Thursday, March 9, 2023

Home Lost, Place Found: The ISU Sports Video Crew and New Opportunities for a Refugee

On August 15, 2021, the Taliban entered Kabul and destroyed all the efforts of the people over twenty years. Nasrin Hussaini was from the same group of people and lost all her belongings. She left Kabul with her two daughters and one son with the help of the American government. She and her children were forced to leave their family, life, work, university and all the things they had worked hard for for years.

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Idaho State Hosts Vex Robotics Competition

High school students from across Idaho converged on the Idaho State University campus Friday to compete in the VEX Robotics State Finals. The event saw 32 teams, consisting of 128 students, compete for a chance to advance to the world championship next month.

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Justin Dolan Stover Publishes "Enduring Ruin: Environmental Destruction during the Irish Revolution"

Dr. Justin Dolan Stover, Associate Professor in the Department of History, recently published his first book, Enduring Ruin: Environmental Destruction during the Irish Revolution. In it, Stover reveals the story of the nature, scope and embodiment of destruction in Ireland during the revolutionary period.

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News and Updates

Brown Bag Conversation Hour: Female Genital Mutilation in the United States

College of Business Announces Dates for Financial Literacy Week Event

Farm Bureau Summer Theatre 2023 “High School Musical: On Stage” Auditions Set March 31

ISU's Instructional Design and Technology Program Ranked One of Nation's Top Online Master's Degrees

ISU Hosts State’s Vex Robotics Competition

Register for an Upcoming Intro to CliftonStrengths Workshop

College of Education Lunch and Learn Set Friday

Grant Writing Workshop Set April 3 and 4

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