News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

June 21, 2010 — Vol. 26 No. 22

Faculty/Staff Updates

ISU faculty and students presented a poster at the American Society for Microbiology Intermountain Branch Annual Meeting (read more...)

Jim DiSanza’s study on repairing the image of the National Hockey League received national attention recently (read more...)

Greg Finch, ISU’s TIAA-CREF Representative, will be on campus June 22 and 23 (read more...)

Tony Cellucci recently served as a Commission on Accreditation site visitor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (read more...)

Congratulations to ISU Cares Spot award winners for May (read more...)

News Bites

Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and first lady Lori Otter invite all women to join them for Idaho Women’s Day June 22 (read more...)

College of Engineering earns 100 Percent Pass Rate on Exam (read more...)

Bilyeu Auditorium will be closed through the summer for renovation (read more...)

ISU’s Relay for Life teams are hosting an ice cream social June 30 (read more...)

The Energy Systems Technology and Education Center is organizing 2010 Summer Energy Camp for students entering grades 9-12 (read more...)

Parking will continue to be free for students, faculty, staff and campus visitors on evenings and weekends (read more...)

A search for a permanent dean of the College of Pharmacy has been initiated (read more...)

In this Issue

Idaho State University Researchers Create Computer Desktop To Help Researchers Worldwide Access Hydrological Data

Hydrological data that may have formerly taken weeks to laboriously gather, will soon be available after a few mouse “clicks,” thanks in part to a computer desktop application being created by Idaho State University researchers. (read more...)

Chinese Delegation visits ISU-Meridian

A business delegation from Guangzhou, China toured research labs, classrooms and clinics at the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center this spring. (read more...)

Scientists From Around the World to Attend Health Physics Society School

Seventy scientists from around the world will attend the Idaho State University 2010 Health Physics Society Professional Development School June 23-26 on the ISU Pocatello campus. (read more...)