Monday, May 6, 2019
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Idaho State University graduates were encouraged to continue their Bengal roar as they head out into the world at ISU spring commencement ceremonies May 4 in Holt Arena.
“After graduation you will have the right to forever to call yourself a Bengal. The right to tell the world, proudly, that you are a graduate of Idaho State University. That is your right,” said Kevin Satterlee, ISU president. “Now, here is your responsibility, and I charge and task you with this, right here and right now – go out in the world and make us proud. Live that better life and never forget your roar.” Read More

Idaho State University will celebrate the achievements of hundreds of Treasure Valley students at commencement May 6 – with a record 329 students eligible for degrees and certificates, including 81 Renaissance High School students who will receive associate degrees in general studies through a partnership with ISU and the West Ada School District. Read More

Idaho State University researchers, led by biological sciences master’s student Kayla Pavlick, are experimenting with cockroaches to see how well they can be trained to detect narcotics.   Read More