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Bengal Roar Set June 28; Incoming Students Can Learn about Financial Aid, Academics and Campus Resources

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Idaho State Board of Education Announces Tuition Reduction for American Indian Students

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Tom Catmull’s Last Resort to perform at ISU Summer Soundwaves concert and barbecue on June 28 

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Summer Soundwaves concert and barbecue will feature Tom Catmull’s Last Resort on June 28 at 6 p.m. on Hutchinson Quadrangle.

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Idaho State University hires AHEC director

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health in the Kasiska Division of Health Sciences has hired Diana Campanella Schow to head an area health education center or AHEC, created to improve access to primary care in southeast Idaho’s underserved and rural communities.

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ISU College of Business and College of Eastern Idaho sign first articulation agreement

IDAHO FALLS —Idaho State University and the College of Eastern Idaho have signed their first articulation agreement to facilitate the transition of business students from CEI to ISU.

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Idaho State University’s Kasiska Division of Health Sciences expanding, reorganizing for growth

POCATELLO - A reorganization of the Kasiska Division of Health Sciences has added three new colleges at Idaho State University.

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Idaho State University geosciences Professor David Rodgers lands Fulbright in Tajikistan

POCATELLO – Idaho State University Associate Dean and geosciences Professor David Rodgers is psyched about heading 12 time zones and 7,000 miles away to complete a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award at the University of Central Asia in Tajikistan.

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Monsanto donates new shark fossil to Idaho Museum of Natural History

POCATELLO – The Idaho Museum of Natural History on the Idaho State University  Pocatello campus recently received a new shark fossil from Monsanto. 

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ISU College of Arts and Letters awards 48 Idaho high school seniors with scholarships to ISU; students received nearly $340,000 in scholarships 

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s College of Arts and Letters awarded 48 Road Scholarships to Idaho high school seniors totaling $80,000 during the 2017-2018 school year. In addition to the money provided by the College of Arts and Letters, the awarded students also received almost $260,000 in scholarships from ISU just by applying. 

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Kevin Satterlee Begins Work As Idaho State University’s 13th President

Crossing through the Swanson Arch Monday, as freshmen do on their first day on campus, Kevin Satterlee began his work as Idaho State University’s 13th president.

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ISU College of Arts and Letters students excel, 278 named to spring 2018 dean’s list

POCATELLO -- The College of Arts and Letters named 278 students to their Spring 2018 dean’s list. There were 255 students from Idaho on list representing 39 different cities and towns.

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Midnight Noon to perform at ISU Summer Soundwaves concert and barbecue on June 21

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Summer Soundwaves concert and barbecue will feature Midnight Noon on June 21 at 6 p.m. on Hutchinson Quadrangle.

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June ISU Career Path Intern of the Month is Kam Thomas

POCATELLO – Kam Thomas, who has spent the past semester working as an accounting intern for Phillips, Oakes, Goodwin, and Crane in Burley, has been named the Idaho State University June ISU Career Path Intern of the month.

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ISU student Mary Lupumba awarded Refugee Scholarship for 2018-2019 academic year 

POCATELLO – Idaho State University student Mary Lupumba was awarded the 2018-2019 Refugee Scholarship, which will cover two semesters of full tuition.

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ISU audiology team fits 24 Peruvian villagers with hearing aids on mission with Idaho Condor

MERIDIAN - A recent humanitarian mission with Idaho Condor and Idaho State University has left several Peruvian villagers hearing more clearly, and one ISU student seeing more clearly.

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ISU physics department to offer water rocket festival June 23-24

POCATELLO –There will be a free water rocket workshop for teens put on by Idaho State University’s physics department from 10 a.m. to noon on June 23 and 24 at Tydeman Park in Pocatello.

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Fredi Giesler to head new ISU Master of Social Work program

POCATELLO – Fredi Giesler’s interest in social work started when she was a teenager babysitting for various families and was solidified when she took her first Introduction to Social Work course at Pacific Lutheran University.           

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ISU Big Beam tests well; team awaits results on how it placed

POCATELLO – It is only fitting that many of the Idaho State University Civil and Environmental Engineering students who helped build the new Structural Laboratory at the Engineering Research Complex would be the first to test their equipment.

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The Queen and King to perform at ISU Summer Soundwaves concert and barbeque on June 14

POCATELLO – Idaho State University Summer Soundwaves concert and barbeque will feature The Queen and King on June 14 at 6 p.m. on Hutchinson Quadrangle.

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Seventy-five Boise high school students receive associate’s degrees while finishing their high school diploma  

POCATELLO – Seventy-five high school students from Renaissance High School in Meridian received their Associate of Arts degrees in general studies during Idaho State University-Meridian’s graduation on May 7.

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ISU psychology student Shelby Weber awarded prestigious research internship

POCATELLO ­– Recent psychology graduate Shelby Weber plans to begin Ph.D. studies in clinical psychology at Idaho State University this fall. Before she returns, she will complete a Chicago-based research internship funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) studying chronic pain and traumatic experiences in inner-city women.

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ISU music professor Patrick Brooks revives rare jazz composition, to present internationally

POCATELLO – A rare composition by jazz legend Charles Mingus has again reached audiences’ ears thanks to Idaho State University Department of Music Professor Patrick Brooks.

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ISU sociology Professor DJ Williams publishes serial homicide and leisure research

POCATELLO ­– Forensic investigators, academics and hobbyists have long studied the motivations behind serial homicide. Now, research from Idaho State University Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminology Associate Professor DJ Williams suggests that serial homicide may function as an enjoyable leisure experience for offenders.

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ISU Summer Theatre program to present classic musical “Hello, Dolly!”

POCATELLO— Idaho State University’s College of Arts and Letters will present Jerry Herman’s Tony-Award-winning “Hello, Dolly!” as the 2018 Summer Musical.

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ISU’s Summer Soundwaves concerts and barbeques will begin on June 7

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Summer Soundwaves concerts and barbecues will be every Thursday night from June 7 to July 19 on the Hutchinson Quadrangle.

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