Thursday, May 4, 2023

Paying it Forward: First-Generation Graduate Plans to Help Next Generation

When Alexis Navarrete first started elementary school in American Falls, she spoke only Spanish. She still remembers struggling to learn a new language while keeping up with her schoolwork, and the isolating feelings that can come with it. On Saturday, Navarrete will be graduating from Idaho State University. After graduation, she hopes to begin a career in the school district where she once struggled, and let other students know they are not alone. 

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More Than 2,000 Graduates to be Recognized at Saturday’s Commencement

A total of 2,132 spring and summer 2023 graduates will receive 2,278 degrees and certificates during Idaho State University’s annual spring commencement ceremonies on May 6. Graduates will be recognized at three ceremonies.

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Idaho State Set to Award First Master’s Degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering

The first students to ever receive a master’s from Idaho State University in Electrical and Computer Engineering will walk across the commencement stage on May 6. Kiran Pandey and Shah Md Nehal Hasnaeen will have the honor of being the first to be handed their diplomas. 

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News and Updates

Kasiska Division of Health Sciences Class of 2023 Adds More than 850 Professionals to the Health Care Workforce

Policy Update: Periodic Performance Review for Tenured Faculty ISUPP 4010

College of Arts and Letters Announces New Associate Dean

End of Semester Tips When Working with Student Athletes

ISU Professors and Graduate Student Present at Ireland International Conference on Education

ISU’s National Student Advertising Competition Team Places First in District-level Competition

Volunteer to Help at New Student Orientation

Assistant Vice President of Human Resources Candidate Presentations

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