New student orientation isn’t all about the workshops any more. This year, the Idaho State University News Student Orientation office is combining traditional student orientation workshops with outdoor activities in hopes that students will establish a support network with fellow students and learn the skills necessary to make their first year of college a successful one. (more…)
Administrative and teaching duties pay the bills, but it is the pinhead-sized and smaller parasitic worms inhabiting fish gills that are the true research love of Dr. Delane Kritsky, associate dean of the Kasiska College of Health Professions at Idaho State University.
While Kritsky has studied a broad range of parasites, he is a world authority on a type of small flatworm known as (more…)
Dr. William Akersten, Idaho Museum of Natural History curator of vertebrate paleontology who is an expert on the prehistoric sabertoothed cat, will be featured on the television program “Prehistoric Predators: Saber Tooth” airing at 10 p.m. Aug. 19 on the National Geographic Channel. (more…)
Mass communication students at Idaho State University now know what it is like to be taking the shots at university ball games –camera shots that it is. (more…)
The Janet C. Anderson Gender Resource Center at Idaho State University has announced the 2007-08 selections for the Gender Book Club. (more…)
Idaho State University students will be welcomed with a week of activities sponsored by the ISU Student Activities Board. The Wow Week of Welcome will be held Aug. 26-30.
• Aug. 26 – Freshman March Through the Arch and barbeque, Hutchinson Quadrangle, 5 p.m. (more…)
Idaho State University President Arthur C. Vailas was in Twin Falls on Thursday, Aug. 9, to sign contracts with SunGard Higher Education for new enterprise applications software for ISU. (more…)
Idaho State University 2007-2008 Bengal Dancers recently returned from camp with the Universal Dance Association (UDA) hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. There were more than 600 dancers from more than 20 different schools from across the United States. (more…)
The Janet C. Anderson Gender Resource Center at Idaho State University is asking for submissions to The Brassiere Bazaar Art Show and Fundraiser in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month held in October. (more…)
Idaho State University announces that in-person registration for payment of fall registration fees will be held in Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Twin Falls and Boise on Aug. 22-24 and Aug. 27. (more…)