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Political Science Professor Selected for Kazakhstan Fellowship

January 23, 2023

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Idaho State Graduate Student Experiences Life-Changing Research in Chile

January 18, 2023

Jillian Everly was studying wildlife conservation at Virginia Tech when she became interested in social science and how people are connected and involved in conservation. She didn’t know it then, but her curiosity would take her not only to Idaho State University, but to Chile, where she spent seven months working alongside “sea women,” learning about their lives and families. 

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ISU Professor of English Alan Johnson Publishes Book

January 17, 2023

The latest book by Alan Johnson, Professor of English, has recently been published. "India's Forests, Real and Imagined: Writing the Nation," was published by Bloomsbury Publishing in December 2022. 

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Idaho National Laboratory and Two ISU Alumni Establish an Archive

January 17, 2023

A history degree is only good for someone who wants to go into teaching, right? Three archivists working at Idaho National Laboratory are proving that myth wrong. 

Openings Available at ISU Psychology Clinic

January 12, 2023

Emily Magni

ISU Social Work Practicums Help Student Find Her Career Path

December 22, 2022

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ISU Rodeo Team Members Receive Road Scholarships

December 21, 2022

Ivy Schifflett is a sophomore at Idaho State University. Her major is secondary education with an emphasis in English, and a minor in business education. Keston Pallesen is a sophomore majoring in diesel technology. What do the two have in common? They are both members of the Idaho State University Rodeo, and they both received Road Scholarships which helped them be able to attend college.

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Idaho State Theatre Receives Excellence Award for Acting

December 15, 2022

The University Resident Theatre Association is recognizing Idaho State Theatre and Dance with an Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Training in Acting. 

Arunima Datta

Hidden and Silenced History of the Everyday Person: ISU History Professor’s Book Gains International Attention

December 15, 2022

Arunima Datta says she was always interested in the history of everyday people.

Dr. Arunima Datta Wins Book Award

November 21, 2022