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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

How your United Way donations help the community

November 23, 2020

ISU College of Business offering online Bachelor of Science program for those holding an associate degree

POCATELLO – The College of Business at Idaho State University has been approved to begin offering a fully online completion degree for those holding an Associate of Science or Associate of Arts degree from another institution. Students completing the program will earn a Bachelor of Science degree in general business.

By Kelsey West, COB Director of Marketing | November 20, 2020

Idaho State University one of a few to implement 3D bioprinting

Researchers employ innovative technology in drug research 

By McKenzie Dalley, Career Path Intern | November 20, 2020

Employment Opportunities

November 19, 2020

Salvation Army Bell Ringer Day Nov. 28

November 19, 2020

Pocatello Student Physical Therapy Association to sponsor virtual fun run

November 19, 2020

Center for Advanced Energy Dec. 3 Codebreaker Seminar features GM of Idaho Falls Power

The general manager of Idaho Falls Power will present at the CAES Codebreaker seminar on December 3 at 3:30 p.m.

COVID-19 restrictions affect remaining performances of 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream'

POCATELLO – Due to the newly announced Stage 2 COVID-19 protocols of limiting gatherings to 10 people or less announced by Gov. Brad Little, remaining performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by the Idaho State School of Performing Arts will be affected.

November 19, 2020