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November 7, 2019

Global Studies Professor appointed to Human Relations Advisory Committee

November 7, 2019

Policy Updates

November 7, 2019

$100,000 Available to ISU Faculty from CAES Seed Grant Program

The ISU Office for Research is pleased to announce an Internal Seed Grant Program for energy-related research associated with the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES).  $100K is available and individual awards are expected to range from $5K - $20K.

November 7, 2019

Celebrate National First-Generation College Student Day Nov. 8

On Friday, Nov. 8, TRIO Access and Opportunity Programs will celebrate the success stories of ISU first-generation faculty, staff, alumni and students during National First-Generation College Student Day in the Pond Student Union Lounge from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

November 7, 2019

ISU Idaho Museum of Natural History to offer ASTC Travel Passport program

POCATELLO – The Idaho Museum of Natural History will grant free general admission to any Association of Science-Technology Centers Passport Program member.

By Tori Parks, Marketing Intern | November 6, 2019

Three new Idaho State University health sciences programs will add to Idaho’s workforce

Master of Occupational Therapy at Meridian, Master of Counseling in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and Master of Health Informatics-Online are only such programs offered in Idaho

By McKenzie Dalley, Pharmacy Career Path Intern | November 6, 2019

ISU November Career Path Intern of the Month is Jonathan Match

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s November Career Path Intern of the Month is Jonathan Match, a graduate student in the Master of Physical Education – Athletic Administration program.

By Tori Parks, Marketing CPI Intern | November 6, 2019

ISU Women’s Club Holiday Fair 2019 set Nov. 15-16

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Women’s Club Holiday Fair will be held Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the ISU Pond Student Union Ballroom.

November 6, 2019

ISU Professor Aho studies how airborne bacteria, fungi help it rain and snow

POCATELLO – Most people don’t think of weather as having a biological component and aren’t aware of the role airborne bacteria and fungi have in helping create rain and snow. But Ken Aho, Idaho State University associate professor of biological sciences, studies this phenomenon.

By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Marketing Director | November 5, 2019