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ISU Faculty and Student Interview Renowned Writer and Director Aaron Mark

July 11, 2024

Assistant Professor Jose Eduardo Villalobos Graillet and Spanish master's student Hillary Buckner of the Department of Anthropology and Languages at ISU recently interviewed the renowned writer and director of film, television, and theater, Aaron Mark.

ISU Announces Annual English Scholarship Recipients

June 20, 2024

ISU Mourns the Loss of Emeritus Professor on Anthropology Dr. Tony Stocks

June 13, 2024

Joshua Swift Named Chair of Department of Psychology

June 10, 2024

Winners of Outstanding Philosophy Essay Prize Announced

June 10, 2024

Expanding Opportunities Through Restructuring in Anthropology, Languages, and Global Studies at ISU

June 6, 2024

Characters in the play Wizard of Oz including Dorothy, Lion, Tin Man and Scarecrow walk on a yellow brick road with green grass around them and blue skies above them.

Presenting "The Wizard of Oz" Summer Community Theatre, Sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance of Idaho

June 6, 2024

Idaho State University is thrilled to announce the upcoming Summer Community Theatre production of "The Wizard of Oz," proudly sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance of Idaho. 

Community Unites for “All-American Festival Concert” to Support Music Program

June 3, 2024

Joules Emerson and Julia Duran with a dog next to the bronze Bengal

ISU Graduate Students Establish Neurodivergent Social Support Group for Adults in Pocatello

May 30, 2024

Two students in the clinical psychology PhD program at Idaho State University have created a Neurodivergent Social Support Group to foster connections and friendships among neurodivergent adults in Pocatello, providing a safe and inclusive space for activities and support.

Office for Research Internal Grant Recipients

May 23, 2024