Thursday, Oct. 19, 2023

Idaho State Students Deliver 86,000 Menstrual Pads Throughout the Community

ASISU marked Period Action Day by distributing a generous donation of 86,500 menstrual pads, equivalent to 173 boxes, within our local communities. Period Action Day is aimed to support the fight against period poverty, a cause that unites voices across the menstrual movement every second Saturday in October.

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Blue Cross Of Idaho Foundation for Health Awards $450,000 Grant to Idaho Area Health Education Centers

The Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health is partnering with the Idaho Area Health Education Center (AHEC) to promote career opportunities in the healthcare sector to secondary school students, an important step in addressing a severe workforce shortage that threatens access to health care.

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Pulitzer Prize Winning Author to Visit Idaho State University

Pulitzer Prize- winning author James Risen will be at Idaho State University's Pocatello campus Friday, Oct. 20 to discuss his new book, "The Last Honest Man." The free event and panel discussion will be held in Frazier Hall at Idaho State University Oct. 20 from 6-8 p.m. All are welcome. Other panelists include Kellee Kirkpatrick, Zac Gershberg and Colin Johnson.

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News and Updates

New Policy: ISUPP 1140 Anatomical Donation Program and Use of Anatomical Material

Advanced EPAF Training Scheduled Friday

Ryan Redman: October 2023 CPI Intern of the Month

Office for Research, Higher Education Council Undergraduate Research Grants Deadline Extended

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Education Conference Set Nov. 3

Clyde Anderson Named UBO for College of Education and College of Arts and Letters

Haunted Science Laboratory Opens to the Public Oct. 28

Call for Submissions: 3-Minute Thesis

Community for Survivors of Suicide

Graduate School Accepting Books for K-4 Book Drive

Legal Training: Contract Drafting - Best Practices and Tips

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