News and Notes

A Newsletter for Faculty and Staff of Idaho State University

January 7, 2016 — Vol. 32 No. 1

In this Issue

Replica of 60-million-year-old snake coming to Idaho Museum of Natural History in March

Slithering in at 48 feet long and weighing an estimated one-and-a-half tons, a realistic replica of the world's largest snake will be on exhibit at Idaho Museum of Natural history (IMNH) at Idaho State University (ISU) starting March 19. read more

News Bites

National Science Foundation program awards up to $10,000 scholarships to Idaho State University STEM students read more

Idaho State University Distinguished Faculty nominations sought read more

Idaho Museum of Natural History joins Project Feederwatch citizen science program read more

ISU Civic Band Seeks Players read more

Infant Vocal Development Laboratory Seeks Parent Participants read more

GET-FIT Program Insanity Live Launch read more

Faculty/Staff Updates

Idaho State University instructor Natalia Lauk to perform solo recital of Russian piano masterpieces Jan. 16 read more

Idaho State University Diversity Resource Center to host Martin Luther King Day events, march and program in January read more

Thank you from ISU-Meridian Holiday Committee 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.

Technical Records Specialist 2-ITS. Apply by 1/14/16. Use 'Statewide' listing.
Maintenance Craftsman, Sr-Facilities. Apply by 1/17/16.
Maintenance & Operations Supervisor-Pond Student Union. Apply by 1/18/16

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.


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