Idaho State University's Homecoming 2010 with the theme
"The Year of the Tiger" will feature a variety of ISU Student Activities Board events culminating Sept. 25 with a Homecoming parade at 10 a.m. and a football game Sept. 25 at 3:35 p.m.
“Homecoming is a great way to meet new students and participate in spirit events,” said Tara Loving, Student Activities Board marketing chair. "This year we have some traditional events, as well as, some new and exciting ones. We would love to have as many people show their Bengal pride during our Homecoming Week." (more…)
Idaho State University’s Homecoming 2010 with the theme “The Year of the Tiger” will feature a variety of ISU Alumni events culminating Sept. 25 with the Homecoming Parade at 10 a.m. and football game at 3:35 p.m in Holt Arena.
"Homecoming this year promises to be one to remember," said K.C. Felt, director of Alumni Relations. "Our award recipients are an extraordinary group of individuals whose support and commitment to Idaho State is remarkable. We have a full slate of enjoyable events planned for alumni and friends and are anxious to welcome all back to campus and especially our 1963 championship football team reunion group." (more…)
The Idaho State University Homecoming 2010 Parade at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, in Pocatello will start at the corner of South First Avenue and Center Street, just east of the Center Street Underpass. (more…)
In its second year the 'McI Love ISU' night in Pocatello, set from 5 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 16, has been expanded to include two McDonald’s restaurants in Pocatello.
'I Love ISU' leaders and volunteers will work the counters and kitchens at the McDonald's location at 831 Yellowstone (across from Fred Meyers) and the McDonald's at 1011 South Fifth Avenue (across from Idaho State University). (more…)
The 29th annual Idaho State University CW HOG Pig Out, a dinner and fundraiser for Idaho State University’s Cooperative Wilderness Handicapped Outdoor Group, is Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Lower Ross Park Pavilion. CW HOG provides outdoor recreational opportunities for individuals with and without disabilities.
Dinner includes grilled pork chops, Idaho baked potatoes, corn on the cob, a Dutch oven vegetarian dish, and ice-cold beverages. Dinner is from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Musical entertainment, featuring US Bluez and Soul Full of Blues, will be from 4 to 11 p.m. (more…)
The Idaho State University Rodeo Team will host a Rocky Mountain Regional and the annual ISU Bengal Round-up Rodeo, Sept. 16-18, at the Bannock County Fairgrounds main arena. Performances will begin at 7 p.m. each evening. (more…)
Scientists’s efforts to influence public opinion have limited effect according to study co-authored by Idaho State University Professor Carlisle
Scientists' efforts to influence public opinion have a limited effect, according to a study published this month that was co-authored by Idaho State University Assistant Professor of Political Science Juliet Carlisle.
The study also notes that more people are likely to believe scientific studies claiming that oil drilling is riskier, not safer, than was previously thought, according to a new study of attitudes in California.
The study "The Public’s Trust in Scientific Claims Regarding Offshore Oil Drilling" appeared in the journal Public Understanding of Science published by SAGE. It was co-authored by Jessica Feezell and Eric Smith, both from the University of California, Santa Barbara, together with Kristy E.H. Michaud from California State University, Northridge and Los Angeles media consultant Leeanna Smith. The authors think that prior beliefs may turn out to play a critical role in many policy disputes, muting the influence of scientific studies. (more…)
Idaho Student University students are taking more classes, and the number of students advancing toward a degree has increased this year compared to last fall, according to the 10th-day enrollment report for fall semester, released today by university officials. The report also shows a 3 percent increase in the number of total student hours being taken.
"The increase in total student credit hours indicates that students are more likely to graduate in a timely manner," said Laura Woodworth-Ney, associate vice president for curricular and academic excellence. (more…)
Idaho State University homecoming award recipients announced; Alumni Recognition Dinner set Sept. 24
Idaho State University will recognize and honor special alumni, faculty and staff at Homecoming 2010.
Award recipients will be honored at the President's Alumni Recognition Dinner at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, at the Red Lion Hotel in Pocatello, 1555 Pocatello Creek Road. A reception at 6 p.m. precedes the dinner. Those wishing to attend should contact the ISU Alumni Office at (208) 282-3755 or e-mail email@example.com. The cost is $40 per person.
Dr. Ellen Joy Plein is being honored with the Distinguished Alumnus Award; Clarence W. and Velma A.* Byrne are being honored with the William J. Bartz Award; Dr. Corey Schou is being honored with the Idaho State University Achievement Award; Coach Dave Nielsen is being honored with the Idaho State University Distinguished Service Award; Bruce S. Bistline, Senator Robert L. Geddes and William M. Kobus are receiving the President's Medallion; and David S. Kragthorpe is Homecoming Parade Marshall. (more…)
New Idaho State University College of Arts and Letters to hold Welcoming Assembly 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9
A welcoming assembly for the new Idaho State University College of Arts and Letters will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, in Goranson Hall in the Fine Arts Building.
"I am excited about the future of the new College of Arts and Letters," said Kandi Turley-Ames, interim dean of the College. "The reorganization provides us with an opportunity to focus on and further develop the strengths of the arts and humanities and the social and behavioral sciences. We have the opportunity to not only define the direction and future of this college but also the new School of Performing Arts."