Idaho State University to Offer Online Health Courses to Gem State Prep Students
Idaho State University will begin offering university-level online health education classes at a reduced fee to Gem State high schools students beginning Jan. 11 through ISU's new University Health High School (UHHS) website.
ISU professors land NOAA funding to develop tools for watershed management
Two Idaho State University geosciences professors—Nancy Glenn and Daniel Ames—are developing high-tech tools to help local communities, agencies, and governments analyze and manage watersheds—vast areas of land that drain into lakes and rivers.
"Going green" pays off for new ISU-Meridian Health Science Center
Idaho Power Company has awarded Idaho State University a check for $21,858 for using energy-efficient features in the design and construction of the ISU-Meridian Health Science Cente, which opened in August.
ISU-Meridian’s Howard Gauthier writes book on how to get hired in college sports
Are you trying to land your first job in college sports management or work your way up to university athletic director? Need some help navigating your career path? Idaho State University-Meridian athletic administration assistant professor Howard Gauthier, Ph.D., has written
ISU-Meridian’s Ali Crane honored for exemplary service by national organizaton
Ali Crane, enrollment and student services director at the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center, has been honored for exemplary service by the Pacific American Association of College Registrars and Admission Officers or PACRAO.
Idaho State University Idaho Oral Health Institute Receives $329,670 Grant
Released by Idaho State University
Contact: Kathleen Hodges, Chair of the Dental Hygiene, (208) 282-2744
POCATELLO – Idaho State University has received a $329,670 federal grant to help create the ISU Idaho Oral Health Institute (IOHI). The vision of the Institute is to provide
ISU-Meridian’s Judy Thorne awarded grant for HIV training and education
Idaho State University-Meridian HIV/AIDS education coordinator, Judy Thorne, has been awarded $126,000 in federal grant money to aid Idaho health professionals and practitioners in the detection and prevention of HIV and AIDS in Idaho.
ISU-Meridian’s Linda Boyd is Idaho’s top Heath Care Hero Educator
Idaho State University-Meridian dental hygiene professor Linda Boyd, Ed.D., has been selected Idaho’s top Health Care Hero Educator in the 2009 Health Care Heroes program presented by the Idaho Business Review newspaper.
ISU-Meridian researcher honored nationally for her work on mental health issues
Meridian--Idaho State University’s Institute of Rural Health Senior Research Associate Ann Kirkwood has been named a winner of the prestigious Voice Award, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s Center for Mental Health Services announced today.
ISU Department of Counseling to Host Seminar On Psychopharmacology and Neurobiology in Meridian
The Idaho State University Department of Counseling will host a seminar on psychopharmacology and neurobiology this fall at the ISU-Meridian Health Science Center. The seminar will occur on Oct. 2 and 3, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Two ISU-Meridian professors, a researcher and a student are 2009 Health Care Hero honorees
Idaho State University-Meridian professors Linda Boyd, Ed.D., Galen Louis, Ph.D., and senior research associate Russell Spearman, M.Ed., are honorees in the 2009 Health Care Heroes program sponsored by the Idaho Business Review newspaper.
Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health’s Kirkwood Nominated for Voice Award for Service in Mental Health Field
POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health’s Ann D. Kirkwood has been nominated for a Voice Award from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for exemplary service in the mental health field.
The new Idaho State University Health Science Center expects to serve more than 700 students this fall
The new Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center expects to serve a record number of students this fall with some 500 students enrolled in graduate and undergraduate health science programs.
Do you know of a colleague who's made an important contribution to the health care profession? Or an ISU program that provides vital community outreach? They'd be perfect candidates for the honor of Health Care Hero, a statewide awards program developed by the Idaho Business Revi
Gov. Otter, City of Meridian and Idaho State University Launch
THE CORE Business Enterprise Zone for Economic Development
Idaho Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter today helped launch THE CORE (www.thecoreidaho.com), a health care, education and technology enterprise zone that will add new emphasis to Idaho’s Project 60 economic development initiative.
Children and Young Adults Find Voice at ISU-Boise's AAC Camp
Boise - Strapped into a safety harness with his face beaming, 13-year-old Kyle Johnson climbed a rope ladder at Boise’s West FamilyBoise - Strapped into a safety harness with his face beaming, 13-year-old Kyle Johnson climbed a rope ladder at Boise’s Wes YMCA and Aquatics Center.
Think Energy! Idaho State University Offers Workship Training
For Teachers June 18 - 19 in Meridian
Summer camp doesn’t have to be just for kids. The Energy Systems Technology and Education Center at Idaho State University is presenting professional development teacher training workshops this summer in Meridian.
Idaho State University Bengals in Boise Golf Scramble
Set for May 30 at Banbury Golf Club
The 18th annual Bengals in Boise Golf Scramble benefitting ISU student athlete scholarships is Saturday, May 30 at Banbury Golf Club, 2626 MaryPost Place in Eagle. Registration is at 8 a.m., and a shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m.
ISU-Boise Graduates Largest Class Ever May 2
Sarah Hollingsworth Takes Top Student Excellence Honor
Boise- “I was shocked, but flattered,” said an elated Sarah Hollingsworth, minutes after she was named Idaho State University-Boise’s 2009 Student Excellence Award winner at graduation exercises May 2 at The Grove Hotel in downtown Boise.
ISU Institute of Rural Health Awarded $1 Million Grant
to Assist Idahoans Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries
The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates as many as 35,000 Idahoans may be living with a severe traumatic brain injury, yet Idaho has few community resources to assist TBI patients after they leave acute-care facilities and return home to live.
Treasure Valley Inventor is one of Nine Idaho State University
Alumni Honored for Professional Achievement
Nine Idaho State University alumni—including a Treasure Valley woman who invented a dental device to enter patient information—will be honored with Professional Achievement Awards at ISU commencement exercises May 9 at Holt Arena in Pocatello.
“Advising is the cornerstone of a successful experience at Idaho State University,” said JoAnn Hertz, director of ISU academic advising. “Interaction with departmental faculty who are experts in their field provides an a
Pocatello – Idaho State University has launched its “Be Advised” campaign to encourage students to reap the benefits of good advising prior to registering for fall classes in April.
Delta Dental Community Outreach Announces
$500,000 gift to Idaho State University
Money Slated to Relocate Dental Residency Clinic to Meridian
Meridian-Delta Dental Community Outreach, a philanthropic arm of Delta Dental of Idaho, has donated a $500,000 gift to Idaho State University to help fund an advanced dental residency clinic at ISU’s new health sciences center in Meridian, 1311 E. Central Drive.
ISU Kasiska College of Health Professions to Hold
Research Day Activities March 13 in Boise and Pocatello
The Idaho State University Kasiska College of Health Professions Research Day 2009 will be held March 13 in Boise and Pocatello and features keynote speaker Anna Schwartz, Ph.D., author of the book “Cancer Fitness, Exercise Programs for Patients and Survivors.”
ISU Faculty, Staff and Students Volunteer for
2009 Special Olympic World Winter Games
Boise - More than 100 Idaho State University faculty, staff and students in Boise and Pocatello were part of the massive volunteer effort ensuring the 2009 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Idaho were a success.
ISU-Boise Family Dentistry Provides Free Dental Care
On "Give Kids a Smile Day"
Boise - Nine-year-old Ethan Larson wore bright green sunglasses with heart-shaped lenses as dentist Tracy Toft, D.D.S., applied a sealant his teeth. Toft wore a purple hat that looked like part of a Renaissance costume.
Idaho State University Names Olson
New Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs
Idaho State University has selected Gary A. Olson, a noted scholar of rhetoric and cultural studies and the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Illinois State University, as the University’s new provost and vice president for academic affairs.