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Rupp Debate Society to host online debate on "#MeToo"

April 27, 2020

ISU Professor Emeritus, AAAS Fellow Wayne Minshall dies at Age 81

April 23, 2020

'He taught folks a lot of skills, not only stream ecology.'

ISU Libraries - Remotely Helping Students

April 23, 2020

Explore online exhibitions featuring ISU art professor

April 23, 2020

Using your Flexible Spending Account

April 23, 2020

ISU computer science students volunteer to scrub laptops for Idaho students in need

April 23, 2020

POCATELLO – Three Idaho State University computer science students volunteered for United Way of Southeast Idaho and Idaho Business for Education to help scrub donated computers to distribute to Idaho students in need of a device.

ROARING Remotely- April 23

April 23, 2020

ISU's Team Bird Brain receives $358,000 funding extension from National Institutes of Health

April 21, 2020

ISU's TEAM BIRD BRAIN, the lab of Associate Professor of Neurophysiology Jason Pilarski, recently received funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support a project entitled "MECHANISMS OF RESPIRATORY-RELATED RHYTHMIC MOTOR ACTIVITY AND PLASTICITY IN THE DEVELOPING AVIAN BRAIN STEM" (Direct costs= $358,572).

Chris Wagner points to where a tree was hit by lightning.

ISU to Celebrate Arbor Day with online ISU Campus Tree Tour, Tree Campus USA Designation

April 21, 2020

POCATELLO – Coronavirus be darned – Idaho State University is celebrating Arbor Day in style with the release of a new online ISU Campus Tree Tour, following the recognition that University was designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation earlier this spring.

Southeastern Idaho Public Health works with ISU, private providers and Express Lab to increase access to COVID-19 PCR testing

April 21, 2020

Southeastern Idaho Public Health is partnering with Idaho State University, area private providers, and Express Lab to conduct COVID-19 PCR (polymerise chain reaction ) testing starting on Thursday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The testing will run for at least the next 2-1/2 weeks. This testing is for current infection only and will be collected by nasal swab only.