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ISU Physical Education Students Gain Hands-on Experience at 2022 SHAPE Conference

In August, six students within Idaho State University’s Human Performance and Sport Studies Department (HPSS) received a special grant from the Idaho State University College of Education to attend the 2022 Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) Montana/Idaho Conference in Missoula, Montana.

August 22, 2022

Steve Eaton to Headline KISU Silent Auction and Back-to-School Party

KISU-FM Public Radio is teaming up with Off the Rails Brewing to host the Back to School Party with KISU on August 22nd in Downtown Pocatello. Live music will begin at 6:00 pm with Pocatello’s premier party band Clairvoyance and local favorite and ISU alumnus Steve Eaton at 7:00 pm. The event will include a silent auction, beer and food specials, and the grand opening of the new outdoor patio space at Off the Rails Brewing, 228 S Main Street. There will be no cost to attend and the event is open

Put Together a Team to Take on the "Out of Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention"

Retirement Planning Emails not Affiliated with ISU

ISU Mechanical Engineering Professor Named to Editorial Board of Frontiers in Thermal Engineering

An Idaho State University professor has been selected for an editor post with Frontiers in Thermal Engineering. 

August 30, 2022

Professor’s Book Wins Award from Mathematical Association of America

The proof is in the pudding when it comes to an Idaho State University professor’s book on mathematical proofs.

Support Bengal Athletics During the 2022 Prepare To Roar Campaign

Following a commitment of nearly $200,000 in matching gifts and unlockable challenge dollars, Idaho State Athletics will be kicking off its third annual Prepare to Roar campaign on Monday, August 22, 2022. 

Disability Services to Offer Accommodation Trainings for Faculty

To enhance partnerships and communications with faculty, Idaho State University Disability Services will offer training regarding the student accommodations process during the latter half of August and on September 1.

Political Science Students and Professors Publish Chapters in Book on Classroom Simulations

Doctor of Arts in Political Science students, James Pascali and Jonathan Blakeman, have recently published a chapter in a book about simulations in the political science classroom. The chapter, titled, "To Veto or Not to Veto: A Simulation of Presidential Decision Making" was co-authored with political science professors, Dr. Kellee Kirkpatrick and Dr. James Stoutenborough.

August 18, 2022

Updated COVID-19 Guidelines for Fall 2022

On August 11, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention streamlined its COVID-19 guidance, shifting the focus to individuals assessing their own level of risk.

August 18, 2022