News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

September 4, 2014 — Vol. 30 No. 31

In this Issue

ISU Professor Identifies Possible New Autoimmune Disease

A possible new autoimmune disease caused by exposure to asbestos from mines in Libby, Montana, has been identified by Idaho State University researcher Jean Pfau (read more...)

Faculty/Staff Updates

Dr. Alan Johnson, Professor of English, has had an article published in "Writing Today: International Journal of Studies in English." (read more...)

Hal Hellwig, Associate Professor of English, has had his article "William Blake's Jerusalem and the Los Angeles of Film Noir" recently published in Philosophy and Literature. (read more...)

Michael Stubbs, Assistant Lecturer in English, has had his article "Or Not to Ski" published in Idaho Magazine August 2014. (read more...)

News Bites

The ISU Department of Counseling-Pocatello Counseling Clinic has low-cost family and couples counseling available on Wednesday evenings during the fall 2014 semester (read more...)

Get your hearing checked for free Sept. 9 at the Speech and Language Clinic at the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center, 1311 E. Central Drive, in Meridian (read more...)

The Idaho State Civic Symphony has announced its 2014-15 concert schedule and season tickets are still available at a discounted price until Sept. 26 (read more...)

The Idaho Museum of Natural History at Idaho State University will be offering classes to K-sixth grade students this fall (read more...)

Openings are available for psychological and behavioral health services at the Idaho State University Psychology Clinic, located on the fifth floor of Garrison Hall on the ISU Pocatello campus (read more...)

Idaho State University's special collections department in the Oboler Library is now featuring the display "From Academy to Southern Branch." (read more...)

The Idaho State University John B. Davis Gallery will feature a new photography exhibition of child labor workers in Nepal opening Sept. 3 titled "The Face of Hope." (read more...)

Idaho State University researchers are looking for families with children 8 to 12 from throughout Southeast Idaho to participate in a study concerning sleep habits and social behaviors (read more...)

Lace up your shoes and hit the Boise greenbelt Sunday, Sept. 14 for the annual Run for the Health of It 5k sponsored by the Professional Pharmacy Student Association at the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center (read more...)

This fall semester, Idaho State University Central Academic Advising will present the fourth annual semester-long student success and retention series Harvest Your Potential (read more...)

The Office of Human Resources would like to announce its upcoming training opportunities (read more...)

Information on Summer 2014 Effort Reports on Sponsored Grants and Contracts Funding (read more...)