News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

January 10, 2011 — Vol. 27 No. 2

News Bites

Africa Night 2011 is set for Jan. 22 (read more...)

The Pocatello branch of the NAACP is hosting a Martin Luther King Jr. luncheon celebration Jan. 15 (read more...)

ISU will host a Martin Luther King Jr. March on Jan. 17 (read more...)

The ISU "Season of Note" series presents the Harlem Gospel Choir Jan. 19 (read more...)

The ISU Student Massage Therapy Clinic offers 1-hour massages beginning Jan. 18 (read more...)

Pruning and removing some hazardous and diseased trees on campus will continue through February (read more...)

All are invited to attend the ISU WeLEAD Research Symposium Jan. 27 (read more...)

ISU Track and Field is looking for officials (read more...)

The annual Art Faculty Exhibition will be on display through Jan. 28 (read more...)

The state of Idaho Risk Management Department is requesting a list of all University employees who will be traveling out of the country for business/university purposes in 2011 (read more...)

ISU's Division of Health Science Research Day 2011 is set for April 15 (read more...)

In this Issue

ISU Research Shows Connection between Sagebrush Removal and Exotic Weeds

Recent peer-reviewed papers published by Idaho State University researchers document that when sagebrush is removed from Northern Rocky Mountain areas, exotic weeds move in. (read more...)

College of Technology Receives $1.2 Million Contract

The General Education Department at Idaho State University's College of Technology will receive a $1.2 million dollar 'Go On' Grant from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation. (read more...)