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Dialogue Between Nations: ISU Professor’s Work with Kazakhstani Researchers

March 20, 2023

Outside of Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city, there is a mountain valley where the original apple comes from. The original apple is smaller and not as sweet as what we’re used to eating today, but all apple species can trace their genetic origin to Kazakhstan. 

Acclaimed Writer Joanna Howard to Visit ISU

March 16, 2023

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Polish Ambassador Speaks with ISU Students about the War in Ukraine

March 13, 2023

Farm Bureau Summer Theatre 2023 “High School Musical: On Stage” Auditions Set March 31

March 8, 2023

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Q and A with ASISU Senators

March 8, 2023

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Home Lost, Place Found: The ISU Sports Video Crew and New Opportunities for a Refugee

March 8, 2023

On August 15, 2021, the Taliban entered Kabul and destroyed all the efforts of the people over twenty years. Nasrin Hussaini was from the same group of people and lost all her belongings. She left Kabul with her two daughters and one son with the help of the American government. She and her children were forced to leave their family, life, work, university and all the things they had worked hard for for years.

Intermountain Graduate Conference: Trials Before Change Accepting Proposals

March 1, 2023

ISU Department of English & Philosophy Announces Recipient of Strickland Scholarship

February 23, 2023

The Department of English and Philosophy is delighted to recognize the recipient of the 2023 Dorothy Strickland Scholarship, a special scholarship honoring first-generation students studying English.

Idaho State University hosts the Idaho Music Educators Association Conference and All-State Festival

February 13, 2023

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ISU Professors Help City Council Frame a Vision and Goals to Serve the Community

February 6, 2023

When three new members joined Pocatello’s City Council mid-term recently, Mayor Brian Blad saw an opportunity to improve communication, and he turned to Idaho State University’s Department of Communication, Media, and Persuasion for help.