The Idaho International Choral Festival, held in Pocatello every three years, is one of only four continuing international choral festivals in the United States. This year marked the seventh time this event has been held at ISU. The purpose of the festival is to unite and promote the common cause of bringing cultural diversity and wonderful music together. (read more...)
Four exceptional faculty members retired and joined the ranks of our esteemed emeritus faculty. In all, they have honorably served the students of ISU for a combined 112 years. Two have served as department chairs, two as program directors, and one has earned the recognition of winning all three distinguished faculty awards. (read more...)
Three faculty members who have just completed their first year at ISU received an external award during the past couple of months. (read more...)
Various groups that track changes in higher education are reporting an exponential growth in the number of students who are taking courses online nationally. EDTECH magazine in its spring 2013 issue quotes a Babson Survey Research Group report (January 2013) that the number of students who enrolled in at least one online course grew to 6.7 million in fall semester 2011, an increase of nearly 9 percent over the previous year. (read more...)
The College is pleased to welcome nine new faculty members for the new academic year. (read more...)
Most people who have heard of Tony Taguba only know about one dramatic episode of his life. But before his name became associated with a global news event, Taguba worked hard to come from a humble upbringing to achieve a successful military career. (read more...)
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