College of Arts & Letters Newsletter - November 2016
Idaho State University English and Philosophy Chair, Jennifer Attebery, Honored at 17th Business and Achievement Ceremony
Jennifer Attebery, Chair of the Department of English and Philosophy and Director of Folklore Program at ISU, was selected as an honoree at the 17th annual Southeast Idaho Business and Achievement Ceremony and won the University Education Award.
Debaters from Rwanda Travel to Idaho State University for Two-Day Event Focused on Living in a Post-Genocidal Generation
The James M. and Sharon E. Rupp Debate Team hosted a two-day event featuring the iDebate Rwanda Team on Oct. 25 and 26 on the Idaho State University campus. The event offered attendees an opportunity to hear the stories and experiences of living in Rwanda after the 1994 genocide.
Idaho’s 55th Annual Association of Teachers of Language and Culture Conference Held at Idaho State University
Idaho State University held the 55th annual Idaho Association of Teachers and Language and Culture Conference titled, “Quality of the World Language Classroom,” on Oct. 6 and 7 to help educate language teachers across Idaho on ways to communicate more effectively in their classrooms.
College of Arts and Letters and Idaho State-Civic Symphony Honor Late Pocatello Native Douglas Lowry
The College and the Idaho State-Civic Symphony honored the late Douglas Lowry during the Symphony’s Nov. 11 concert.
History Professor Paul Sivitz 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’s College of Arts and Letters Prepares for Fourth Annual New Year’s Eve Gala
The College is preparing for their fourth 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.