Thursday, September 5, 2019
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Idaho State University has invited five finalists to visit campus Sept. 9-19 as part of the search process to hire a new vice president for university advancement. 

Each candidate will visit Pocatello over a two-week period to meet with alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the University. Resumes, biographies and campus visit schedules for the five finalists are available for review online at Feedback about each candidate will also be collected through the website until Sept. 19.. Read more

Beta Rho, the Idaho State University Phi Upsilon Omicron chapter, this month received the first place, national Professional Project Award for their work on a Nutrition Fair they helped host last spring.
Eighteen ISU students challenged the community of Pocatello to join them in a celebration in honor of National Nutrition Month last March. More than 200 adults and children attended the Nutrition Fair that Beta Rho held collaboratively with Pocatello dietitians. Read More

Idaho State University’s Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar has been elected vice president and president-elect for the American Nuclear Society.
Dunzik-Gougar is the associate dean of the ISU College of Science and Engineering, associate professor of nuclear engineering and senior reactor operator at ISU. Read More