News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

October 11, 2010 — Vol. 26 No. 34

Faculty/Staff Updates

Nancy Glenn is interviewed in the October issue of Horizon Air Magazine (read more...)

Classified Employees scholarship award goes to Nicole Rowe, daughter of Gary Rowe (read more...)

News Bites

Students, faculty and staff are invited to wear their Bengal gear on Wednesdays (read more...)

Opportunities for students and departments to increase professional assistance while offering students experiences to develop their skills and marketability available (read more...)

The Debate team currently ranks 14th in total points this season (read more...)

The College of Pharmacy will provide 40 free flu vaccinations at the ISU-Meridian Health Science Center (read more...)

ISU's "A Season of Note" series will present JIGU! - Thunder Drums of China Oct. 27 (read more...)

Staff Council has purchased and donated a concrete picnic table (read more...)

The Summer 2010 Effort Reports are being mailed to departments the week of Oct. 4 (read more...)

ISU's TIAA-CREF representative will be on campus Oct. 13 and 14 (read more...)

The Meridian Health Science Center is hosting the fifth annual Health Science Experience Night (read more...)

Georgia Orwick's artwork will be on display at the Eli M. Oboler Library through Nov. 12 (read more...)

Ryan Long has been awarded a Science to Achieve Results Fellowship (read more...)

The Massage Therapy Program is beginning their fall clinic sessions on Oct. 26 (read more...)

The Symphonic Band will be performing its first concert of the semester Oct. 15 (read more...)

Michael Culpepper will be available for a discussion after a presentation of his film, "Bachelor Farmer," Oct. 12 (read more...)

Drivers of University vehicles need to complete a license authorization check and vehicle use agreement (read more...)

In this Issue

ISU Researchers Receive Grant for Geoscience Outreach Education

Idaho State University researchers are attempting to connect prep students and teachers in Idaho, Nevada and Utah with the Alamo meteor that struck the ocean 100 miles northwest of Las Vegas 380 million years ago. (read more...)

Faure Named Idaho's Top 2010 Health Care Hero Educator

Idaho State University's Caroline Faure has been named Idaho's top 2010 Health Care Hero Educator by the Idaho Business Review newspaper for her statewide efforts to educate the public about concussion and the adolescent athlete. (read more...)