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First Idaho State endowed sales scholarship established in the College of Business

POCATELLO – Idaho State University College of Business alumnus Don Zebe and his wife Cyndee have established the first endowed sales scholarship in University history.

By Kelsey West, Business Marketing Director | December 1, 2020

ISU Singers Take First Place in Online Singing Competition

November 30, 2020

Policy Updates

November 30, 2020

Idaho State University Mourns the Loss of a Valued Team Member

November 30, 2020

Idaho State student Spencer Ercanbrack featured in international Nuclear News

POCATELLO – Idaho State nuclear engineering senior undergraduate Spencer Ercanbrack was featured on the cover and in a story in the November 2020 “The People of Nuclear” edition of Nuclear News.

November 30, 2020

ISU physics Professor McNulty gets $539k grant to support students, researchers to study fundamental nuclear structure

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Dustin McNulty, associate professor of physics, has received a $539,000 three-year grant that will continue to support his lab’s students and research that “will enhance our understanding of fundamental nuclear structure and provide a powerful search for potential new physics beyond our present knowledge.”

By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Director of Marketing | November 24, 2020

When Bengals Fly

Alumnus Jonny Henderson has been busy since he graduated from Idaho State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering with minors in both economics and military science.

By Austin Terry, COB Graduate Assistant | November 24, 2020

Physics lab opens doors for Idaho State undergraduate Alec Lepisto

POCATELLO – Among the lessons that Idaho State senior Alec Lepisto is learning working in physics Associate Professor Dustin McNulty’s lab is a physicist just can’t be a physicist.

By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Director of Markeing | November 24, 2020

College of Business accounting students offer free tax prep with changes for COVID-19

POCATELLO – Students in the Idaho State University College of Business accounting programs will continue to offer the community and fellow students the opportunity to have their taxes filed for free as part of the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program with important changes to comply with Covid-19 guidelines.

By Kelsey West, Business Marketing Director | November 24, 2020

ISU Ombuds are available to help

November 23, 2020