News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

September 21, 2009 — Vol. 25 No. 29

Faculty/Staff Updates

Research conducted at the Family Medicine Clinical Research Center at Idaho State University has been published a prestigious medical journal The New England Journal of Medicine (read more...)

News Bites

After careful consideration, the decision has been made to close the University’s Printing Services on Oct. 30, which has been operated in conjunction with the Graphic Arts program. Orders may still be submitted until Oct. 1 (read more...)

ISU Press Director Stephen Adkison and editorial board to find a new, sustainable direction to keep ISU’s press (read more...)

Seasonal flu shots are available at the ISU Student Health Center (read more...)

The Office of Research will sponsor a Graduate Fellowship Funding workshop Sept. 29 (read more...)

ISU Student Health Center offers tips for preparing for flu season (read more...)

Take a look at these deals for faculty and staff during the fall athletic season (read more...)

Idaho State University will be honored with StormReady recognition by the National Weather Service (read more...)

On Oct. 6, ISU will replace its current email system and upgrade to Google Apps (read more...)

In this Issue

Advanced Test Reactor National Scientific User Facility chooses two new projects, including one with Idaho State University

ISU researchers will lead one of two teams selected to perform experiments with the Advanced Test Reactor National Scientific User Facility at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory. (read more...)

More than 300 people attended the grand opening of the new ISU-Meridian Health Science Center

More than 300 people—including business leaders, state law makers, alumni, faculty, students and staff—attended the grand opening celebration of the new ISU-Meridian Health Science Center on Sept. 17. ISU President Arthur C. Vailas told the crowd that ISU and ISU-Meridian provide 75 percent of the health professions degrees provided by Idaho public universities. (read more...)

Provost addresses faculty and staff

At a recent Academic Affairs Assembly, Provost Gary A. Olson said the event is one of many designed to improve communication in the university community. (read more...)