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Green Dot Training Scheduled Jan. 31

January 11, 2019

Psychology Professor selected as American Psychological Association Expert Reviewer

Assistant professor of experimental psychology Erika Fulton has been selected as an expert reviewer for the Advisory Panel of the National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula. The group will revise national standards set by the American Psychological Association.

January 11, 2019

Sign Language Interpreting Program Accredited

January 11, 2019

Laura Ahola-Young's Work Featured at Vashon Center for the Arts

January 11, 2019

ISU Hearing Clinic Accepting Patients

January 11, 2019

Employment Opportunities

January 11, 2019

Nominations Sought for Benny Awards

The Division of Student Affairs is pleased to announce the 2nd annual Benny Awards.

January 11, 2019

Idaho State-Civic Symphony and acclaimed jazz artists the Kobie Watkins Grouptet to perform Feb. 8

Concert to feature original jazz pieces scored for full orchestra; public also invited to attend catered pre-concert dinner in Stephens Performing Arts Center Rotunda

January 10, 2019

Idaho State University Frank Church Symposium set Jan. 31-Feb. 1, theme is 'The Best and Worst of Us'

POCATELLO – The International Affairs Council of Idaho State University invites community members of Pocatello and surrounding areas to attend the 2019 Frank Church Symposium on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1. This year’s theme “The Best and the Worst of Us: Confronting Injustices in the World” will bring together academics, refugees and activists debating the challenges and successes around environmental justice, refugee rights and minorities rights.

January 10, 2019

Idaho State University researcher Phillip Homan receives $2,500 Donald J. Sterling, Jr., Fellowship in Pacific Northwest History

POCATELLO – Idaho State University researcher Phillip Homan received the 2019 Donald J. Sterling, Jr., Fellowship in Pacific Northwest History award. The award includes $2,500 to support four weeks of research at the Oregon Historical Society.

January 10, 2019