The Idaho State University Career Center has announced the launch of a new Web site located at www.isu.edu/career that helps automate numerous functions found within the career center and enhances the services offered to campus students and employers. (more…)
When southeast Idaho law enforcement began reinvestigating a remote Oneida County site connected to the apparent murders of three girls, Idaho State University student Lynn Porter thought it logical to contact Oneida County Sheriff Jeff Semrad and volunteer her help.
A soon-to-be senior at ISU, Porter has the double major of anthropology and criminal justice administration. She intends to pursue a career working with law enforcement in forensic anthropology. (more…)
Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter, accompanied by First Lady Lori Otter, greeted Idaho State University’s graduates during ISU’s 103rd spring commencement ceremonies on May 12 at Holt Arena. (more…)
Cars whoosh by Ashley Barlow as she rides her bike down 5th Street in Pocatello toward Idaho State University, when her phone beeps. It’s a text message from her best friend Becky asking what she is wearing. This is a ritual they do in order to prevent the chance that they might wear the same thing. Does Barlow stop her bike next to the cemetery to answer the message? No. She “texts” Becky back while peddling down the busy street. (more…)
The Idaho Museum of Natural History and the Portneuf Valley Audubon Society will co-sponsor a presentation about the wildlife-rich country of Tanzania in East Africa. The lecture “Tanzania – On the Other Side of the World” by Kristin Fletcher, the museum’s program manager, will be held May 17, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the IMNH Classroom 204. (more…)
The Idaho Museum of Natural History and Fort Hall Casino will co-sponsor a free family day at IMNH from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 19 as part of the newly instated Pocatello Museums Week, declared by Pocatello Mayor Roger Chase. (more…)
Nine Idaho State University alumni representing seven colleges and schools will be honored with Professional Achievement Awards at ISU commencement exercises on May 12 in Holt Arena.
They are Roger Akers, Fair Oaks, Calif., College of Business; W. Jeffrey Allard, PhD, Harleysville, Penn., College of Arts and Sciences – Natural Sciences; Earl Boen, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Los Angeles, Calif., College of Arts and Sciences – Arts and Humanities; Janet C. Burdick, Twin Falls, College of Education; Ray Furstenau, Idaho Falls, College of Engineering; Thomas Harris, Eagle, College of Technology; Lisa K. Higbee, Pocatello, Kasiska College of Health Professions; Norman L. Jones, PhD, Logan, Utah, College of Arts and Sciences – Social Sciences; and Gary Tauscher, PhD, Hilton Head Island, S.C., College of Pharmacy. (more…)
A total of 1,932 graduates will receive 2,010 degrees and certificates during Idaho State University’s 103rd spring commencement ceremonies, which will begin at 2 p.m. May 12 in Holt Arena. Seventy-six students will receive multiple certificates and/or degrees.
Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter, accompanied by First Lady Lori Otter, is scheduled to speak at commencement. (more…)
MOSCOW, Idaho – The Idaho IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence has chosen 32 undergraduate students from eight state colleges and universities, including three from Idaho State University, to spend the summer working in research laboratories. (more…)
More than 100 students received degrees and a 32-year-old Russian cardiologist was honored for student excellence at Idaho State University-Boise’s commencement May 4 at The Grove Hotel in downtown Boise. (more…)