News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

August 3, 2009 — Vol. 25 No. 23

Faculty/Staff Updates

Craig Green is new Associate Director of Scholarships (read more...)

Dental hygiene faculty and students meet with Idaho Congressional Delegation (read more...)

News Bites

ISU-Boise is moving to ISU-Meridian Health Science Center; offices reopen Aug. 5 (read more...)

ISU-Meridian College of Pharmacy is accepting applications for an administrative assistant position (read more...)

Racquetball courts temporarily closed (read more...)

Flags will be flown at half-staff Sunday (read more...)

Audio/Visual classroom technology training sessions in Rendezvous building (read more...)

BengalWeb Customization Quick Guide is now available (read more...)

In this Issue

Reed Gym Expanion

Work is progressing on schedule for the Reed Gym expansion. The outside walls are up and the concrete floors are being poured. The 32,000-foot expansion includes a large multi-purpose recreation room, free weight areas, machine weight areas, cardio machines and exercise areas, campus recreation offices, bathrooms upstairs and down, a lobby area, lounge areas and an equipment checkout area.

ISU researchers honored for nanoparticle work

ISU researchers are honored nationally for creating one of the top 100 technologically significant products this year. (read more...)

Enrollment up at Idaho State University-Idaho Falls

This summer Idaho State University-Idaho Falls has shown a significant rise in students in enrolled for the 2009 fall semester: overall ISU-Idaho Falls enrollment is up 11.2 percent and full-time student enrollment is up 17.1 percent as of July 21. (read more...)

Students, researchers learn code that could prevent nuclear disasters

Aspiring nuclear science researchers, students and technicians from around the world are taking classes and meeting with senior mentors in Idaho Falls to learn how to write computer code that could potentially prevent nuclear reactor disasters in the future. (read more...)