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Dr. Mashal, in foreground, instructing students.

ISU engineering Professor/CAES Fellow Mustafa Mashal receives 2020 Alfred Noble Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers

July 17, 2020

POCATELLO – Idaho State University civil and environmental engineering Associate Professor and Center for Advanced Energy Fellow Mustafa Mashal has been honored with the 2020 Alfred Noble Prize for being the lead author on the paper “Low-Damage Seismic Design for Accelerated Bridge Construction,” which appeared in the Journal of Bridge Engineering, July 2019.

Benny the Bengal posing at the Pocatello campus Benny's Pantry

ISU Benny’s Pantries receive $10,000 from Albertsons Companies Nourishing Neighbors Program

July 17, 2020

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Benny’s Pantry, with locations in Pocatello, Meridian and Idaho Falls – has received a $10,000 donation from the Albertsons Companies Nourishing Neighbors Program that will help approximately 400 ISU students and their families.

Melissa Millican Named Interim Title IX Coordinator

July 16, 2020

ISU’s summer concert series to present Flash Drive July 16

July 14, 2020

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Student Leadership and Engagement Center is sponsoring a free concert by Flash Drive at 6 p.m. July 16 on the Hutchinson Quadrangle.

Volunteers Needed for Lunch with the Colleges Event

July 13, 2020

New Student Orientation Volunteers Needed

July 13, 2020

Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research Set July 23-24 Virtually

July 13, 2020

Be A Bengal Winners- June

July 13, 2020

Kennalee Orme posing in chemistry lab.

ISU chemistry student Orme’s research poster places second nationally; undergraduate appreciates research opportunities

July 13, 2020

POCATELLO – Idaho State University senior Kennalee Orme from Rexburg won second place for her research poster at the POLY Industrial Advisory Board sponsored Undergraduate Research in Polymer Science Symposium at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society this summer.

Professor Jenkins in her lab holding a beaker.

ISU chemistry Professor Jenkins lands $308k NSF grant to use waste sulfur to remove contaminants from wastewater, create greener glues

July 13, 2020

POCATELLO – Each year worldwide about 150 billion pounds of elemental sulfur waste is produced from refining crude oil and Idaho State University chemistry Assistant Professor Courtney Jenkins, assisted by a team of ISU undergraduate students, is trying to create functional materials from it.