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Physical Therapy Students Create Respite Program for Families and Individuals with Special Needs

January 3, 2023

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Speech Language Pathology Professor Receives Newly Established College of Health Teaching Fellowship

December 22, 2022

Dental Hygiene Graduate Student Wins First Place in International Conference

December 15, 2022

Two physical therapists work on a patient's leg.

Students Collaborate to Provide Free Physical Therapy Services to Those in Need

December 15, 2022

Students in Idaho State University’s physical therapy program are now offering free physical therapy services for individuals at or below 200% of the Idaho poverty line.

Idaho State to receive $3 Million Grant to Establish Community Health Worker Collaborative Program

November 21, 2022

Idaho State University is set to receive nearly $3 million over several years to establish a Community Health Worker Collaborative program for the state, designed to grow the community and public health workforce.

Idaho State University Health Science Experience Night set November 9 in Pocatello

November 3, 2022

Idaho Immunization Coalition to Offer Free Flu, Covid-19 Vaccines at Drive-By Clinic

September 28, 2022

Dana Gaudet Receives International Leadership Award

September 1, 2022

Chris Jackson

Idaho State University Mourns the Passing of Chris Jackson

August 15, 2022

Christina (Chris) Jackson, an integral member of the Idaho State University College of Pharmacy family, or “pharmily” as they call it, passed away Monday, August 8, 2022 at her home in Wasilla, AK. At 43, Chris leaves behind two young children and other family members who will miss her most deeply. 

Idaho State University School of Nursing Working to Meet Increasing Need for Mental Health Care

August 3, 2022

Idaho State University’s School of Nursing is seeing increased enrollment in its Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program, helping alleviate a shortage of mental health professionals in the state.