ISU News: College of Technology
Idaho State University to Conduct Annual CarFit Event
September 22, 2022
Are you and your vehicle a good fit? It may not be something that many people consider, but answering that question could play a vital role in your health.
Idaho State to Offer Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy Degree
August 15, 2022
Beginning this fall, Idaho State University will offer a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy degree for respiratory therapists currently working in the field.
Surveying Students Earn National Recognition by Placing Second in Annual Competition
July 22, 2022
A team of student surveyors from the Surveying Geomatics/Civil Engineering Technology programs along with two team advisors traveled to Washington D.C./Arlington, VA this past year March 30 – April 1, 2022 to participate in the NSPS 21st Annual Student Competition.
Health Occupations Chair Dr. Henry Oh Presents at International Congress in South America
May 5, 2022
Dr. Henry Oh, Department Chair of Health Occupations at the College of Technology, presented at the International Congress of Nursing, Biochemistry and Pharmacy (Congreso Internacional Multidisciplinario de Las Carreras de Enfermeria, Bioquimica Y Farmacia) in South America on April 27 and 28, 2022.
Rockwell Automation Makes Gift to the Idaho State University Energy Systems Technology and Education Center
April 22, 2021
Idaho State Continuing Education and Workforce Training to host upcoming 2021 Emergency Medicine Conference
December 14, 2020
POCATELLO – Portneuf Medical Center and Portneuf Air Rescue have partnered with Idaho State University’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT) to sponsor their third Emergency Medicine Conference on April 30 through May 1.
Idaho State names Ronneburg interim dean of College of Technology
December 2, 2020
POCATELLO – Idaho State University has named Debra Ronneburg interim dean of the College of Technology. Ronneburg will assume the interim position in January after Scott Rasmussen retires from the University.
College of Technology Dean Scott Rasmussen announces retirement from Idaho State University
November 12, 2020
POCATELLO – Scott Rasmussen, longtime dean of the College of Technology, has announced his plans to retire from Idaho State University on Jan. 15.