News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

February 9, 2010 — Vol. 26 No. 6

News Bites

The registration deadline is Feb. 10 for this year's celebration in recognition of National Girls and Women in Sports Day (read more...)

The deadline to nominate a faculty member for the Distinguished Teacher, Public Service, and Researcher awards is Feb. 12. (read more...)

Idaho State University's KISU-FM is presenting the "Sons of Idaho" Saturday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m.(read more...)

The Idaho State University College of Engineering at will host its annual National Engineers Week Student Competitions on Thursday, Feb. 18 (read more...)

The Idaho Falls College Majors and Graduate School Fair will be held Feb. 17 and the ISU-Idaho Falls Spring Career Fair will be held Feb. 23. (read more...)

A Poetry Slam is set from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, at the Bennion Student Union at University Place in Idaho Falls. (read more...)

The Idaho State University Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) invites the whole community to experience the traditional culture of China at the ISU Chinese New Year Night 2010 (read more...)

Susan Madsen, associate processor of management at Utah Valley University, will deliver the lecture "Women and Leadership: Taking Your Leadership to the Next Level" (read more...)

The spring 2010 B.A. B.F.A. Senior Exhibition at the John B. Davis Gallery will feature four artists (read more...)

The audience will be treated to dance performances ranging from hip-hop and jazz to ballet and modern at this year's ISU Dance in Concert. (read more...)

The deadline for Kasiska College of Health Professions Research Day submissions is this week (read more...)

Rotary District 5400 will fund one $26,000 Ambassadorial Scholarship for study abroad during the 2011-2012 academic year. (read more...)

Free income tax return preparation for low income taxpayers is now being offered by VITA, a volunteer arm of the Internal Revenue Service. (read more...)

The Department of Public Safety and Facilities Services were tasked with purchasing and installing external and internal emergency notification systems. (read more...)

In this Issue

Paul and Katie Link donate Lost River Field Station to ISU

Idaho State University geosciences professor Paul Link and his wife Katie were recognized for donating the $200,000 ISU Lost River Field Station to the Geosciences Department in a ceremony on Wednesday. (read more...)

Special Olympics International awards ISU professor Boyd $100,000 grant to study Healthy Athletes volunteers

Idaho State University-Meridian dental hygiene professor Linda Boyd and Donna Bainbridge, a Special Olympics' global advisor recently received a $100,000 grant from Special Olympics International to study how volunteering in Special Olympics affects health professionals. (read more...)