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ISU President Satterlee meets with White House official to discuss COVID-19

October 30, 2020

 IDAHO FALLS – During a visit to Idaho on Thursday, Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House’s Global Health Ambassador, met with Gov. Brad Little, Idaho State University President Kevin Satterlee and state and regional leaders to discuss ways to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Idaho.

Call for Proposals: The Cultural Events Committee

October 29, 2020

Great Ideas in Teaching lecture set Oct. 30

October 29, 2020

PIE Faculty workshop set Nov. 4

October 29, 2020

Phil Homan Interviewed about the Idaho Horse Queen on BYUradio

October 29, 2020

Global Studies Department Chair publishes two books in one year

October 29, 2020

President Satterlee

Idaho State University opens distance learning classrooms at area high schools  

October 29, 2020

POCATELLO – High school students in Blackfoot, Fort Hall, Malad and Rockland can now take Idaho State University courses at their own high schools, thanks to new distance learning classrooms.

A painting of the ancient reptile the Skybalonyx.

ISU doctoral student Xavier Jenkins credited with discovery of 220-million-year-old reptile

October 29, 2020

POCATELLO – Over 220-million-years-ago, burrowed deep in the ground of what is now Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Park, lived the Skybalonyx. Though the Skybalonyx predates most dinosaurs, it was only recently discovered by Xavier Jenkins, an Idaho State University biological sciences doctoral student.

Sarah Godsey kicking back in a slot canyon.

Idaho State receives $1.3 million from NSF to study intermittent streams

October 28, 2020

Wide-ranging project includes workforce development, educational training

Nuclear Operations Technology Program students receive scholarship to attend operations training at Chernobyl in Ukraine

October 28, 2020

POCATELLO – Five students from the Idaho State University College of Technology Nuclear Operations Technology Program were given the opportunity to travel to Ukraine and visit the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in October.