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Idaho Retired Educators Donate $2,500 for College of Education Students Scholarships

February 10, 2022

ISU Research Office awards more than $78,000 through Small Grant Program

February 10, 2022

History Department to Host Speaker Series, "Across Borders"

February 10, 2022

Josh and Sandee Gehrke

Alumni Establish Scholarship to Benefit PharmD and MBA Students

February 10, 2022

Employment Opportunities Feb 10

February 10, 2022

A group of students look at a 3-D skeleton

Health Science Experience Night set for March 15 at ISU-Meridian

February 10, 2022

Idaho State University Nuclear Engineering students, Morgan Robbins, left, and Jordan Harley, right, pose for a picture in a laboratory at the Center for Advanced Energy Studies in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Idaho State University Students Leading the Way in Molten Sodium Research for Advanced Nuclear Reactors

February 10, 2022

When developing advanced designs for nuclear reactors, maximizing the transfer of heat provided by nuclear fuel is the name of the game. It’s this transfer of heat that leads to generating electricity, and efficiency is a key element. Now, two Idaho State University students are leading the research charge into how molten metal can get the most out of every ounce of fuel.

Cameron Brooks

Cameron Brooks Named Senior Director of Development for ISU’s College of Science and Engineering

February 8, 2022

Black History Month Events

February 7, 2022

Staff Council Sponsors Free Luncheon

February 7, 2022