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University Business Officer, Fred Parrish selected for the 2024-2025 NACUBO Fellows Program

May 23, 2024

 Zachery McLane, student, Cori Jenkins, associate professor of chemistry at Idaho State University, and Cal Norby, student, pose for a photo.

From Rejection to Redemption: Idaho State Prof. Awarded NSF CAREER Grant to Develop Next-Gen Fertilizers

May 23, 2024

When Cori Jenkins received an email rejecting a research proposal she had spent countless hours drafting, to say she was disappointed would be an understatement. 

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Idaho State University to Offer Bachelor’s in Software Engineering Starting Fall 2024

May 20, 2024

From left, Idaho State University students Bektur Akkabakov, Adil Ahmed, Isabella Dougherty, and Idaho State University Professor Yury Gryazin pose for a photo in Gryazin’s office on ISU’s Pocatello campus.

Advanced Mathematical Modeling Research Using Machine Learning Gets Started at Idaho State University

April 25, 2024

Building accurate models relating to climate, machines, or the cosmos requires sophisticated mathematics. That's where folks like Idaho State University Professor Yury Gryazin and his students are stepping in.

Pocatello Community Charter School’s Eastern Idaho Science Olympiad team poses for a photo after winning the 2024 competition.

Eastern Idaho Science Olympiad Hosted at Idaho State University

April 25, 2024

Left, Amir Ali, associate professor of nuclear engineering at Idaho State University, looks on as Marty Blair, vice president for research and economic development, signs a memorandum of understanding between ISU and Gachon University in South Korea.

Idaho State University Signs New MoU with Gachon University in South Korea

April 11, 2024

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ISU Physics Professor Nabs Funding for STEM Outreach Programs, Teacher Workshops

April 1, 2024

Mustafa Mashal and two students

Quake Breaker: Idaho State Prof.’s Invention May Save Lives During Earthquakes

March 25, 2024

On the football field, a defense that bends but doesn’t break is a good thing. When it comes to buildings fending off the extreme forces of an earthquake, it’s also precisely what you want a structure to do. Now, the creation of an Idaho State University professor may enable future buildings to mount a formidable defense against nature.

Research and Creative Works Symposium winners pose with Marty Blair, VP for research and Tracy Collum, associate dean for the graduate school in the SUB Ballroom on March 13, 2024

Announcing the 2024 Idaho State University’s Research and Creative Works Symposium Winners

March 21, 2024

Idaho State University hosted the first Research and Creative Works Symposium on Wednesday, March 13, 2024, at the Earl R. Pond Student Union building, and at the Sam and Aline Skaggs Health Science Center in Meridian, Idaho, where a combination of undergraduate and graduate students displayed and presented their research and creations.

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From Concept to Implementation: ISU Civil Engineering Leading Research into Earthquake-Resistant Bridges

February 5, 2024

To the untrained eye it may not look like much, but you can see a piece of groundbreaking concrete on Interstate 15 at Exit 80 in Fort Hall thanks to the work of researchers at Idaho State University.