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ISU freshman Emma Watts co-authors book about mental health amid COVID-19

POCATELLO – Idaho State University freshman Emma Watts didn’t have the typical summer before college. With quarantine and stay at home orders amid COVID-19, she took the summer to co-author a book about how to cope with mental health during COVID-19.

By Tori Parks, Marketing Career Path Intern | September 1, 2020

ISU undergrad Robbie Spiers off to fast start doing high-level research

POCATELLO – While the vast majority of his classmates were preparing for the new 2020 fall semester by buying books and doing the usual things, Idaho State University junior Robbie Spiers was delivering a “Broadcast talk” at the American Chemical Society’s 2020 Virtual Meeting and Expo, held Aug. 14-17.

September 1, 2020

Idaho State hires Paula Renae Scott as CIO

POCATELLO––Idaho State University has hired Paula Renae Scott as its new chief information officer following a national search that launched in early 2020.

September 1, 2020

Demand for medical lab scientists increases due to COVID-19, ISU sees 100% job placement rate

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s medical laboratory science program has always been an essential degree in the medical field, but the onset of COVID-19 has created an even greater demand for these medical professionals.

By Tori Parks, Marketing Career Path Intern | August 27, 2020

Idaho State extends campus-dining partnership with Chartwells

POCATELLO – Continuing a successful 19-year partnership and upon comprehensive review of its food service strategy, Idaho State University has extended its dining partnership with Chartwells Higher Education.

August 27, 2020

Institute of Rural Health receives half-million dollar grant

Program focusing on rural health will continue to provide care to Idahoans

By Chris Cole, Kasiska Divison Marketing Assistant | August 24, 2020


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