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Idaho State University confers 2,566 degrees and certificates at 2018 commencement on May 5

POCATELLO – A total of 2,427 graduates received 2,566 degrees and certificates during Idaho State University’s spring commencement ceremonies held May 5 in Holt Arena where graduates were encouraged to continue their quests for knowledge and to appreciate those who helped them succeed.

May 5, 2018

Alpha Phi Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha at ISU to induct U.S. Ninth Circuit Judge N. Randy Smith into National Political Science Honor Society May 4

POCATELLO – The Alpha Phi Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha at Idaho State University will induct Ninth Circuit Court Judge N. Randy Smith at 7 p.m. Friday, May 4, during the Department of Political Science Graduation Celebration at the Rendezvous Center ABC Suites.

May 4, 2018

College of Pharmacy at Idaho State University graduates eight members of same family

POCATELLO - You might say pharmacy runs in the family at Idaho State University. When ISU commencement concludes this Saturday, a total of eight members from one local family will be part of ISU’s College of Pharmacy alumni roster.

By Lee Ann Hancock, DHS/Pharmacy Marketing Director | May 3, 2018

ISU graduate student Camerin Passey “excited” to make mark on world

POCATELLO – Idaho State University Doctor of Pharmacy graduate student Camerin Passey is excited for many things after graduation, but the first that comes to mind is supporting his growing family.

By Tori Parks, Marketing Career Path Intern | May 1, 2018

ISU's Jillian Christiansen successfully uses dual-enrollment program advantage; graduates with two degrees in two years

POCATELLO – In 2016, Jillian Christiansen graduated with her high school diploma from Renaissance High School, in Meridian, and her Associate of Arts degree from Idaho State University. Christiansen is one of many students who have participated in ISU’s dual-enrollment program at Renaissance High School. She will graduate in May with two bachelor’s degrees, one in political science and one in international studies.

By Melissa Lee, Arts and Letters Marketing Director | May 1, 2018

Idaho State University’s Kasiska Division of Health Sciences dedicates day of research to tackling Idaho’s opioid crisis

POCATELLO - The overuse of opioids is an area of significant concern for a multitude of organizations and agencies across the state of Idaho, the United States, and even the world. Those in the healthcare professions at Idaho State University (ISU) are working to be a part of the solution by conducting research, making changes to their curriculum, and encouraging partnerships with other groups who are working toward the same goal: combating the ever growing opioid epidemic.

By Lee Ann Hancock, DHS/Pharmacy Marketing Director | May 1, 2018

ISU English Professor Brian Attebery selected to serve as visiting professor at the University of Glasgow

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Department of English and Philosophy is pleased to announce that professor Brian Attebery has been selected to serve as Leverhulme Visiting Professor at the University of Glasgow during spring semester 2019.

May 1, 2018

ISU Graduates March through the Arch May 4

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University 2018 Graduate Salute March through the Arch will be held beginning at noon May 4 at the Swanson Arch located on the ISU Pocatello campus between Frazier Hall and the Physical Sciences Building.

May 1, 2018

Non-traditional student Holly Powell returns to school after two decades, will walk at commencement

POCATELLO – Holly Powell, a standout first-generation, non-traditional student in the Idaho State University College of Business, has been honored as the Outstanding Business Student for the Master of Business Administration program.

By Gregory Barker, Business Graduate Assistant | May 1, 2018

ISU graduate Lynette Dixey to celebrate with degree 32 years after started

 POCATELLO – In 1984, Lynette Dixey graduated from Blackfoot High School and packed up her things and moved to Glendive, Montana, to play basketball at Dawson Community College. But Dixey did not graduate with a degree from Dawson, she returned home to give birth to her daughter. This May, 33 years after starting at Dawson Community College, Dixey will walk across the stage at graduation with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Idaho State University.

By Melissa Lee, Marketing Director, Arts and Letters | May 1, 2018