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Navitas partnership connects UI education with an international audience.
Fall issue of Here We Have Idaho looks at UI’s efforts to improve access to education.
UI’s more than 30 online degree programs allow students to reach their educational goals, no matter where they live.
College of Art & Architecture senior Gabriella Garcia found the support she needed to succeed at UI.
A biological engineering assistant professor and his team of student researchers are using stem cells to build a better tendon.
IKEEP program helps indigenous teachers use their culture to improve learning outcomes for Native students.
UI Geography program instructor, students, help develop materials for visually impaired students.
Stories highlight the perseverance and creativity of our Vandal graduates.
College of Natural Resources team is wrapping up a grant project studying how to use GPS technology to improve safety for loggers.
Classes begin January 10—make sure you've taken all the steps to have a great start.
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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.
UI has launched a crowdfunding platform to aid student-led projects, programs and other learning opportunities.
UI thanks local broadband fiber provider Fatbeam.
Lifelong Vandal and dedicated teacher's gift to College of Education supports future teachers.
Ceremony recognizes future doctors as they transition to clinical phase of Idaho's medical program.
College of Eastern Idaho students will be able to enroll automatically in U of I courses.
Estate bequest includes about 5,000 books, memorabilia and other collectibles.
Lisette Waits named a 2017 Fellow for American Association for the Advancement of Science.