ISU News: Student Life
White House Internship Provides Valuable Experience for Idaho State University Student
August 3, 2022
On the Fourth of July, Idaho State University senior Eric Morris had the opportunity of a lifetime— he was volunteering at the White House.
Student Employee of the Year Winners Announced
April 6, 2022
To commemorate National Student Employment Week, the Idaho State University Career Center and Scholarship Office have selected four outstanding student employees for going above and beyond in their job duties. The University’s Student Employee of the Year receives a $2,000 scholarship.
Local Vickers Family establishes a scholarship endowment at the ISU College of Business
December 21, 2020
POCATELLO – Most anyone from Pocatello or the surrounding area is familiar with Vickers Western Store on Yellowstone Avenue, or on North Holmes Avenue in Idaho Falls. Bill Vickers, an Idaho State University College of Business alumni, opened the Pocatello store in 1976 and it remains a vital part of the business community.
Idaho State to host virtual New Year’s Eve Gala scholarship fundraiser
December 15, 2020
POCATELLO – Supporters of the arts can help raise money for Idaho State University student scholarships from the comfort of their homes this year.
Idaho State virtual Winter Commencement honors 1,254 fall and summer graduates
December 12, 2020
‘There is no masking the power of the winter class of 2020’
ISU student Allen Savant will complete his degree 27 years after starting it
December 10, 2020
POCATELLO – At Idaho State’s virtual winter commencement ceremony on Dec. 12, 50-year-old Allen Savant will receive a training certificate from the College of Education and he is due to graduate with a workplace training and leadership Bachelor of Science degree in May.
Idaho State virtual Winter Commencement to honor 1,254 fall and summer graduates
December 7, 2020
POCATELLO – Idaho State University will confer 1,254 degrees and certificates at virtual Winter Commencement ceremonies at 2 p.m. Dec. 12.
Idaho State speaker takes third, receives top honors for speaking ability
December 7, 2020
ABILENE, Texas – Idaho State University’s Joseph Tyler argued his way to top speaker and third-place varsity speaker Dec. 5 and 6 at the second annual Joseph Cardot Invitational hosted by Abilene Christian University. Tyler delivered an impressive 236 speaker points out of a maximum possible total of 240.