ISU News: Research
'Lunch and Learn' tour shows off Eames Advanced Technical Education and Innovation Complex facilities
Community members, local decision-makers, media representatives and Idaho State University faculty and staff visited the William M. and Karin A. Eames Advanced Technical Education and Innovation Complex on May 22 to tour newly renovated research laboratories and technology classrooms.
May 25, 2018
ISU Big Beam team to compete in National PCI Big Beam Competition, will hold final beam test on May 25
POCATELLO – Idaho State University Civil and Environmental Engineering students will hold the final destructive testing of their big concrete beam on May 25 at 9:30 a.m. in the Structural Laboratory at the Engineering Research Complex (ERC) on 1030 S. Second Ave. in Pocatello.
May 22, 2018
ISU research team earns fellowship to Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to use statistics to better predict cloud formation
POCATELLO – A team of three international researchers from Idaho State University using math and statistics to help better predict cloud formation and the weather have been awarded a Computing Sciences Research Pathways Fellowship to Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, this summer.
May 18, 2018
14 Idaho State University students awarded INBRE Fellowship
POCATELLO – Fourteen Idaho State University undergraduate students were awarded an Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) fellowship for the summer that start on May 23.
May 18, 2018
Two ISU researchers interviewed for Idaho Public TV's ‘Taking the Reins’ on Idaho Experience about Kittie Wilkins, ‘Horse Queen of Idaho’
POCATELLO – Two Idaho State University researchers, Phil Homan and Laura Woodworth-Ney, were interviewed for the Idaho Public Television program “Taking the Reins” that will air on Idaho Experience at 8:30 p.m. May 24.
May 15, 2018
ISU Idaho Museum of Natural History prehistoric bison skull to be transported to exhibit in South Dakota
POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Idaho Museum of Natural History will loan a large, prehistoric bison skull to the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, South Dakota on May 12-13.
May 7, 2018
ISU graduate student Camerin Passey “excited” to make mark on world
POCATELLO – Idaho State University Doctor of Pharmacy graduate student Camerin Passey is excited for many things after graduation, but the first that comes to mind is supporting his growing family.
By Tori Parks, Marketing Career Path Intern | May 1, 2018
Idaho State University’s Kasiska Division of Health Sciences dedicates day of research to tackling Idaho’s opioid crisis
POCATELLO - The overuse of opioids is an area of significant concern for a multitude of organizations and agencies across the state of Idaho, the United States, and even the world. Those in the healthcare professions at Idaho State University (ISU) are working to be a part of the solution by conducting research, making changes to their curriculum, and encouraging partnerships with other groups who are working toward the same goal: combating the ever growing opioid epidemic.
By Lee Ann Hancock, DHS/Pharmacy Marketing Director | May 1, 2018
Three Idaho State University faculty members honored as 2018 Distinguished Faculty
POCATELLO – Three Idaho State University faculty will be honored as Distinguished Faculty at ISU Commencement on May 5 in the Holt Arena. The recipients are Glenda Carr, Andy Holland and Michele Brumley.
April 27, 2018
Idaho State University forensic anthropologists, law enforcement team up for forensic training
POCATELLO – The orange and black carrion beetle relieved itself on Christian Petersen’s hand and flew off.
April 24, 2018