College of Arts & Letters Newsletter - September 2016
Idaho State University Biomedical Research Students Participate in Summer INBRE Program and Take Classes in Arts to Help with Communication
Idaho State University undergraduate students participating in the National Institutes of Health funded IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) program this summer had the opportunity to have immersive art experiences guided by ISU faculty.
Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminology Receives $1,087,860 Grant Renewal to Support Child Welfare Training in Idaho
The Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminology recently received a $1 million grant renewal from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to help train child welfare workers in Idaho.
Spanish for the Health Professions Program Helps Area High School Students Receive College Credits
The Spanish for the Health Professions program started in 2014 and is already producing benefits in the Pocatello/Chubbuck and surrounding communities.
Political Science Alumna Honored as American Lawyers Alliance Teacher of the Year
Political science alumna and Blackfoot High School teacher Holly Kartchner was recently named “Teacher of the Year” by the American Lawyers Alliance.
Department of Art Creates New Digital Studio Lab for Students
The Department of Art is starting off the 2016-2017 school year by opening a digital studio lab for students. The lab will help students receive a more modern and technological training in their art degrees.
Pianist Performs in World-Renowned Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Idaho State University pianist Natalia Lauk recently returned from the Washington International Piano Festival in Washington D.C., where she had the opportunity to perform in the world-renowned Kennedy Center.