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Sign Up For Soccer! Spring Late 8 Week PE Activity Course Available

February 24, 2020

Employment Opportunity

February 24, 2020

Website Training - Upcoming sessions

February 24, 2020

Students Attend Idaho Rural Health Association Day at the Capitol

February 24, 2020

RESPOND: Mental Health Training for Faculty and Staff

February 24, 2020

Bengal Welcome Center Opens in Pond Student Union

February 20, 2020

Philip Homan to Teach Maynooth University History Department Research Seminar

February 20, 2020

Wish a fond farewell to Melisa Moon

February 20, 2020

Jessica Winston to give lecture on historical BBC radio series

February 20, 2020

ISU Professor Finney co-authors study supporting theory earliest North American humans arrived by ocean route

POCATELLO – A study co-authored by Idaho State University Professor Bruce Finney bolsters the argument that more than 15,000 years ago that the first humans who traveled to North America used a coastal route, traveling by boat, as opposed to traveling from the north, walking over a land bridge and then southward between the large retreating glaciers.

By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Marketing Director | February 19, 2020