Thursday, October 13, 2022

Idaho State Professor’s Research Details “Microbial Conveyor Belt” Beneath Atlantic Ocean

The intersection of biology and geology is the subject of a new publication by an Idaho State University professor. Recently, Anirban Chakraborty, assistant professor of geomicrobiology, and his collaborators’ work, “Geological processes mediate a microbial dispersal loop in the deep biosphere,” was published in the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s “Science Advances” journal.

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Idaho Museum of Natural History to Host Fossil Fest

The public is invited to the Idaho Museum of Natural History for the second annual Fall Fossil Fest Oct. 22 from noon to 5 p.m. Join the Museum for a fun, hands-on day of fossils. Explore how dinosaurs roamed Idaho, see the Buzzsaw Shark in action, and get creative with natural materials. See how our professors, graduate students, and museum staff are on the cutting edge of fossil research and their latest discoveries. 

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College of Business Introduces New Research Seminar Series

Business Researcher Scott J. Reynolds will present on business ethics Oct. 19 as part of the Dr. Bill Stratton Distinguished Scholar Research Seminar Series. 

The presentation is open to faculty, students and the community and will be held at 3 p.m. in room 506 in the Business Administration building on Idaho State University's Pocatello campus. 

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News and Updates

You're Invited: College of Education Lunch and Learn Series

Faculty Focus Group

Martin Blair Welcome Reception

Festival of Trees Scheduled Nov. 16-19; Ticket Sales Begin Oct. 14

One Community: Road Scholars, Dual Credit, and a Family of Bengals

Affordability and Accessibility of Instructional Materials - Call for Proposals

Consider Donating to the Shared Leave Program

Library Book Sale to End Oct. 21

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