Geosciences researchers see world in 3D, thanks to CAVE
Geosciences researchers at Idaho State University’s Boise Center Aerospace Laboratory are now able to study the Earth’s surface with greater accuracy, thanks to a sophisticated 3D imagery system called CAVE or Cave Automatic Virtual Environment.
ISU’s Caroline Faure honored for educating Idahoans about concussion in young athletes
Idaho State University’s Caroline Faure has been named Idaho’s top 2010 HealthCare Hero Educator by the Idaho Business Review newspaper for her statewide efforts to educate the public about concussion and the adolescent athlete.
ISU-Meridian’s Ruth Schneider is Idaho’s Outstanding Registered Dietitian of the Year
The Journal of the American Dietetic Association recognized Ruth Schneider, clinical associate professor at the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center, in its September issue as Idaho's Outstanding Registered Dietitian of the Year.
Idaho State University Health High School continues
dual-enrollment health-related courses for 2010-11 academic year
Idaho State University Health High School will continue its dual-enrollment health-related courses in the fall 2010 and spring 2011. Qualified high school students can take several Web classes for both high school elective and academic college credit.
ISU to conduct free seminars on concussion and the adolescent athlete July 29-30 in Treasure Valley
Learn about concussion and how to assess head injuries in the adolescent athlete at two free seminars instructed by Dr. Caroline Faure, Idaho State University assistant professor of sport science and physical education.
Barbara Mason and Laura Woodworth-Ney accepted to HERS Institutes for women in higher education
Idaho State University Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Laura Woodworth-Ney and pharmacy Professor Barbara Mason are honing their leadership skills through Higher Education Resource Services or HERS, a prestigious leadership and management program for women in higher
Awareness to Action Youth Suicide Prevention Project offers free training Sept. 8 in Boise
Idaho State University’s Institute of Rural Health will offer training Sept. 8 on how to advocate for suicide prevention in an "Awareness to Action Academy" for professionals, caregivers, community leaders, parents, survivors of suicide and all those who work to reduce Idaho’s
High School Students Jump Start College
Enroll in Fall 2010 Idaho State University Health High Schoo
Idaho State University Health High School (UHHS) will continue its dual-enrollment health education courses in the summer and fall 2010. Students can take classes for both high school elective and academic college credit.
ISU-Meridian Graduates its Largest Class Ever;
Laura Bainbridge Takes Top Student Excellence Honor
“I am thrilled and honored to receive this award. It is very unexpected,” said nursing graduate Laura Bainbridge after she was named Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center’s 2010 Student Excellence Award winner at graduation exercises April 26 in Boise.
Idaho State University Counseling Program Ranked 13th in Nation
By U.S. 新闻 and World Report
POCATELLO – U.S. 新闻 and World Report has ranked the Idaho State University counseling program--with classes offered in Meridian and Pocatello--as the 13th best program of its kind in the country in the magazine’s ratings that came out earlier this month.
ISU-Meridian to Graduate its Largest Class ever April 26;
Lt. Gov. Brad Little is Guest Speaker
For the second consecutive year, Idaho State University will graduate a record number of students from its Treasure Valley programs, awarding 180 graduate and undergraduate degrees in the health professions and sciences.
ISU Institute of Rural Health Hosts Free Suicide Prevention Workshop May 18
The latest scientific information about youth suicide, warning signs, risk and prevention will be discussed in a free training session Tuesday, May 18, sponsored by the Awareness to Action Idaho Youth Suicide Prevention Project at Idaho State University-Institute of Rural Health.
KCHP to Hold Research Day Activities April 9 in Pocatello and Meridian
Communities and KCHP: Advancing Idaho Health Care Together is the theme of the annual Idaho State University Kasiska College of Health Professions Research Day, Friday, April 9, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., in Pocatello and Meridian.
Institute of Rural Health to Sponsor Spring Web Series on Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injury research, education and prevention will be explored in a free, five-part Web series, sponsored by Idaho State University’s Institute of Rural Health and Rocky Mountain Learning, a nonprofit online meeting and training provider.
Proposals for Kasiska College of Health Professions Research Day
Due Feb. 12
Are you conducting exciting health-related research you’d like to share with faculty, students and community partners? Consider displaying your project at the 21st annual Kasiska College of Health Professions Research Day, Friday, April 9.