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Leadership Changes Announced in Academic Affairs

June 13, 2022

Academic Affairs is announcing changes to its leadership team with the arrival of Valerie Martin Conley, Idaho State University’s new Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Valerie Martin Conley

First Day for New Provost and VP for Academic Affairs

June 13, 2022

On June 13, Valerie Martin Conley officially started in her role as Idaho State University’s Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Idaho State first announced Martin Conley’s appointment six months ago, following an extensive national search process.

Portrait of Robert Fisher

Robert Fisher to Retire after 33 Years at Idaho State University

June 10, 2022

After more than three decades on the Idaho State University campus, a fixture in the Mathematics and Statistics Department is calling it a career. 

Student Affairs and the Office of Academic Advising Welcomes New Athletic Advisor

June 10, 2022

Idaho State Names New Registrar

June 10, 2022

ISU and PMC representatives holding a giant check

Portneuf Medical Center Continues History of Support for Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency Program*

June 10, 2022

The Idaho State University Kasiska Division of Health Sciences recently received a major donation benefitting the Idaho State Family Medicine Residency (FMR) program from Portneuf Medical Center (PMC). The ongoing philanthropic investment of PMC has provided $4.5 million for the FMR since 2018.

New to ISU and using Moodle ISU? This Workshop is for You

June 10, 2022

New Bengal Pharmacy Manager Announced

June 10, 2022

Idaho State University is excited to announce the new Bengal Pharmacy Manager is Rikki Trussel, a 2012 ISU alumnus from the Pharmacy program.

Employment Opportunities June 13

June 10, 2022

Group photo of Kasiska Family Foundation members

Kasiska Family Foundation Gives $1 Million to Establish Scholarship Endowment

June 10, 2022

With a decades-long tradition of giving, the Kasiska Family Foundation has gifted nearly $20 million to Idaho State University. Most recently, a gift of $1 million was presented to ISU in early May. This latest contribution creates the Eva Kasiska Scholarship Endowment and will provide scholarships for students studying health professions at ISU now and into the future.