News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

July 11, 2011 — Vol. 27 No. 27

In this Issue

ISU Researchers: Intense Livestock Grazing Can Be Beneficial

Intense livestock grazing over a relatively short period of time can benefit rangelands, according to a study published by Idaho State University researchers. (read more...)

News Bites

The College of Technology Student Services office is accepting applications for a Diversity Counselor (read more...)

The Idaho State University Department of Social Work, Sociology and Criminal Justice and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare offering are new approach to training child welfare workers in Idaho (read more...)

Idaho State student-athletes captured 34 all-academic honors for the spring of 2011 (read more...)

The Spring 2011 Effort Reports for work performed on sponsored projects and grants are are due back to Grants and Contracts Accounting by Friday, July 22 (read more...)

The AmeriCorps program has had a profound effect on 27-year-old Cassie Stover of Hazelton, who has been an AmeriCorps health advocate for Head Start in the Burley-Twin Falls area for most of the last year (read more...)

All IT services will be unavailable from Saturday to Monday morning for maintenance (read more...)

Idaho State's Physician Assistant Program is the cover story of "PA Professional's" June/July issue, the national trade magazine published by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (read more...)

Staff Council is accepting applications for the Professional Development Scholarship (read more...)

The Idaho State University Foundation, in cooperation with North Wind Group, is sponsoring the Tom Sherwood Memorial Golf Tournament on July 22 (read more...)

The Idaho State University African Students Association is trying to collect 130 pairs of new shoes for children attending the Rock of Ages school in village of Mbiiko, Uganda (read more...)

Idaho State University is accepting applications to its Associate of Science degree program in paramedic science. The deadline to apply is July 15 (read more...)

The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) has granted continued accreditation to the baccalaureate and master's degree programs in nursing at Idaho State University for the full term of 10 years (read more...)

Football season is just around the corner and tickets are now available for sale (read more...)