Newsletter - July 2014
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Longtime Patron Passes Away

James E. Rogers, longtime patron to Idaho State University and to the College of Arts & Letters, passed away on June 15. Rogers' contributions to ISU have helped students in the College of Arts & Letters succeed for many years. (read more...)




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Kuhlman Awarded Faculty Innovation and Excellence Award

At the College of Arts & Letters Spring Celebration held May 9, Dr. Erika Kuhlman was awarded the first "Faculty Innovation and Excellence Award" in recognition of her long-term commitment to interdisciplinary research. The College plans to make this award an annual event. (read more...)




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Armatage Awarded Staff Excellence and Commitment Award

Also at the College's Spring Celebration, Ann Armatage of the Department of Art was awarded the first ever "Staff Excellence and Commitment Award." This was a competitive award, and the winner was selected by the College Executive Committee. (read more...)




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Hasenpflug's World Premiere in Austria

Dr. Thom Hasenpflug-professor of music and director of the School of Performing Arts-attended the world premiere of his new percussion music composition at the prestigious Vienna Conservatory in Austria. (read more...)




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Political Science Students Have Opportunity to Participate in First NEW Leadership Program in Idaho

Two ISU political science students were nominated to participate in the first National Education for Women's (NEW) Leadership Idaho program. (read more...)




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Update: Faculty in the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice

The Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice has undergone dramatic changes in recent years. The department is now one of the largest in the College of Arts & Letters in terms of enrollment, and faculty in the department are developing strong research profiles. (read more...)




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Summer Enrollment Numbers Jump for the College of Arts & Letters

The College of Arts & Letters reports that combined graduate and undergraduate summer credit hour levels are up 23 percent, and graduate credit hours are up 50 percent over last summer's enrollment. (read more...)




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