News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

February 20, 2012 — Vol. 28 No. 7

In this Issue

ISU Provides HIV Care for Southeast Idaho

David Hachey, Pharm.D., and the Ryan White HIV Program at the Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency are a cornerstone for providing medical treatment to people with HIV infection in Southeast Idaho. (read more...)

ISU Professor Tapanila publishes paper on early ecology of beetles

Idaho State University's Leif Tapanila, an associate professor of geosciences, has found an important evolutionary event, documenting that insects bored into wood to use it as shelter from 200 to 210 million years ago during the Triassic period. (read more...)

Faculty/Staff Updates

Julie Kelsey is retiring after 22 years at Idaho State University (read more...)

News Bites

The School of Engineering will host its annual National Engineers Week Student Competitions on Thursday, Feb. 23, with competitions beginning at 11 a.m. in the ISU Pond Student Union Ballroom (read more...)

The International Affairs Council is proud to present the 41st Annual Frank Church Symposium, featuring the theme of "Democracy in a Changing World," Feb. 29-March 2 (read more...)

"Industry, Academic and Government Partnerships: Focus of the Future" is the topic of a Feb. 24 presentation by Michael J. Vitek, vice president of Mercedes Benz Tech North America (read more...)

A special screening and panel discussion of the film "Green Fire," about the vision of pioneer environmentalist Aldo Leopold Tuesday, March 6 (read more...)

Local Southeast Idaho artist Lori Scoffield-Beer is displaying her paintings of nature through April 2 at in the Eli Oboler Library art gallery (read more...)

New freshman registration or The Bengal ROAR will be held April 10, 11 and 13 in Pocatello and April 12 in Idaho Falls (read more...)

The Student Success Center will offer a series of presentations during the month of March to promote peer involvement on campus beginning March 1 (read more...)

The Anderson Gender Resource Center will host poet and doula V. Wetlaufer March 7 as part of this ninth annual Art of Gender in Everyday Life Conference (read more...)

The Idaho Science & Engineering Festival is free and open to the public, sponsored by ISU and industry sponsors (read more...)