Thursday, August 24, 2023

A Living Canvas: ISU Welcomes Visiting Artist Brian Collier's Ecological Exhibit

A patch of lawn at ISU is being un-lawned to welcome native plants and pollinators. On the Pocatello Idaho State University campus, a small fenced-off patch of lawn by the Fine Arts building has been left unmowed. This is part of a project hosted by ISU Department of Art and artist Brian D. Collier, Professor of Art & Design at Saint Michael's College, Vermont.

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You're Invited: ICCU Bengal Alumni Center Dedication

Join us as we celebrate the dedication of the Idaho Central Credit Union Bengal Alumni Center Aug. 25. This brand-new facility in the northwest corner of the Holt Arena parking lot is a state-of-the-art event center that is not only for university functions, but is available for conferences, celebrations, and many other occasions.  Festivities begin at 11 a.m.

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New Academic Integrity Council

ISU faculty have heard a lot about chatbots in the last year. Should you allow your students to use them to complete their course assignments? How would you even know if students are drawing upon generative AI tools such as ChatGPT, Bard, and Bing? One of the most important predictors for ensuring student integrity is for faculty to have clear academic standards and policies for a course, and the newly formed Academic Integrity Council (AIC) may be able to assist you.

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News and Updates

Register for the Out of Darkness Suicide Prevention Campus Walk

Indigenous Peoples Day Set Oct. 9

ISU Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Earns 10-Year Accreditation

Faculty Tips for Working with Student Athletes

ISU Theatre and Dance Receives Grant to Bring Guest Artist to Pocatello

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