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Students in professional writing program helped Potlatch nonprofit win nearly $25,000 grant to assist in train depot renovation.
Fall issue of alumni magazine explores the ways UI is adapting to meet the needs of the state and our students over the next 10 years.
The students’ mission -- to measure heat coming up from the enormous volcano beneath Yellowstone.
Saudi Arabian student says University of Idaho offers welcoming, safe environment for students from around the world.
A team of University of Idaho physics students and their professor study Saturn’s mysterious rings through NASA's Cassini mission.
Graduating senior Michelle Shannon builds greater understanding of identity as active member in LGBTQA community.
Undergraduates from across disciplines team up to bring evolution to video games.
With 124 unique majors to choose from, there's sure to be an area of study that's right for you at the University of Idaho.
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The University of Idaho’s Research Park received a technological boost this year thanks to local broadband fiber provider Fatbeam.
Scholarship recipient and agribusiness major Jack Hermann views the Ag industry, and his future career, in a global context.
The Vandal community joined together to raise more than $440,000 to support students during UI's inaugural Vandal Giving Day.
After nearly five decades, UI alumni, donors and partners making $30 million Idaho Arena a reality.
First-time resident undergraduate students increase 6.5 percent over fall 2015.
UI, Columbia University researchers show human-caused climate change has doubled Western U.S. forest fire area.
preLaw Magazine cites decrease in student debt and rise in employment for jump in rankings.
New research demonstrates how species can evolve to fight back against viruses.