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Ryan Gerulf, Director of Development for the Kasiska Division of Health Sciences, Bill “Action” Jackson, Northwest Health Science and Scholarship Initiative President, Rex Force, Vice President for Health Sciences and Senior Vice Provost for Idaho State University, Teresa Conner, Dean for the College of Health at Idaho State University, Kevin Satterlee, President of Idaho State University

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

May 23, 2022

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.

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Idaho State University Sign Language Interpreting program awarded $2.1 million grant to fund Promoting Equity in Healthcare Interpreting project

April 29, 2022

The United States Department of Education, through its Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) has awarded $2.1 million to Idaho State University (ISU) researcher Elizabeth Schniedewind, clinical associate professor for sign language interpreting.

Awardees Announced for the Kasiska Division of Health Sciences Achievement Awards

April 28, 2022

Virtual Fair for Students Interested in Becoming a PA

March 30, 2022

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New Homeland Security and Emergency Management Degree Prepares Disaster Response Experts to Work in Wide Array of Fields

March 17, 2022

When disaster strikes, emergency managers and response teams mobilize. When threats to national security present themselves, homeland security officials go to work to protect communities from all types of danger.

Idaho State University Health Fair Returns March 10

February 28, 2022

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School of Nursing receives $25,000 Hirning Family Excellence in Nursing Scholarship Endowment

February 14, 2022

The family of a 1956 nursing graduate has pledged $25,000 in scholarship funds for full time nursing students at Idaho State University. 

Kami McGann

“Choose Joy” Endowment Established in honor of ISU Alumna

January 3, 2022

Choose joy.  Words you could hear not only spoken, but could also witness being lived and embodied by the late Kami McGann, a 2005 Idaho State University graduate, mother of two and medical laboratory scientist. To honor her life and memory, the new Kami McGann “Choose Joy” Scholarship Endowment created by Kami’s husband Scott, aims to share Kami’s love of medical laboratory science, her infectious joyful spirit, and help with tuition costs for students at ISU. 

Are You Up for a Challenge? Homeland Security and Emergency Management Webinar

December 13, 2021

Idaho State Professor Set to Receive Doctorate and Serve on an Ad Hoc Advisory Board

December 13, 2021