News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

March 12, 2015 — Vol. 31 No. 10

In this Issue

Philip Cole Serves Fulbright in Germany

When Idaho State University physics Professor Philip Cole was a 17-year-old high school exchange student in Germany he noticed a big, open table in the front of a traditional German restaurant read more

Health Screenings Serve More than 750 Since 2010

Some partnerships are so successful they are worth celebrating - especially ones that improve the lives of Ada County residents in a big way read more


Graduate School Research Day Set March 14 and 16 read more

Celebrate Idaho State is March 17 read more

Young Ju Lee to Present Talk read more

"Funding Humanities Research" Colloquium Set March 18 read more

"The Universe as Web of Signs: The Philosophy of Kukai's Shingon Buddhism" Lecture Set March 18 read more

ISU Health Fair Set March 19 and 20 read more

ISU Civic Symphony Concert is March 21 read more

Faculty/Staff Updates

Karl Bridges Named Library Dean read more

Dr. James Stoutenborough's Article Published read more

Hossein Mousavinezhad is principal investigator on NSF Grant read more

Dr. Alan Johnson Publishes Anthology read more

Perry Gee Publishes Article in Journal of Medical Internet Research read more

News Bites

Students Perform in New York read more

Nursing Students Benefit from Grant read more

ISU Credit Union Sponsors Professional Development Scholarship read more

Employment Opportunities

The following departments have immediate promotional and transfer opportunities. For a complete job descriptions and application instructions visit Employees who hold permanent status in any of the following classifications may also contact the hiring departments directly to submit a resume and any other requested application materials.

-Mechanic/Bus Driver, Transportation Services Apply by 3/13/15

-Administrative Assistant I, Educational Technology Apply by 3/23/15
Use 'Statewide' AA1 link to apply.

Please visit for a list of all current classified, non-classified, and faculty job openings. Please call Kristi Osborn at ext. 4828 with any questions.

Human Resources will no longer send individual emails on immediate job opportunities on campus.


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