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“One of the missions of the Micron Foundation is to help cultivate the next generation of scientists and engineers. The impressive work being done in UI’s College of Engineering is helping accomplish this objective. We are pleased to be able to contribute to UI’s microelectronics program as part of our support for STEM education in our state, country and around the world.”
—Mark Durcan, CEO, Micron Technology, Inc
Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2018 11:24:00 -0800BOISE — The University of Idaho’s James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research is launching a new bi-monthly speaker series designed to engage Idahoans in the Treasure Valley. Read more
Posted Thu, 11 Jan 2018 15:01:00 -0800Each year, the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) selects a handful of qualified members among many applicants to participate in its LeadMe mentorship program. Sarah Martonick, post-award manager for the Office of Sponsored Programs, recently became one of those select few. LeadMe was developed to recognize and build emerging leaders within NCURA at the regional and national levels--and within the university research administrator community at large. As part of her role in this program, she will engage in a research project and present it at NCURA's upcoming Region VI meeting in Billings, Montana. The Office of Sponsored Programs and the Office of Research and Economic Development commend Sarah for hard work and dedication to becoming a leader among her peers in university research administration.
Posted Tue, 09 Jan 2018 10:28:00 -0800The Athletic Training program faculty are looking for participants for an intervention study exploring the effects of manual therapy on pregnancy related lumbo-pelvic pain. Participants are considered eligible if they are currently pregnant (due date between March 12 and July 21, 2018) and are experiencing back, pelvic or hip pain as a result of pregnancy. Participation takes about 60-90 minutes and will be conducted out of our Integrated Sport Medicine and Rehabilitative Therapy Clinic and the Integrated Sport Medicine Movement Analysis Laboratory Feb. 15-17, 28, and March 1-2. Participants are compensated with $150, 36 diapers and a baby carrier wrap! You can find more information about the ISMaRT Clinic, ISMMAL, or the study by contacting Dr. Lindsay Larkins at email@example.com.
Posted Mon, 08 Jan 2018 10:35:00 -0800The University of Idaho's Office of Research Assurances (ORA) is gathering information to better understand faculty and staff member satisfaction with ORA and its associated committees and oversight areas. Read more
Posted Fri, 05 Jan 2018 12:17:00 -0800Oregon almonds may replace their counterparts from California on grocery store shelves by the 2050s, according to a study of climate models published by University of Idaho researchers in the journal Climatic Change. Read more