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Kevin Satterlee officially inaugurated as Idaho State University’s 13th President

POCATELLO – Student success is one of the many reasons Bengals roar, Idaho State University President Kevin Satterlee said at his official inauguration held April 26 at the ISU Stephens Performing Arts Center.  

April 26, 2019

ISU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering receives $110k grant to offer precast concrete engineering design studio

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has received about $110,000 to offer a precast concrete engineering design studio.

April 24, 2019

ISU, USGS dryland soil carbon study at Idaho National Laboratory yields surprising results

POCATELLO – The results of a 20-year “drylands” experiment at the Idaho National Laboratory by Idaho State University researchers and partners has yielded surprising results, including that native sagebrush shrub communities process soil carbon much differently than non-native crested wheatgrass stands.

April 24, 2019

ISU Central Academic Advising surveys LatinX students to improve graduation rates

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Central Academic Advising Office surveyed LatinX, or Latino/Hispanic, students at ISU this spring in an effort to improve their graduation rates.

April 23, 2019

ISU Officials, Dignitaries Announce $4 Million Renovation for Davis Field

Renovations include replacing the track and renovating the soccer field.

April 23, 2019

Twelve alumni honored with Idaho State University 2019 Professional Achievement Awards  

POCATELLO – Twelve Idaho State University alumni will be honored with ISU 2019 Professional Achievement Awards at ISU Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 4, in Holt Arena.

April 23, 2019

ISU and ARS researchers improve method to measure soil carbon at National Science Foundation Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory in Southwest Idaho

POCATELLO – There is two to three times as much carbon in the Earth’s soil than in its atmosphere, which has important implications with regard to the effects of climate change, and scientists working at the National Science Foundation’s Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory in southwest Idaho have developed a better method for estimating soil carbon.

April 23, 2019

Employment Opportunities

April 22, 2019

Hundreds Attend Employee Appreciation Week events

April 22, 2019

Idaho Museum of Natural History to host “Discover Exoplanets: The Search for Alien Worlds" traveling exhibit

POCATELLO – “Discover Exoplanets: The Search for Alien Worlds” is a national traveling exhibition exploring the fascinating world of space and astronomy that opens on April 25 at the Idaho Museum of Natural History.

April 22, 2019