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Mustafa Mashal greeting Bill Gates at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. in 2010.

ISU Professor Mustafa Mashal Earns Fulbright and Erskine Fellowships to Qatar and New Zealand

April 25, 2022

An Idaho State University professor has landed two of the most prestigious national and international fellowships.

Seven Proposals from ISU Researchers Selected for CAES Collaboration Program Development Funds

April 13, 2022

Seven projects pairing researchers from Idaho State University’s College of Science and Engineering with their Idaho National Laboratory counterparts are getting a boost from the Center for Advanced Energy Studies. 

Citizen Scientists and Trees Needed for Seasonality Research in Pocatello

April 8, 2022

The Idaho State University Department of Biological Sciences needs your help researching the trees around Pocatello.

A group of students who are members of SACNAS

SACNAS at Idaho State University Nationally Recognized

March 17, 2022

One of Idaho State University’s newest student organizations has been officially recognized by its national counterpart. 

A group of students look at a computer

Idaho State University to Offer Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering, Master's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering Starting Fall 2022

March 14, 2022

Idaho State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department will soon offer a pair of new academic programs. 

Idaho State University Paleontologist Reacts to Jurassic World: Dominion Trailer

February 22, 2022

Cameron Brooks

Cameron Brooks Named Senior Director of Development for ISU’s College of Science and Engineering

February 8, 2022

Kristen Lane in her laboratory

Idaho State University Biologist Awarded $1.5 Million National Institutes of Health Grant to Fight Malaria

February 1, 2022

An Idaho State University researcher is getting a big boost to battle one of the world’s most deadly parasites.   Recently, Dr. Kristin Lane, Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry, was awarded a $1.5 million New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health to study Plasmodium falciparum, the most deadly of the parasites that cause malaria.

Claire McKay

Idaho State Alumna Authors Book on Data Privacy

January 27, 2022

Your data, how it’s used, and who has access to it have been hot topics in recent years. Now, an Idaho State University Alumna is tackling the issue in a new book. 

portrait of Anthony Davis

Idaho State University Chemistry Student Earns Fellowship From American Chemical Society

January 21, 2022

An Idaho State University undergrad has taken home an honor from the American Chemical Society.