News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

April 12, 2010 — Vol. 26 No. 15

News Bites

The CW HOG Alpine Tower Challenge Course is hosting an open house on May 15 (read more...)

TIAA-CREF representatives are coming to campus (read more...)

"Be Advised" campaign continues for Fall registration in April (read more...)

New Freshman Registration scheduled for the week of April 12 (read more...)

The ISU Credit Union is sponsoring the annual ISU Employee Professional Development Scholarship (read more...)

The Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies has created a new online peer review journal (read more...)

The ISU Project Hope crisis line needs volunteers for fall semester (read more...)

Faculty and staff are invited to join the Alumni Association in honoring 11 of ISU’s outstanding students (read more...)

This week is National Student Employment Week (read more...)

Officials will be conducting fire alarm tests in Reed Gym and Recreation Center April 21 and 22 (read more...)

The start of a pilot-recycling project at Reed Gymnasium corresponds with the Earth Day on April 22 (read more...)

Faculty and staff who want to learn about course management tools in BengalWeb are invited to attend open demonstrations (read more...)

A Night in Mexico dinner and entertainment is set for April 17 (read more...)

The Clinical Psychology Training Program presents Sherman Normandin at a Doctoral Candidate Dissertation Colloquium (read more...)

ISU Society of Physics will present “Lasers, Light and Illusions" on April 17 (read more...)

In this Issue

Childhood sleep problems linked to young adult alcohol, drug abuse according to study by Idaho State University professor Wong

A study completed by Maria Wong, associate professor of psychology, establishes the relationship between early childhood sleep problems and substance abuse in young adulthood. (read more...)

Fisheries scientists study effects of global warming on trout

Fisheries researchers at Idaho State University modeled the effects of global climate change on cutthroat trout, concluding that warming water temperatures would adversely affect yearling fish. (read more...)

The West before Lewis and Clark’ Topic of April 21 Presentation

Award-winning historian, author and teacher Elliott West will deliver the sixth annual Idaho Yesterdays Lecture “The West before Lewis and Clark: Three Lives” Wednesday, April 21. (read more...)