May 29, 2018
May 17, 2018
ISU’s College of Arts & Letters announces September events
Idaho State University Department of Theatre and Dance announces 2017-18 season
Fall 2017 Dance Courses
Fall 2017 Art Courses
Fall 2017 Philosophy Courses
Fall 2017 Political Science Courses
Fourteen eastern Idaho high school students receive $120,450 in scholarships from Idaho State University
ISU Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program received reaccreditation by American Psychological Association; remains only accredited clinical psychology Ph.D. program in Idaho
ISU to host inaugural Fiddle Competition May 20; Features $5,000 in Prizes
ISU College of Arts and Letters to host six summer camps for middle and high school students
Three Alumni Honored with 2017 Professional Achievement Awards
College Claims 11 of 17 Awards at 2017 Graduate Research Symposium
Premieres and music by local composers featured in ISU Wind Ensemble and Civic Concert Band concert
ISU graduate student Andrew Dunn studying food history in Minidoka Internment Camp
Three Arts and Letters Faculty Members Honored as 2017 Outstanding Master Teachers
Two Arts and Letters Faculty Members Receive ISU Outstanding Service Awards
Four Arts and Letters Faculty Members Honored with 2017 Outstanding Researcher Awards
ISU School of Performing Arts to present Shakespeare favorite “Much Ado About Nothing”
ISU College of Arts and Letters to open 90 seats for area high school students to take dual-enrollment credits on campus
ISU College of Arts and Letters faculty publish book on narrative theory
Twenty Idaho State University faculty members in the College of Arts and Letters recently published a book focused on narrative and the power of stories and storytelling
ISU history professors start scholarship for refugees
Idaho State-Civic Symphony to host POPS Concert and Annual Raffle on March 11
ISU theater students shine at regional Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
Idaho State University International Affairs Council to host 46th Annual Frank Church Symposium, focus on the post-colonial state
Idaho State University professor accepted into Atomic Photographers Guild
Terry Ownby, Idaho State University associate professor of photo media, was recently accepted into the Atomic Photographers Guild (APG), an international collective of more than 30 artists dedicated to making visible all facets of the nuclear age.
Idaho State University’s Department of Theatre & Dance to welcome actress Minita Gandhi to perform play “Muthaland”
Idaho State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance and the School of Performing Arts will welcome actress Minita Gandhi on March 10 at 7:30 p.m. to perform her one-woman show “Muthaland” in the Beverly B. Bistline Theatre in the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts C
Idaho State-Civic Symphony to host POPS Concert and Annual Raffle on March 11
The Idaho State-Civic Symphony will host its annual POPS concert and fundraiser on March 11 in the Joseph C. and Cheryl H. Jensen Grand Concert Hall of the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Rupp Debate Team Hosts Public Debate Feb. 9 on United States Lifting Cuban Embargo
ISU Dance in Concert
ISU College of Arts and Letters raises over $100,000 at fourth annual New Year’s Eve Gala
Idaho State University to present Humanities Café surrounding the role of art and dance in the community on Feb. 9
30th Annual ISU Jazz Fest to feature Cathlene Pineda Quartet Feb. 3 and 4
Idaho State-Civic Symphony to host Valentine’s Day concert featuring Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
ISU Library to host reception Feb. 9 for art department faculty, grad students
General Education Courses Available this Spring in Idaho Falls
Idaho State University History Students Write Biographies of Idaho suffragists, to be Published on Women and Social Movements in the United States Website
History students at Idaho State University have written biographies of Idaho suffragists as part of professor Erika Kuhlman’s Women in the North American West class. The biographies will be featured on the website Women and Social Movements in the United States early next year.
Idaho State University Political Science Graduate Student Larry Leibrock Awarded Fulbright-Shuman Innovation Grant
Idaho State University’s Larry Leibrock, a political science research fellow at the ISU Informatics Research Institute, has been awarded a Fulbright Shuman Fellowship to conduct research and teach for six months at Oxford University, England, starting in January.
Spring 2017 General Education Courses
Swedish Professor to Visit ISU and Deliver Talk on Entertainment Media, Appearance Tied to New Exchange Agreement
Karin Fast will travel from Karlstad University, in Sweden, to spend a week in residence with the Department of Communication, Media, and Persuasion at Idaho State University and deliver a research talk about transmedia entertainment marketing.
Idaho State University Department of English and Philosophy to host Philosophy for the Public lecture series
Idaho State University’s Department of English and Philosophy is pleased to announce that the Philosophy for the Public lecture series will continue on Dec 1.
Idaho State University Choirs to perform holiday music concert on Dec. 2
The Idaho State University Choirs will present a concert of holiday music on Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church on Seventh Avenue South and Lewis Street.
Idaho State-Civic Symphony to present holiday classic concert “Joy to the World: an ISU Christmas” on Dec. 9 and 10
The Idaho State-Civic Symphony will join the Idaho State University Camerata Choirs and ISU Choirs to present the “Joy to the World: an ISU Christmas” concert at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9 and 10 in the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Idaho State University emerita professor Susan Swetnam publishes eighth book about Christmas traditions
Christmas is coming, but retired English Professor Susan Swetnam wants people to slow down and embrace Advent, the season that has preceded Christmas in Christian churches from the sixth century through today.
Psychology Graduate Students Win National Awards
Chris DeCou, Colin Mahoney and Ariana Tart-Zelvin, graduate students in the Department of Psychology, recently received awards from national organizations. Below is a list of each award and a description.
Idaho State University School of Performing Arts to present magical production of “Narnia”
Idaho State University’s School of Performing Arts will perform a musical adaption of the magical story “Narnia” on Dec. 1, 3, 5, 9 and 10 in the Beverly B. Bistline Theatre in the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Idaho State University’s College of Arts & Letters prepares for 4th Annual New Year’s Eve Gala
Idaho State University’s College of Arts & Letters is preparing for their 4th annual New Year’s Eve Gala to support student scholarships on Dec. 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Idaho State University professor Jon Armstrong releases new album “Burnt Hibiscus” produced by Orenda Records
Idaho State University Director of Jazz Studies Jon Armstrong released his new album, “Burnt Hibiscus,” produced by Orenda Records, on Nov. 4.
EPA Selects Idaho State University Political Science Chair Donna Lybecker To National Advisory Committee
Due to her expertise on international border environmental issues, Idaho State University political science Professor and Chair Donna Lybecker has been selected to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Advisory Committee.
Idaho State University Welcomes the Metropolitan Opera
Idaho State University will once again host the Metropolitan Opera National Council District Auditions on Nov. 5 at 10 a.m. in the Jensen Grand Concert Hall of the Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Idaho State University to host second Humanities Café on Nov. 3, collecting donations for refugees
Idaho State University’s College of Arts & Letters will hold its second Humanities Café of the year on Nov. 3 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Westside Players Theater, 1009 S. 2nd Ave. Pocatello.
Idaho State University history professor develops map representing Philadelphia in the 18th century
Idaho State University history professor Paul Sivitz recently developed a map with Montana State University professor Billy G. Smith that is currently on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Idaho State University presents faculty recital with Eleanor Christman Cox and Mark Neiwirth on Oct. 22
The ISU School of Performing Arts will present a faculty recital with cellist Eleanor Christman Cox and pianist Mark Neiwirth at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 in the Joseph C. and Cheryl H. Jensen Grand Concert Hall at the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center.