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Idaho State virtual Winter Commencement honors 1,254 fall and summer graduates

‘There is no masking the power of the winter class of 2020’

December 12, 2020

'In This Together' is not just a cliché

Southeastern Idaho Public Health and Idaho State University team up to store incoming COVID-19 vaccine

By Lee Ann Waldron, Kasiska Sr. Marketing Director | December 10, 2020

ISU student Allen Savant will complete his degree 27 years after starting it

POCATELLO – At Idaho State’s virtual winter commencement ceremony on Dec. 12, 50-year-old Allen Savant will receive a training certificate from the College of Education and he is due to graduate with a workplace training and leadership Bachelor of Science degree in May.

December 10, 2020

College of Business launches first episode of its new Financial Literacy Radio Show

POCATELLO – The first episode of the Idaho State University College of Business’s Financial Literacy Radio Show aired on Thursday, Dec. 3. The show is hosted by finance professor and College of Business alumnus, Chris Chatwin. During the first episode, Chatwin interviewed alumnus and chief executive officer of ISU Federal Credit Union, Doug Chambers.

December 9, 2020

Call for Applications - CAES Summer Visiting Faculty Program 2021 - Due 01/04/21

The fourth annual CAES Summer Visiting Faculty Program (CSVFP) is now open for FY 2021 applications. This collaborative program is designed to bring together CAES university faculty and INL researchers to build new relationships/networks, interact, and develop new joint-funded research programs.

December 9, 2020

Notification of Student Rights With Respect to Education Records

December 8, 2020

Idaho State virtual Winter Commencement to honor 1,254 fall and summer graduates

POCATELLO – Idaho State University will confer 1,254 degrees and certificates at virtual Winter Commencement ceremonies at 2 p.m. Dec. 12.

December 7, 2020

Website Training for December

December 7, 2020

Idaho State speaker takes third, receives top honors for speaking ability

ABILENE, Texas – Idaho State University’s Joseph Tyler argued his way to top speaker and third-place varsity speaker Dec. 5 and 6 at the second annual Joseph Cardot Invitational hosted by Abilene Christian University. Tyler delivered an impressive 236 speaker points out of a maximum possible total of 240.

December 7, 2020

A message from the Sagebrush Steppe

December 7, 2020