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First-Generation College Graduate Establishes $25,000 Endowment to Support First-Generation Students

Growing up in a farming community in rural Idaho in the 1960s, Dr. Blaine Nisson never imagined he would now be a retired college president. From his choice to become the first person in his family to go to college in 1968 to graduating with a doctoral degree in 2003, Nisson says he attributes all of his success and life accomplishments back to that one decision to attend Idaho State University. 

By Aubi Crabtree | June 6, 2022

Summer Hours to Begin at the Idaho Museum of Natural History

By Amber Tews | May 31, 2022

Employment Opportunities May 31

May 31, 2022

ISU Professor Selected to Facilitate Statewide Idaho Nonprofit Leadership Retreat

Nonprofit CEOs and executive directors from Idaho’s 6,000 registered charitable nonprofit organizations will have the chance to learn from Idaho State University College of Education professor Dr. Rob Lion and his wife, Angie Lion, about leadership, management and organization development at this year’s Idaho Nonprofit Leadership Retreat hosted by the Idaho Nonprofit Center June 1-3. 

By Aubi Crabtree | May 31, 2022

Idaho Substitute Teacher Paid Leave Program to End This Week

May 31, 2022

Idaho State University Professor Creates Artificial Intelligence That Composes Music

When it comes to music, composition is one problem that has always vexed computers. Sure, they can string a few notes or lyrics together, but creating motifs—repeated musical patterns that create form and meaning—is a real challenge. Now, after more than seven years of riffing on the problem, an Idaho State University Computer Scientist has come up with the solution. 

2022 ISU Leadership Development - Early Registration

May 23, 2022

Idaho State Names Elizabeth Bowers CPI Supervisor of the Semester

Elizabeth Bowers has been named Idaho State University’s Career Path Internship program’s Spring 2022 CPI Supervisor of the semester. 

May 23, 2022

Employment Opportunities May 23

May 23, 2022

Northwest Health Science Scholarship Initiative’s John William Jackson Fund Doubles Scholarships for ISU Nursing Students

Idaho State University School of Nursing students will receive $28,000 in scholarships this year from the Northwest Health Science Scholarship Initiative - John William Jackson Fund.

May 23, 2022