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Graduate March through the Arch and Commencement Rehearsal Information

December 2, 2019

Policy Updates

December 2, 2019

Christina Reddoor Hired as a Unit Business Officer

December 2, 2019

Reduced Fee Mental Health Services Available at the ISU Psychology Clinic

December 2, 2019

Employment Opportunity

December 2, 2019

No Worries, the Alcohol Burns Off During Cooking—But, Does It Really?

The holiday gathering featured family favorites with a twist. My friend infused each recipe with the unique profiles of booze: beer cornbread, beef with wine sauce, carrots in bourbon sauce, salad greens tossed with a champagne vinaigrette, and amaretto apple crisp. However, this feast worried one of the guests.

By Barbara Gordon, ISU Registered Dietitian | December 2, 2019

Wish Nancy Farrens well in her retirement

November 27, 2019

Idaho Medicaid expansion is good news for Idaho State University students

ISU Health Center and community health centers prepare for and welcome students with Medicaid coverage

November 26, 2019

ISU researchers look for evidence linking Clovis people with megafauna 13,000 years ago on the Snake River Plain

POCATELLO – About 13,000 years ago on the banks of the Pleistocene American Falls Lake on the Snake River Plain near Pocatello, large “megafauna” mammals now extinct – such as mammoths, mastodons, camels, short-faced bears, dire wolves and saber-toothed tigers – lived alongside the Clovis people.

By Andrew Taylor, Marketing Assistant Director | November 26, 2019

‘Connections and Resilience in Salmon Watersheds’ Topic of Dec. 5 ISU Minshall Lecture

POCATELLO – Aquatic ecology and conservation researcher  Jonathan Moore will deliver the free public lecture “Connections and Resilience in Salmon Watersheds” at 4 p.m. Dec. 5 at Idaho State University as part of the ISU G.W. Minshall Lecture Series.

November 26, 2019