News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

January 3, 2011 — Vol. 27 No. 1

Faculty/Staff Updates

Winners of the ISU United Way campaign's progressive drawing were chosen Dec. 17 (read more...)

News Bites

The Institute of Rural Health is accepting pre-registration for free suicide prevention training in Nampa in January (read more...)

Get your hearing checked for free Jan. 12 at the Speech and Language Clinic in Meridian (read more...)

ISU-Meridian students, faculty and staff collected and donated 539 pounds of canned and boxed food to The Idaho Foodbank (read more...)

The Marketing Materials Approval Committee is reminding those who send promotional materials of its procedures (read more...)

Nominations for the 2011 Professional Achievement Awards are now being accepted (read more...)

ISU's Division of Health Science Research Day 2011 is set for April 15 in Pocatello and Meridian (read more...)

In this Issue

Fighting the Bromus

A posse of sorts comprised of western researchers and land managers, with Idaho State University serving more or less like a sheriff, is gathering information on the beastly gang of Bromus grasses - invaders from Eurasia who are terrorizing the land here in Idaho and throughout the American West. (read more...)

All Invited to Martin Luther King Jr. March

Idaho State University will host a Martin Luther King Jr. March at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 17 on the ISU campus. (read more...)