Monday, February 4, 2019
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P resident Kevin Satterlee Delivers State of the University Address  to Faculty and Staff

Idaho State University President Kevin Satterlee shared budget priorities, enrollment, project charters and updates from the fall at the State of the University address. In case you missed it, you can watch it here.

Idaho State University’s sign language program is now one of only 15 programs in the United States accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Interpreting Education. ISU offers two different degrees in sign language studies. Currently, an Associate of Science in Sign Language Studies is available at the Pocatello campus, and a Bachelor of Science in Sign Language Interpreting is available for ISU-Meridian students as well. Read More

Do you have a pedagogical expertise in one of the following areas that you would like to teach others?: Active Learning, Technology in Teaching, Project-Based Learning, Course Design, or Assessment. If so, please consider applying for a Faculty Teaching Associate position with the new ISU Program for Instructional Effectiveness (PIE).    Read More