Videos

The Learning Experience
Learn about the academic experience as a graduate student at the McCall Outdoor Science School.
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Life at MOSS
Learn about life as a graduate student at the McCall Outdoor Science School.
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Teaching Tomorrow's Scientists
Learn what it's like to be a graduate student field instructor at the McCall Outdoor Science School!
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Idaho Power "Powering Lives" Grant
MOSS is proud winner of a 2014 "Powering Lives" grant from Idaho Power!
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W.K. Kellogg Outreach Scholarship Award
MOSS is proud to have been selected for a 2013 W.K. Kellogg Outreach Scholarship Award and finalist for the C. Peter Magrath University Community Engagement Award
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MOSS is selected as a Grand Prize Winner of the Albertson Foundation ID21 Award.
MOSS is proud to have been selected a Grand Prize Winner in Idaho for Challenging Traditional Education with Creativity and Innovation
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Experience Idaho
With an 18-to-1 faculty-to-student ratio, the student-centered learning environment at the University of Idaho means you'll receive the personal attention and support you need. We prepare our graduates to succeed in the global job market and offer one of the best educational investments available in the Western U.S.
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McCall for Graduate Students
A video showing the area and business around McCall. This was filmed in mid-March during a heavy snowfall year.
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McCall in Summer
McCall and MOSS in the summer time including the Farmer's Market and Lake
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Taylor Ranch
America's Wildest Classroom is a spectacular 27 mile hike, horseback ride, or 30 minute bush plane ride from MOSS.
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Get to know MOSS's playground from the PBS Nature film "River of No Return"
The McCall Field Campus backyard is central Idaho’s Frank Church – River of No Return Wilderness, the largest contiguous wilderness area in the lower 48 States.
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Dr. R. Justin Hougham
Dr. R. Justin Hougham describes why STEM education is so vital to the success of our future generations.
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