Theater Students Shine at Regional Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival and USITT
Ten theater students from Idaho State University traveled to Denver in February to participate in the Region VII Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF).
Idaho Humanities Council to Honor Emeritus Professor Susan Swetnam for Outstanding Achievement in the Humanities
The Idaho Humanities Council honored Idaho State University Professor Emeritus Susan Swetnam with IHC's Award for "Outstanding Achievement in the Humanities."
ISU College of Arts & Letters Faculty Publish Book on Narrative Theory
Twenty Idaho State University faculty members in the College of Arts & Letters recently published a book focused on narrative and the power of stories and storytelling.
Faculty Chamber Ensemble Performs Original Work in the Steampunk Aesthetic
Last fall, music professor Grant Harville and the Department of Music received a $18,957 grant from the ISU Office of Research toward the conception and performances of the original work Partita for Mixed Dectet “Steampunk.” The work was composed by Harville, and the Faculty Chamber Ensemble performed the original work at ISU in January.
College Starts Road Scholars Scholarship Program for Southeast Idaho Students
Dean Kandi Turley-Ames has recognized a need to keep Idaho’s best and brightest high school students in the state to continue their education for years. In 2016, she developed the Road Scholars Scholarship program that celebrates Idaho’s students, their success and their future endeavors.
ISU History Professors Start Scholarship for Refugees
Idaho State University history professors Erika Kuhlman and Kevin Marsh recently started a refugee scholarship for prospective ISU students.