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Students Graduate High School with Idaho State University Associate Degrees and Certificates

August 8, 2022

According to Chelsie Rauh, Director of the Early College Program, 147 associate degrees were conferred through June and August to Idaho high school graduates. 

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ISU Student Wins NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium Internship to Research Extremophiles in Deep Ocean

August 8, 2022

A summer research project by an Idaho State University student may give us some insight into what life might look like across the cosmos. 

Fall 2022 Student Involvement Fair

August 7, 2022

Please join us at our 2022 Fall Student Involvement Fair on the Quad on Wednesday, August 24th from 11:30am - 1pm.

Ian Parker Named New Title IX Coordinator

August 7, 2022

The Office of Equity and Inclusion is pleased to announce that Ian Parker has accepted the role of Title IX Coordinator for Idaho State University.

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Inaugural CAES Research Experience for Undergraduate Students

August 7, 2022

Two Idaho State University undergraduate engineering students, Minh Nguyen and Joshua Peck, shared their research at the end of a 10-week NSF funded research experience at the Center for Advanced Energy Studies.

Free Jimmy John's Sandwiches for Employees

August 7, 2022

To welcome Idaho State University employees back to campus prior to the start of the fall semester, Idaho Central Credit Union is giving away free Jimmy John's sandwiches on Wednesday, August 10.

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White House Internship Provides Valuable Experience for Idaho State University Student

August 3, 2022

On the Fourth of July, Idaho State University senior Eric Morris had the opportunity of a lifetime— he was volunteering at the White House. 

Idaho State University School of Nursing Working to Meet Increasing Need for Mental Health Care

August 3, 2022

Idaho State University’s School of Nursing is seeing increased enrollment in its Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program, helping alleviate a shortage of mental health professionals in the state. 

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Grants Fund Research Experiences for Pocatello High School Teachers with ISU Biologists

August 3, 2022

Thanks to a pair of grants from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trusts, two Pocatello High School teachers are getting two summer’s worth of research experience with a couple of Idaho State University professors.

Four Features for Moodle 4.0 Part Two

August 1, 2022