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William L. King

Influential Philosophy Professor to be Recognized with Legacy Endowment

March 28, 2022

Idaho State University Professor of Philosophy Dr. William L. King, who was largely responsible for the very existence of the philosophy program at ISU, has been recognized by the University and the community with a legacy endowment in his name.

Sarah Robey

History Professor Dr. Sarah Robey Publishes Book; to Give Public Talk

March 21, 2022

Dr. Sarah Robey, Assistant Professor of History at Idaho State University, recently published her book with Cornell University Press.

Cast from the Cherry Orchard

ISU School of Performing Arts to Present: "The Cherry Orchard"

March 17, 2022

Idaho State University’s School of Performing Arts will present “The Cherry Orchard” on April 15, 16, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Beverly B. Bistline Theatre in the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center. 

Idaho State University’s INCLUDE Program Receives Grant to Aid Local Rural High Schools

March 14, 2022

Master of Arts in History Program Ranked #4 by Online Master's Degrees

March 10, 2022

History Department to Host Speaker Series, "Across Borders"

February 10, 2022

Logo for Dead Man's Cell Phone

ISU School of Performing Arts to Present “Dead Man’s Cell Phone”

January 20, 2022

Arunima Datta

Dr. Arunima Datta Named 2021 East Idaho Woman of Influence Honoree

December 16, 2021

The First Master of Arts in Spanish Program in Idaho Celebrates Inaugural Cohort of Graduates

December 16, 2021

Paul Dee Rasmussen

Idaho State Employee and Student Paul Dee Rasmussen to Receive Diploma Posthumously at Winter Commencement

December 15, 2021

Among the hundreds of names that will be read at the 2021 Idaho State University Winter Commencement Dec. 18 in Holt Arena, Paul Dee Rasmussen’s name will be recognized despite his passing from COVID-19 complications in September.