News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

January 21, 2015 — Vol. 31 No. 3

In this Issue

Maria Wong's Sleep Research Gains International Recognition

New research by Idaho State University's Maria Wong on the relationship between poor and insufficient sleep for adolescents and them developing alcohol and drug problems has again gained international publicity read more

Virtual Reality System Could Help Arm Rehabilitation

Researchers at Idaho State University are working to create a virtual reality system that will assist with arm rehabilitation for people who have suffered from strokes or who have had an arm amputation read more


Africa Night Set Jan. 24 read more

Spanish American film "Instructions Not Included" Playing Jan. 25 read more

Alumni Events Scheduled in Boise Jan. 29 and 30 read more

Idaho State University's Day of Percussion is Jan. 31 read more

Collin Raye and BJ Thomas to Perform Feb. 6 read more

Idaho State Civic Symphony to Perform Feb. 13 read more

College of Pharmacy's Professional Pharmacy Student Alliance Spaghetti Feed, Auction and Raffle is Feb. 27 read more

Faculty/Staff Updates

Elizabeth Cartwright Returns from Sabbatical at University of Amsterdam read more

Terry Ownby Presents Paper at International Conference of Photography and Theory read more

Hal Hellwig was Panelist at Modern Language Association Meeting read more

News Bites

Idaho State University Campus Recreation will offer swim lessons on Saturdays on Feb. 21 and 28 and March 7 and 14 at the Reed Gymnasium swim pool read more


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