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The students’ mission -- to measure heat coming up from the enormous volcano beneath Yellowstone.
A team of University of Idaho physics students and their professor study Saturn’s mysterious rings through NASA's Cassini mission.
After four years embodying the Vandal spirit as mascot Joe Vandal and the UI Marching Band's drum major, grad student Rob Gibson is preparing for life's next move.
Graduating senior Michelle Shannon builds greater understanding of identity as active member in LGBTQA community.
Latest issue of Here We Have Idaho magazine explores the way UI is fulfilling its land-grant mission, providing access to education for Idaho's citizens.
English professor Scott Slovic’s new book explores the mind’s response to overwhelming data – and what we can do to find meaning in its midst.
Students in professional writing program helped Potlatch nonprofit win nearly $25,000 grant to assist in train depot renovation.
Idaho WWAMI program gives UI students access to world-class medical education.
Culturally responsive classrooms improve learning for students.
Student-led group brings renowned brand to University of Idaho to expand discussions around “ideas worth spreading.”
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.
Ready to start looking for a college? Thousands of others have chosen UI for their next adventure; find out why.
Scholarship recipient and agribusiness major Jack Hermann views the Ag industry, and his future career, in a global context.
Student who has been involved in research since she started on campus, earns prestigious Goldwater Scholarship.
'Night of the Living Debt' teaches basics of budgeting and building good credit.
UI graduate student helps develop concept mission imagining a way to ‘taste’ ocean on Saturn moon.
New reports from UI's McClure Center offer comprehensive look at state's Hispanic residents.
Janet Nelson will begin leading university’s research efforts Sept. 1, 2016.