ISU News: Research
Idaho State University geosciences doctoral student Caitlin Rushlow’s research recognized at world’s largest geosciences meeting
February 8, 2018
POCATELLO – The honor for a winning prestigious research award was nice, but Idaho State University geosciences doctoral degree candidate Caitlin Rushlow enjoyed her time in the field in Arctic Alaska doing her research even better.
Idaho State University Clinical Psychology doctoral program ranked fourth best in USA by Best Counseling Degrees
February 6, 2018
POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Clinical Psychology doctoral program is ranked the fourth best in the United States by BestCounselingDegrees.net.
Wives of NFL players say concussions underreported according to studies by Idaho State University’s Caroline Faure
January 30, 2018
POCATELLO – After corresponding with wives of current and former NFL players, Idaho State University researcher Caroline Faure has concluded that concussion is likely underreported in the NFL and that the wives and families of concussed and potentially concussed players could use more support.
Lend us your ears: Idaho State University researchers conducting hearing study
January 26, 2018
POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is looking for research participants between the ages of 8 and 9 to have hearing and auditory processing done from January to December.
ISU Oboler Library acquires author Annie Pike Greenwood Collection that will be focus of PBS documentary
December 19, 2017
POCATELLO – The Annie Greenwood Pike Collection of her writings, which was acquired by the Idaho State University Oboler Library Special Collections and Archives in June, will be the focus of a PBS documentary.
Idaho State University December's CPI Intern of the Month is Leah Kollmeyer
December 5, 2017
POCATELLO – Leah Kollmeyer, a senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in psychology at Idaho State University, has been named the December Career Path Intern of the Month.
Idaho ancient bison fossils now available in 3-D thanks to Bureau of Reclamation, Idaho Museum of Natural History
December 4, 2017
BOISE, Idaho — The Bureau of Reclamation and the Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH), which is located on the Idaho State University campus in Pocatello, have partnered to make fossils more available to the public. Beginning today, the 3-D scan models of Bison latifrons specimens are available online to view, download, and print in 3-D.
On the cutting edge: ISU-Meridian researchers develop method to reduce drug toxicity
November 30, 2017
MERIDIAN— Researchers at the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center are a step closer to finding a way to reduce severe side effects caused by powerful drugs used to treat illness and disease.
Idaho State University engineering department, students get two more testing facilities – drop/impact site, asphalt lab – up and running
November 17, 2017
POCATELLO – Another two Idaho State University civil engineering testing facilities, built and refurbished by students, are ready to be used for teaching, research and testing by the University and general communities.
ISU Professor Elizabeth Brunner receives grant from Idaho Humanities Council to travel to China for conduct research
November 7, 2017
POCATELLO – Elizabeth Brunner, a professor in the Idaho State University Department of Communication, Media and Persuasion, recently received a $3,500 grant from the Idaho Humanities Council to fund her travel to China to conduct research for her next book.