Showcase of Idaho State University Scholarly and Creative Works Set Oct. 22 at Stephens Performing Arts Center
October 17, 2014
A reception to honor the scholarly and creative works of Idaho State University faculty that has been published, presented or exhibited during 2013 will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Oct. 22 in the Stephens Performing Arts Center Marshall Rotunda.
The program will include recognition of these authors/creators as well as speakers Maria Wong and Erika Kuhlman, who have received the ISU Distinguished Researcher and Outstanding Researcher of the year awards, respectively. Wong is a professor and director of experimental training in the ISU Department of Psychology; Kuhlman is a history professor and director of ISU Women’s Studies.
There will be a large display of all books, book chapters, journal articles, and selections of creative works by these accomplished fauclty. The University has earned a research-high Carnegie designation, and event organizers want to acknowledge faculty responsible for ISU’s research success. The event will celebrate the diversity and success of ISU’s faculty.
The event is free and open to the public and ISU students, faculty and staff.
This is an opportunity for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students to gain awareness of the research and publishing efforts of their instructors or professors.
This event is sponsored by ISU Library, Office for Research and Economic Development, Office of the Provost and Friends of Oboler Library.
For more information on how to participate contact (208) 282-2997.