December 7, 2009 — Vol. 25 No. 39
Associate professor of anatomy and anthropology Jeff Meldrum was interviewed about his sasquatch research by a producer of NBC’s “Today Show” (read more...)
The Veterans Sanctuary, in partnership with the ISU Veterans Club, is sponsoring Operation Gift Wrap, a program to help ISU student veterans this holiday season (read more...)
The fourth annual Horizons Independent Film Series will play at ISU from Dec. 9 to Dec. 18 (read more...)
The Graduate Student Association’s next monthly second Friday event is Dec. 11, 4-5:30 p.m. in the Rendezvous Complex, Suite A (read more...)
Facilities Services has released a new Zone Maintenance Calender to inform the campus where we will be performing maintenance work (read more...)
Idaho Museum of Natural History galleries and store will be closed Dec. 18 to July 1 as new galleries are constructed (read more...)
Reed Gymnasium lockers that were purchased for the fall semester will be expiring Friday, Dec.18 (read more...)
Employees who are still accessing old e-mails on the old server must move any wanted e-mail before Dec. 31 (read more...)
ISU faculty, students and Idaho health care partners are invited to Research Day at the Kasiska College of Health Professions scheduled for April 9 (read more...)
Idaho State University will receive $1 million in scholarship funds as part of the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation $20 million "Go On" program.
"Go On" is a statewide initiative designed to address Idaho’s post-secondary success rate and increase opportunities for Idaho students. Idaho ranks 43rd nationally when considering students who enter college and complete a degree. This program will help the state improve that ranking. (read more...)
Idaho State University Provost Gary Olson and College of Southern Idaho Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer Jeff Fox signed a formal Memorandum of Agreement Wednesday, Dec. 2, in a ceremony held at CSI's Blaine County Center in Hailey. The two institutions agreed to collaborate on a range of academic programs to be offered in the Wood River Valley. (read more...)
The Idaho State University Society of Physics Students (SPS) has received the 2009 Outstanding Chapter Award from the National Society of Physics Students and the American Physical Society.
According to Steve Shropshire, ISU physics professor and the faculty advisor for the club, SPS Outstanding Chapters are determined each academic year after a careful review of the information, photos and supporting material presented in annual Chapter Reports. (read more...)