Monday, February 13, 2023

ISU School of Performing Arts Presents “Cendrillon” a Cinderella Opera

Idaho State University’s School of Performing Arts will perform “Cendrillon” on Feb.16, 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Frazier Hall. “Cendrillon” is Massenet’s beautiful operatic retelling of the fairy tale of Cinderella, translated to English. We meet the horrible stepmother, Madame de la Haltière, and step-sisters Noémie and Dorothée, Cendrillon’s kind-hearted father, Pandolfe, the Fairy Godmother, and, of course, Le Prince Charmant.

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Idaho State University Chemists Tackle the Plastic Pollution Problem

A potential solution to the plastic pollution plaguing the planet is being developed at Idaho State University. Recently, Cori Jenkins, assistant professor of chemistry, and Joshua Pak, professor and chair of the chemistry department, received a $583,930 grant from the Department of Energy to look into new, less expensive, and energy-efficient methods of upcycling plastics.

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Early College Program Honors School Counselors and Advisors

In honor of National School Counseling Week, the Early College Program at Idaho State University surprised seven school counselors and college and career advisors who assist students with registering for dual credit classes, requesting funding for classes and advising them along their post-secondary path.

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News and Updates

Positive Body Image Symposium Set March 7

ISU Open Education Week

Brown Bag Conversation Hour: How to be a Better Ally

Monday Morning Mentor: How Can I Engage Students During a Synchronous Online Class?

ASIST Suicide Intervention Training- Pocatello

ASIST Suicide Intervention Training- Meridian

Volunteers Needed for Bengal Visit Day

Idaho State hosts the Idaho Music Educators Association Conference and All-State Festival

Employment Opportunities

Nominations Open for Annual Benny Awards

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