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Student-written book gains attention of PBS for a World War II documentary

POCATELLO – Over the last several years, the Idaho State University College of Business has offered a “Collaborative Creativity” class, led by Associate Professor Alex Bolinger, in which students research a historic topic and write a book together on that topic. Now one of the classes will be the subject of a PBS documentary.

By Charlotte McBride, Business Marketing Intern | March 2, 2020

ISU Rupp debaters make big statement

POCATELLO –  Idaho State University’s Rupp Debate Squad earned gold at a Climb Online debate tournament held Feb. 22-23.  The team delivered first-place wins in varsity open and junior varsity contests, as well as three of the top five spots in overall speaking honors.

February 27, 2020

ISU Pinyon Jay Press to host lecture, workshop with printmaker Andrew Huot

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Pinyon Jay Press will host a free lecture with printmaker Andrew Huot on the art of printmaking on March 12 at 4 p.m. in Room 401 in the Fine Arts Building.

By Tori Parks, Marketing Intern | February 27, 2020

Health screenings, individualized health plans, education, food and demonstrations to highlight 2020 Idaho State University Health Fair

Annual Health Fair to be held March 5 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Pond Student Union Ballroom

By By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Marketing Director | February 27, 2020

Local high schoolers prepare for national We the People competition

 POCATELLO – Southeast Idaho high school students dominated in Boise, and now they’re heading to Washington, D.C. to compete on the national stage.

February 27, 2020

Math, physics, philosophy and writing all have a place in Alec Lepisto’s world

POCATELLO – Senior Idaho State University Honors Program student Alec Lepisto believes in living a well-rounded life and his academic and private pursuits show he walks his talk.

February 27, 2020

Idaho State-Civic Symphony to perform “Tales of Sorrow and Triumph” at the Stephens Performing Arts Center

Program to feature "My Name is Mitka," a piece by Boise-based composer and BYU Idaho graduate Jordan Roper

By Laura Soldati, TheLAgency.net | February 27, 2020

ISU Research Office awards more than $51,000 through Small Grant Program; 2020 proposals due March 1

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Office for Research recently awarded more than $51,000 to researchers across campus through the University’s Internal Small Grant (ISG) program and proposals for the spring 2020 ISG program competition are due to Sponsored Programs and Support by March 1.

February 27, 2020

Student Expression webpage is live

February 27, 2020

Alan Johnson to give reading from newly published novel

February 27, 2020