE in April. The study was completed by researchers from Idaho State University, Stony Brook University, the American Cancer Society, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Georgia and Brown University. (more…)
Idaho State University Native Americans United will host the 44th annual ISU Spring Powwow April 19-20 at Reed Gymnasium.
The free event features grand entries at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 19, and at 1 and 7 p.m. Sunday, April 20. The NAU is an Associated Students of ISU student organization. (more…)
Idaho State University and the ISU Alumni Association proudly announce the 2014 Outstanding Student Award recipients who will be honored at Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 10, in Holt Arena.
The 12 Outstanding Student Awards are presented to recognize outstanding graduating seniors who have excelled in their programs, their extracurricular activities and have epitomized ISU’s outstanding student body. Students receiving these prestigious awards exhibit a readiness to graduate, high academic achievement, above-average dedication to academic and professional goals and involvement in professional societies. Work experience and community service are also considered. (more…)
Idaho State University biological sciences Assistant Professor Ken Aho has written a biology textbook “Foundational and Applied Statistics for Biologists Using R” and companion software that helps biologists to better understand the basics of the statistics they use in their studies. (more…)
Forum “Predators; Prey; Habitats” at Idaho State University April 9 focuses on wolves, cougars, bears and their effect on prey, habitat
The “Predators; Prey; Habitat” forum at 6:30 p.m. April 9 at Idaho State University will feature experts talking about wolves, cougars, grizzly bears and other predators, and their effects on prey species and habitats. (more…)
ISU Idaho Accelerator Center, Niowave partner on three grants to develop new accelerators for commercial use
The Idaho State University Idaho Accelerator Center and Niowave, Inc. have received three new Department of Energy Small Business Innovation Research grants to create new, compact accelerators intended to provide various commercial uses. (more…)
Could the next “BIG” thing for Southeastern Idaho’s economy be a company that produces a device that alerts anglers they have a fish on their fishing pole, or one that taps the billion-dollar potential of the future of unmanned aircraft systems?
These are among the ideas that the 12 semifinalists for the BIG (Business, Innovation and Growth) Competition – that has upcoming semi-finals and finals events at Idaho State University April 3 and 4 – have proposed. Some other semi-finalist ideas include expanding a local brewery to begin the bottling and canning of its brew, and creating wireless ear-buds with a built-in MP3 storage device to allow users easy-listening to their favorite tunes. (more…)
Five Idaho State University faculty members have received 2014 Outstanding Researcher awards and will be honored at a reception on April 9.
One Outstanding Researcher will receive the 2014 ISU Distinguished Researcher Award and be honored at commencement.
The faculty that will receive ISU Outstanding Researcher awards are: Jennifer Attebery, professor of English; Rex W. Force; associate dean for clinical research in the Division of Health Sciences; Alan Hunt, associate professor of physics; Erika Kuhlman, professor of history; and Kathleen Lohse, associate professor of ecology. (more…)
Five Idaho State University faculty members have been chosen to receive 2014 Outstanding Master Teacher awards.
They will be honored at a reception held on April 9 and one will be selected for the ISU Distinguished Teacher Award.
The faculty members receiving these awards are: Catherine Black, associate lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences; Alex Bolinger, assistant professor of management; Paul Link, professor of geosciences; Lois Marquette, assistant clinical professor and ISU alumni; and Kelly Fanning Pesnell, assistant clinical professor and family nurse practitioner.