News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

June 10, 2013 — Vol. 29 No. 21

In this Issue

ISU Researchers Study Environment with Grant

Idaho researchers will study the ways that society and landscapes are interconnected thanks to a new $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation. (read more...)

News Bites

Senior Mike Arnold finished his Idaho State career as an All-American with his seventh-place finish in the men's pole vault at the NCAA Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore. (read more...)

The ISU Leadership Development Program is beginning its third year on Aug. 27 (read more...)

Just a reminder that fiscal year end is quickly approaching, which means departments need to expedite and facilitate fiscal year 2013 business for payment and receipt transactions (read more...)

Facilities services, custodial department, has an immediate opening for an Administrative Assistant 1 (read more...)

Richard Brey was recently named interim dean of the Idaho State University College of Science and Engineering (read more...)

ISU-Meridian's Robin Dodson and Cathy Oliphant received Teacher of the Year awards at the annual College of Pharmacy Banquet, May 10, in Pocatello (read more...)

Dr. J. Vincent Nix, START Coordinator recently presented at the 50th annual ATEA National Conference in Chattanooga, Tenn. (read more...)

Julie Melton, Assistant Professor in CSED/Sign Language Interpreting, co-wrote an article with a graduate of the Sign Language Interpreting program, Renee Higbee (read more...)

Dr. Susan Swetnam has just had her narrative personal essay, "The Lost Coast," selected as one of 22 creative pieces chosen in the Log Cabin Literary Center's annual anthology contest (read more...)

Ruiling Guo, associate professor and health sciences librarian at Idaho Health Sciences Library, attended an international conference "One Health: Information in an Interdependent World" in Boston from May 4 to 8 (read more...)