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ISU senior Rituraj Yadav helps draft Resolution of Welcome for Pocatello

POCATELLO – Idaho State University senior Rituraj Yadav, who is chair of the city of Pocatello Human Relations Advisory Committee (HRAC), led efforts to draft and present the Resolution of Welcome, which was recently adopted in Pocatello.

By Tori Parks, Marketing Intern | October 7, 2020

Idaho State University to host Indigenous Peoples Day events Oct. 12-15

POCATELLO — To celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, Idaho State University will host a week of virtual events from Oct. 12 to 15, including talks, workshops, film screenings and Q&As. 

October 7, 2020

Physics doctoral student Connor Harper is Idaho State Career Path Intern of the Month for October

POCATELLO – Idaho State University physics doctoral student Connor Harper is the October Idaho State Career Path Intern of the Month.

By Tatyana Van Etten, Career Center coordinator | October 6, 2020

Idaho State Ambassadors see changes in roles due to COVID-19

POCATELLO – Idaho State University ambassadors play crucial roles in new student enrollment, but because of COVID-19, their roles have shifted.  

By Tori Parks, Marketing Intern | October 6, 2020

Aryn Truesdell is September ISU Career Path Intern of the Month; Works with SE Idaho Council of Governments

POCATELLO – Idaho State University senior Aryn Truesdell, a senior majoring in marketing with a minor in advocacy, is the September ISU Career Path Intern of the Month.

By Tatyana Van Etten, Career C. Intern Coordinator | September 4, 2020

ISU undergrad Robbie Spiers off to fast start doing high-level research

POCATELLO – While the vast majority of his classmates were preparing for the new 2020 fall semester by buying books and doing the usual things, Idaho State University junior Robbie Spiers was delivering a “Broadcast talk” at the American Chemical Society’s 2020 Virtual Meeting and Expo, held Aug. 14-17.

September 1, 2020

ISU freshman Emma Watts co-authors book about mental health amid COVID-19

POCATELLO – Idaho State University freshman Emma Watts didn’t have the typical summer before college. With quarantine and stay at home orders amid COVID-19, she took the summer to co-author a book about how to cope with mental health during COVID-19.

By Tori Parks, Marketing Career Path Intern | September 1, 2020

SARE program gives ISU undergrad Alyssa DeSmit the research opportunity to help unravel mysteries of Gibson Jack drainage

POCATELLO – On many mornings this summer, Idaho State University geosciences undergraduate student Alyssa DeSmit has been hiking up the Gibson Jack Creek, often accompanied by ISU geosciences Masters student Thane Kindred, to measure the quality of the creek’s headwaters.

August 18, 2020

ISU Week of Welcome features full slate of activities

POCATELLO – Idaho State University will continue to host a variety of Week of Welcome activities for returning students.

August 18, 2020

ISU receives $12,000 from Mexican Consulate for scholarship funding

Deadline for Applying is Aug. 23

August 17, 2020

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