News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

July 9, 2012 — Vol. 28 No. 24

In this Issue

ISU To Offer Doctorate In Nursing

The Idaho State University Division of Health Sciences will offer a Doctor of Philosophy degree in nursing through the ISU School of Nursing beginning in January 2013. (read more...)

Researchers Make Corridor Discovery

A potential corridor along the coast of Alaska for humans to travel down to populate the New World was open and free of ice 1,500 to 2,000 years earlier than what was previous thought, according to a new study completed by Oregon State University and Idaho State University researchers. (read more...)

Faculty/Staff Updates

Faculty and alumni in the Department of Dental Hygiene have had a successful summer (read more...)

All are invited to a retirement reception for Nancy Anthony, interlibrary loan library assistant, July 20 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Magnusen Alumni House, 921 S. 8th Avenue (read more...)

All are invited to a retirement reception for Kim Robertson July 19, 8-10 a.m. in the Student Health Service Pharmacy waiting area (read more...)

News Bites

The Department of Counseling's Pocatello Counseling Clinic and the ISU Counseling and Testing Center will offer free counseling to any individual or family wanting support as they cope with loss and trauma caused by the Charlotte Fire (read more...)

Enjoy the music of singer/songwriter Steve Eaton and help feed Idaho's hungry during "An Evening with Steve Eaton," July 21, presented by the Alumni Association (read more...)

Recent collaborations between the South Korean Atomic Energy Research Institute and the ISU Idaho Accelerator Center underscore how the IAC has become the "world's go-to" facility for experts around the world who want to use atomic accelerators for the non-destructive detection of contraband (read more...)

Ryan A. Long, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Biological Sciences, was recently awarded the American Society of Mammalogists Fellowship (read more...)

Members of the ISU Chamber Choir completed a two-week singing tour in Europe this summer (read more...)

In order to assist our ISU faculty and staff directly impacted by the Charlotte Fire, ISU is prepared to grant paid administrative leave for time off work for those in need in order to deal with issues as a result of the fire (read more...)

Idaho State of Mind, a 30-minute weekly public affairs television program produced by ISU debuts on "This East Idaho" television network beginning Wednesday, July 18 at 5:30 p.m. (read more...)