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Idaho State University Graduate Research Symposium set April 2 features more than 60 students presenting research

March 24, 2016

POCATELLO – More than 60 students from Idaho State University will have the opportunity to present their academic research at the annual Graduate School Research Day Symposium on Saturday, April 2.

Photo of Donna Lybecker.

Idaho State University’s Donna Lybecker travels to New Zealand to speak at University of Otago

March 18, 2016

POCATELLO -- Donna Lybecker, chair of the Idaho State University Department of Political Science, recently traveled to Dunedin, New Zealand, where she spoke to students and faculty at the University of Otago about ecosystems services, the Portneuf River and policy narrative.

Intrepid Idaho State University doctoral student Ariana Tart-Zelvin aims to change a state of mind

March 8, 2016

POCATELLO—Idaho State University psychology doctoral student Ariana Tart-Zelvin has completed a dissertation study to better understand what brain areas are active when healthy adults use a cognitive strategy on a working memory task.

Idaho Academy of Science and Engineering annual meeting, Intermountain Conference on the Environment set March 31-April 2 at ISU

March 8, 2016

POCATELLO- The 58th Idaho Academy of Science and Engineering Annual Meeting and Symposium will meet jointly with the 16th Intermountain Conference on the Environment March 31-April 2 at the Idaho State University Pond Student Union.

Image of new levee.

Idaho State University MILES researchers play key role in City of Pocatello River Vision Study

March 7, 2016

POCATELLO – By providing input and informational tools Idaho State University researchers are assisting the citizens of Pocatello to create a new vision and plans for the Portneuf River running through the city.

Families with fighting siblings ages 4-11 sought for Idaho State University Psychology Clinic study

March 4, 2016

POCATELLO – Families with two or more children ages 4-11 who physically fight on a regular basis are sought for the Sibling Aggression Project clinical study being conducted by the Idaho State University Psychology Clinic.

Travis Helm (MS Geology at ISU) scanning a elk's back bone. You can see the digital image on the laptop as the real object is being laser-scanned.

Alumnus Rick Carron contributes to Idaho Virtualization Lab at the Idaho Museum of Natural History at Idaho State University

March 2, 2016

POCATELLO — Idaho State University alumnus Rick Carron is helping to make it possible for today’s ISU students to gain experience in a unique and specific field at the Idaho Virtualization Laboratory at the Idaho Museum of Natural History.

ISU Graduate Research Symposium winners announced

POCATELLO — Winners from Idaho State University’s fourth annual Graduate Research Symposium have been announced.

ISU Assistant Professor Jennifer Blaney receives Spencer Foundation Research Grant  

POCATELLO – Idaho State University Assistant Professor of Higher Education Jennifer Blaney was awarded a Small Research Grant from the Spencer Foundation to examine equity in undergraduate computing programs.

ISU’s Mashal among Center for Advanced Energy Studies inaugural cohort of CAES Fellows

POCATELLO – The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) has selected Idaho State University Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Mustafa Mashal as one of six new CAES Fellows.