News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

March 7, 2011 — Vol. 27 No. 10

Faculty/Staff Updates

Pam Crowell, vice president for research and economic development, has announced her resignation effective June 30 (read more...)

Geomatics Technology in collaboration with Idaho Society of Professional Land Surveyors organized a one-day seminar Feb. 11 (read more...)

The Concert Choir performed an arrangement of "He's Gone Away" by ISU Web Design Specialist Joe Marley on Saturday evening (read more...)

News Bites

ISU achieved the highest 2010 student response rate in its category to "The College Student Report" (read more...)

There is still money available for bringing in speakers and artists through the Cultural Affairs Council (read more...)

Andi Zeisler, co-founder of Bitch Media, is the 2011 Women's History Month keynote speaker (read more...)

The Art of Gender in Everyday Life VIII is set for March 10 and 11 (read more...)

The Hispanic Awareness Leadership Organization is hosting "A Night in Mexico" March 12 (read more...)

All are invited to a screening of "Yesterday," a film about an HIV positive woman living in Africa (read more...)

All are invited a March 11 discussion about major changes to institutional accreditation (read more...)

Free screening of "LUNAFEST: 10 Short Films By, For and About Women" March 10 in Pocatello and March 15 in Idaho Falls (read more...)

"Voyage" by Mike Adams will be on display through March 11 at the John B. Davis Gallery (read more...)

Immediate openings are available for low-cost psychological and behavior health services at the Psychology Clinic (read more...)

Our VALIC Representative will be on campus March 8 and 15 (read more...)

In this Issue

More Viewing Sites for Temple Grandin Lecture

Alternate sites for viewing and seating procedures for reserved ticket holders have been announced for Temple Grandin's sold-out Idaho State University Reading Project lecture. (read more...)

Debate Team Earns First Seed in National Tournament

The Idaho State University debate team of Tony Johnson and Matea Ivanovic was named district champions in February and will be the first seed for the district at the National Debate Tournament in March. (read more...)