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  • On this episode of Bengal Health Chat, Dean Teresa Conner welcomes Dr. Diane Ogiela, an associate professor in the ISU Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders.
  • This week on sustainable Idaho we made a phone call to Nigeria to speak with Dr. Adoela Adebajo a climate change activist and a lecturer currently working at the Tai Solarin University of education.
  • Mason Wittman is one of the first graduates of ISU's brand new commercial music degree. As part of their degree, students must produce an album of original material. Mason Wittman completed the very first album coming from the commercial music degree with his release, "Blue Autumn".
  • KISU’s Ricky Colapietro interviews Jeremiah Schilz, a business student here at ISU. In this episode, they talk about the year in review, and discuss how the ROAR report has grown over the semester, and what they have learned this semester and how they’ve grown. Jeremiah and Ricky share their excitement for next year and their excitement about the growth in the community.
  • In this episode of Bengal Tales Ryan Sargent speaks with ISU Alumni Board Member Stephanie Adams. Stephanie serves on several area boards, is a local business owner, and she graduated from Idaho State University in 2001.
  • If you tuned into last month’s episode of Pharmacy Fusion, you learned about the research and grant funding related to the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences in the College of Pharmacy at Idaho State University. This month Dr. Renee Robinson joins Dean Walter Fitzgerald to talk about the research initiatives students and faculty are involved in, related to the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative Science. Dr. Robinson joins the broadcast from Anchorage, Alaska, where the College of Pharmacy has a cohort of students as part of a collaboration with the University of Alaska, Anchorage.
  • Three Idaho State University music undergraduates, Mal Layne, Joseph Emmanuel, and Shawn McClain, will continue their studies at some of the finest music schools in the country. All three received significant scholarships to these very competitive institutions to attend graduate school.
  • KISU is proud to announce that Sustainable Idaho radio show hosts Scott Greeves and Rachel McGovern won two first place awards at the Idaho Press Club Best of 2021 Awards banquet in Boise on Saturday, April 30. Sustainable Idaho (SI), co-sponsored by The Portneuf Resource Council (PRC) and the ISU Sustainability Club, explores locally important sustainability topics.