News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

May 24, 2010 — Vol. 26 No. 20

Faculty/Staff Updates

Cathy Kriloff was named ASISU Club Advisor of the Year for 2010 (read more...)

Jennifer Eastman Attebery was invited to speak at an international symposium on May 17 and 18 (read more...)

Congratulations to our newest winners of the ISU Cares "Spot" Awards (read more...)

The College of Technology recognized staff, faculty and community honorees during a recognition reception (read more...)

News Bites

Parking regulations beginning Aug. 1 have changed (read more...)

ISU will be sponsoring an ISU Summer Band again this year (read more...)

ISU’s Department of Geosciences has created a series of 3-D videos and interactive maps for schools and the public (read more...)

Open Enrollment for the group medical, dental and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) plans is from May 12-28 (read more...)

The Cultural Affairs Council currently has money available for mini and large grants (read more...)

ISU is host to a panel discussion on domestic violence and sexual assault June 17 (read more...)

The Central Heating Plant has shut down for the summer; no heat in buildings (read more...)

The current display art area at the Oboler Library will feature art by Sandra Greba (read more...)

Art and Pre-Architecture currently has an opening for an Administrative Assistant 1 (read more...)

ISU Foundation has received a $1,500 grant from the John William Jackson Fund for a nursing scholarship in memory of Dr. Brenda Williams (read more...)

Al Richmond, VALIC Representative, will be on campus June 1 (read more...)

Students learning service is an important part of education (read more...)

Upward Bound is participating in the Summer Food Service Program (read more...)

In this Issue

Record Enrollment for Spring Semester

The trend for enrollment remains up at Idaho State University, which experienced a spring semester 2010 total headcount of 15,041 students. This is the second consecutive year the University has boasted record spring enrollment. (read more...)

ISU Gets $2.5 Million for Nuclear Education, Research

Idaho State University will receive $2.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program that will help advance nuclear education and develop the next generation of nuclear technologies. (read more...)

Jean Pfau Receives NIH Grant

Idaho State University’s Jean Pfau, assistant professor of biological sciences, has been awarded a $191,962 U.S. National Institutes of Health grant to explore the health effects of asbestos at the cellular level. (read more...)