Idaho State University-Meridian confers record number of degrees at May commencement; Elizabeth Thompson selected top Student Excellence honoree
Posted May 15, 2013
Two Idaho State University anthropology students land internships with Smithsonian museums this summer
Posted May 14, 2013
"I would live in a cardboard box if I could work at the Smithsonian (museums in Washington, D.C.)," said Jennifer Hernandez, an Idaho State University senior anthropology major with an emphasis in archeology, who graduated from Idaho Falls High School. "I still can't believe that I'm getting an internship with a stipend to go work there this summer."
Idaho State University Theatre and Dance to present world premiere of contemporary opera in Pocatello then California
Posted May 13, 2013
The world premiere of "Double Blind Sided," a contemporary opera inspired, in part, by Franz Kafka's "The Trial" and Modest Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition," will be performed at 7:30 p.m. May 22-25 in the Rogers Black Box Theatre in the Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Posted May 10, 2013
Take advantage of the extra opportunities at Idaho State University.
That's the advice from Danson Hall who will walk at ISU's 2013 Commencement to receive her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree. Hall, 27, who graduated from Blackfoot High School, followed her own advice earning both her doctoral and undergraduate degrees from ISU.
Posted May 3, 2013
Idaho State University-Meridian graduate assistant, Nicole Frank, is conducting research to understand the relationship between chemotherapy drugs and the toxicity they cause.
Frank, a microbiologist working on her Ph.D. in pharmacology, is helping Gem Pharmaceuticals of Birmingham, Ala., determine why a potential cancer drug currently in clinical trials appears to be less toxic than the chemotherapy drug doxorubicin, which is widely used to treat a variety of cancers but can lead to heart failure after long-term use.
Posted May 3, 2013
The world premiere of "Double Blind Sided," a contemporary opera inspired, in part, by Franz Kafka's "The Trial" and Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition," will be presented 7:30 p.m., Wednesday – Saturday, May 22-25, with an additional 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday, May 25, in the Idaho State University Stephens Performing Arts Center's Rogers Black Box Theatre .
A post-performance panel discussion with the composer, librettist and directors will be held Wednesday and Thursday. Admission is by donation. All donations will support the tour of the work to the July 2013 Santa Cruz Fringe Festival. For information: Joséphine A. Garibaldi, 233-2494, email@example.com.