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Employment Opportunity

November 14, 2019

Nutrition Research Study Volunteers Requested

November 14, 2019

Blood Drive Set Nov. 20

November 14, 2019

 ISU, United Way, Educate Idaho Network Partner to Invest in Local STEM Program

November 14, 2019

ISU Career Path Internship Supervisor of the Semester is Velma Payne

November 13, 2019

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Career Path Internship program has announced that Velma Payne, health informatics assistant professor and director, as the Fall 2019 CPI Supervisor of the Semester.

Poster about Clark County John Doe being found

Clark County John Doe discovered in 1979 identified by ISU, UNH and DNA DOE Project researchers

November 13, 2019

POCATELLO – The DNA Doe Project, with help from Idaho State University  anthropologist Samantha Blatt and former ISU faculty Amy Michael, has made a tentative positive identification of Clark County, Idaho/Buffalo Cave John Doe, whose remains were originally found in 1979.

Portion of Pacific Alone book cover

Idaho State University announces 2019 National Outdoor Book Awards

November 13, 2019

NOTE: Color scans (print quality), complete reviews, and other supplementary art work may be downloaded from: http://www.noba-web.org/bookrel19.htm The hometowns of the authors are included at the end.

A monument in Uzbekistan

College of Business Professor Houghton receives Fulbright Specialist appointment to Uzbekistan

November 13, 2019

POCATELLO – Bob Houghton, associate professor of Informatics and interim associate dean of the College of Business, is currently visiting Uzbekistan under the Fulbright Specialist program where he will remain for the next six weeks until Dec. 13.

‘Do Wealthy Nations have an Obligation to Admit Immigrants?’ is topic of Nov. 19 debate

November 12, 2019

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Rupp Debate Society, together with the ISU philosophy program, will explore the question: “Do Wealthy Nations have an Obligation to Admit Immigrants?” during a panel discussion at 6 p.m. Nov. 19.

Monarch Butterfly with tag sticker on its wing.

Monarch butterfly conservation presentation set Nov. 20 at Idaho Museum of Natural History

November 12, 2019

POCATELLO – Western monarch butterflies are in dramatic decline requiring an “all hands on deck” approach to conserve this iconic species that will be the focus of a 7 p.m. Nov. 20 Discover the Naturalist Within lecture by Beth Waterbury at the Idaho Museum of Natural History.