Idaho State University Boise Center Enrollment Jumps 56 Percent
Boise – Growing demand for health care professionals has led to a 56 percent increase in enrollment over last spring, for an official tally of 330 students.
Idaho State University Boise Center Presents Lecture Series
Boise – Idaho State University’s Boise Center will present "College Café," a community lecture series beginning Thursday, Sept. 2, 6-7:30 p.m. at Zeppole eatery and coffeehouse, 217 N. 8th Street. ISU faculty will give informal presentations.
The Sandwich Generation: "How Can I Possibly Handle It All?"
Whether you’re the bread or the bologna, you’ll want to hear Dr. Judith Crews, assistant professor, ISU counseling, discuss timely issues such as marriage at mid-life, dealing with your aging parents, and raising a good kid.
Be Prepared! EMT 101
Jeff Bates, NREMTP, director for ISU’s paramedic program, will discuss treatment of nose bleeds, cuts, and basic emergency first aid that every person should know. Feel more confident in an emergency when everyone else is panicking!
Spots Still Available For First Responders
Boise– The Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security and Idaho State University’s Institute of Emergency Management is delivering a real-world training experience to as many as 600 Idaho first responders during Sept. – Nov. 2004.
ISU Boise Center To Honor Graduates May 6
Boise – The Idaho State University Boise Center will graduate 81 students this year, compared to 55 in 2003. These graduates will be honored during a graduation celebration 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, May 6, at Hillcrest Country Club.
New Research Will Be Shared at Free Workshop
Boise - Everyone who lives, works, and breathes in the Treasure Valley is affected by the inversions that are a fact of life in the winter months. Just how much the inversion affects your health is the topic of a free workshop sponsored by the Idaho State University Boise Center.
Idaho State University Boise Center Enrollment Jumps 27%
Boise - The Idaho State University Boise Center enrollment continues to increase, with an official enrollment of 211 students for Spring 2004.