Lionel Hampton School of Music percussionist Navin Chettri bridges continents with music education and uncovers new opportunities through his graduate degree in music.
For public relations graduate Britt Kiser, it was the simple act of joining a group that shaped her university career. Four years later the recent managing editor of the student-run newspaper The Argonaut is ready to face the world.
Thanks to Josh McCormick, a recent graduate of the University of Idaho College of Natural Resources, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game now has improved tools for managing Idaho’s Chinook salmon population.
John Foltz, interim dean for the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, will serve a two-year term as dean for the college.
The award-winning McCall Outdoor School – or MOSS – is a regional winner of the W.K. Kellogg Engagement Scholarship Award.
The American Language and Culture Program recently received a five-year accreditation by the Commission of English Language Program Accreditation.
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A unique residential campus, as well as student leadership opportunities, prepared alumni Bob and Kirstin Larson for Microsoft and beyond.
David Giese, retiring art professor with the College of Art and Architecture, is known for his unique artistry in sculpting.
As a first-generation college graduate, internationally known mineralogy professor Mickey Gunter knows the rewards of hard work and perseverance.