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Change to Closed Week Policy

April 21, 2022

Sanae Johnsen's Retirement

April 21, 2022

Parkinson Voice Project Awards 2022 SPEAK OUT! ® & LOUD Crowd ® Grant to Idaho State University

Parkinson Voice Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the voices of individuals with Parkinson’s, has named Idaho State University as a recipient of its 2022 SPEAK OUT! & LOUD Crowd Grant Program. 

April 21, 2022

College of Business Honors Top Students with New Event

April 21, 2022

Employment Opportunities April 21

April 21, 2022

Policy Updates April 21

April 21, 2022

University Receives $14 Million Gift to Renovate, Name College of Pharmacy

Idaho State University has received a multi-million dollar gift to renovate the College of Pharmacy’s 80-year-old Leonard Hall. The ALSAM Foundation’s $14 million gift is the largest ever one-time donation received by Idaho State, and it will fund the majority of the construction project.

April 20, 2022

Idaho State to Offer New Social Media Emphasis for Communication Degree

In an effort to meet the growing employment demands of social media positions, Idaho State University will offer a new option to students starting Fall 2022.

By Patricia Petersen | April 19, 2022

Idaho State University Welcomes New Civic Symphony Conductor

After a season of programming that featured guests and faculty conductors, Idaho State University is proud to welcome Nell Flanders to serve as Artistic Director and Conductor for the Idaho State-Civic Symphony and ISU Chamber Orchestra. Flanders will also teach in various classroom and applied lesson settings for the College of Arts and Letters.

April 19, 2022

Idaho High School Students to Use Distance Learning Technology to Access Health Care Services

Students in rural Idaho high schools will soon be able to use distance learning technology to access telehealth services, thanks to a gift from Direct Communications. 

April 19, 2022