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Marvin Goldstein at the piano.

A Celtic Celebration on Jan. 26 in the Stephens Center features pianist Marvin Goldstein, vocalist Vanessa Joy, members of Idaho State Civic Symphony, ISU Choirs

January 18, 2019

POCATELLO ­– A Celtic Celebration presented by Idaho State University’s A Season of Note at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 26 at the Stephens Performing Arts Center will feature internationally acclaimed musician and composer Marvin Goldstein, acclaimed vocalist Vanessa Joy, Celtic musicians from Salt Lake City and members of the Idaho State Civic Symphony and ISU Choirs.

Photo of two ON representatives and an ISU professor.

ON Semiconductor Increases Support for Idaho State University Department of Electrical Engineering

January 18, 2019

Donation of design workstations, funding for design software and curriculum development collaboration underline the company’s support for local students

Idaho State University offers new master’s degree in education administration with a focus on athletic administration; program is available in Meridian, Pocatello and online 

January 18, 2019

MERIDIAN—Idaho State University’s College of Education is seeking applicants for a new 42-credit master’s program that will enable graduates to serve as school principals, vice principals and athletic directors.

Ernest Keeley, left, directing a student during a study on the lower Portneuf River.

Idaho State University professors identify some of last remaining populations of native cutthroat trout in the Portneuf River

January 17, 2019

POCATELLO ­– For the last 20 years, Idaho State University fish ecologists Ernest Keeley and Janet Loxterman in the Department of Biological Sciences have studied Cutthroat Trout populations in waters from Alaska to New Mexico.  Among their other research endeavors, they have identified some of the last remaining native, genetically pure populations of Cutthroat Trout in the areas around Pocatello, including distinct subspecies variations, in some unlikely places.

Free community hearing screenings at Idaho State University-Meridian begin Feb. 21.

January 17, 2019

MERIDIAN—Get your hearing checked for free at a series of screenings starting Thursday, Feb. 21, 3-6 p.m., at the Speech and Language Clinic at Idaho State University-Meridian, 1311 E. Central Drive.

Snake River High School and Idaho State University to host fourth annual community health fair in Blackfoot Jan. 24

January 17, 2019

BLACKFOOT – The Snake River High School and Idaho State University fourth annual community health fair is Thursday, Jan. 24, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Snake River High School and it is free.

Photo of IMNH director Tapanila with replicas of scissor-toothed shark jaws.

Idaho State University researchers help create skull of ancient scissor-toothed shark, Edestus

January 17, 2019

POCATELLO – The ancient scissor-toothed shark Edestus was a “weird, weird beastie,” according to Leif Tapanila, Idaho State University geosciences professor and Idaho Museum of Natural History director.

ISU President Kevin Satterlee, Idaho Gov. Brad Little and Benny the Bengal with the proclamation

Governor Proclaims January 15 Idaho State University Day

January 15, 2019

Idaho Gov. Brad Little proclaimed January 15 Idaho State University Day in Idaho to celebrate the university’s positive and enduring impact on the Gem State.

Photo of the head of the 2018 Martin Luther King March and marchers with a mountain in the background.

Idaho State University Martin Luther King Jr. march and program set Jan. 21

January 15, 2019

POCATELLO – The annual Idaho State University Martin Luther King Jr. march and program will be held on Jan. 21 beginning at 1 p.m. at Holt Arena and ending at the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center.

Green Dot Training Scheduled Jan. 31

January 11, 2019