August 30th, 2018 | by Cody Junot

Idaho State University has named Pauline Thiros interim athletic director. President Kevin Satterlee announced the move on Thursday to the Idaho State Athletic Department and campus community via an email. Thiros will lead the day-to-day department operations while a national search is undertaken to permanently hire for the position. Thiros said her main goal as interim athletic director is to make real and meaningful progress regarding challenges currently facing Idaho State athletics. Thiros, a Pocatello native, has spent the last 23 years working in various roles at ISU and is currently the Associate Vice President for Development. She has previously been the Director of Planned Giving, Director of Alumni Relations, and assistant volleyball coach and recruiting coordinator. Thiros successfully directed ISU’s first capital campaign, which kicked off in 2001. The campaign raised more than $152 million and resulted in the construction of the Stephens Performing Arts Center. Thiros came to ISU in 1990 as a walk-on volleyball player, and her teammates voted her captain all four years. – Idaho State Journal | Read More.

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Cody Junot joined College AD in November, 2014 as a contributing writer and was shortly promoted to Associate Editor in July, 2015. Cody graduated from UL Lafayette in 2011 with a degree in Sports Management.

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