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Graduate School Accepting Books for 2022 K-4 Book Drive

October 6, 2022

For the third year, the Idaho State University Graduate School is hosting their Annual Book Drive to benefit local elementary schools.

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2022 Graduate Research Symposium Winners Announced

March 31, 2022

The 8th annual Graduate Research Symposium featured an impressive 80 submissions for the event held on March 16, 2022. 

Mel Anderson presents her graduate research

Idaho State University Students Bring Home Top Prizes at 3MT Competition

March 1, 2022

Idaho State University graduate students brought home both a first place and a People’s Choice award at the statewide 3 Minute Thesis competition in February. 

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Graduate School K-4 Book Drive a Success in 2021

December 20, 2021

Idaho State University Receives $1.5 million to Offer Scholarships, Increase Rural Mental Health Care

November 18, 2021

A $1.5 million investment from the Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health will help Idaho State University increase the number of mental health providers in Idaho and improve access to health care in rural communities, through the creation of two new programs.

NSF - Graduate Research Fellowship Program Webinar

October 4, 2021

2021 Graduate Research Symposium

February 22, 2021

Sarah Godsey kicking back in a slot canyon.

Idaho State receives $1.3 million from NSF to study intermittent streams

October 28, 2020

Wide-ranging project includes workforce development, educational training

Students operating new console.

Nuclear reactor console ribbon-cutting/dedication Oct. 20 among Nuclear Science Week activities at Idaho State

October 15, 2020

POCATELLO – A ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony for the new operating console for Idaho State University’s research and training nuclear reactor will be held on Oct. 20 as part of Nuclear Science Week activities at the University.

Students, faculty member involved in show.

ISU biology students start KISU radio series on mental health

October 1, 2020

POCATELLO – Three Idaho State University biological science students have started a new KISU radio series on mental health called Mind Tap that will begin Oct. 2 at 7:35 a.m.