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Research Participants Needed for the RePAQ study
Posted: Thursday, September 3
The Exercise Physiology Research Laboratory is looking for participants to complete a short, 10-15 minute survey assessing resilience, physical activity and quality of life. Participants who complete the survey will be eligible to win an Apple iPod Shuffle. The survey is available here. For more information, email exphys@uidaho.edu or call (208) 885-2007.
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Education | Research | Faculty and Staff Announcement
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Register Today for Open Education Resources Workshop
Posted: Thursday, September 3
University of Idaho faculty are encouraged to register for an upcoming workshop on Open Education Resources (OER) and textbook costs. The workshop will be held Sept. 24-25 in Moscow and is sponsored by the State Board of Education with Lumen Learning. To register, email Annie Gaines, UI's Scholarly Communications librarian, by Sept. 17. At the two-day workshop, interested faculty will: • Le...
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Education | Faculty and Staff Announcement
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Undergraduate Volunteers Needed for Research Study
Posted: Friday, August 28
The Exercise Physiology Research Lab is looking for participants who are undergraduate university students between the ages of 18 and 25 years to participate in a one week study. We are studying stress, sitting and heart disease risk factors in university students. Participants will receive several free perks such as body composition testing (BodPod), blood tests (e.g., blood sugar and cholesterol...
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UI Hosts Doctoral Education in Athletic Training Summit Aug. 6-8
Posted: Wednesday, August 5
University of Idaho’s Athletic Training Education program will be hosting the first summit on Doctoral Education in Athletic Training Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 6-8, in the Bruce M. Pitman Center. The summit will focus on the present and future of post-professional education for athletic trainers. Recently, the decision was made to require the professional training of athletic trainers ...
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Education | News Release
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Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning Project Creates Free Textbooks
Posted: Wednesday, July 15
The Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning is making strides in working with Idaho educators to increase affordability and accessibility of high-quality K-12 textbooks for underfunded schools. Through Open Educational Resources (OER) Institutes funded by the Doceo Center, textbooks are being created that are free to any school district. The Doceo Center is operated through the College of Educatio...
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Education | News Release
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Movement Sciences Students Organize Community Fun Run
Posted: Monday, May 4
What started as an effort to get children moving to enhance healthy, active lifestyles in the community turned into an eight-week training program culminating in a family-friendly running event, which attracted about 100 people. As part of a service learning project, College of Education junior Katelyn Peterson and three other classmates organized a training program in collaboration with McDonal...
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Education | Movement Sciences | Acknowledgements
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UI Silver Valley Upward Bound Receives $4,195 Grant
Posted: Tuesday, April 28
A dozen high school students from Kellogg and Wallace participating in University of Idaho’s Silver Valley Upward Bound’s summer program will attend Advance Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama, with the financial support of NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium. The program received a $4,195 grant to pay for five of the 12 participants to attend. “It is an incredible opportunity to t...
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Education | Acknowledgements | TriO
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Early Learning in Idaho: Finding Common Ground
Posted: Monday, April 20
The University of Idaho’s McClure Center and Boise State University’s Andrus Center are proud to co-host a nonpartisan dialogue on learning opportunities for Idaho’s young children. The symposium, titled “Early Learning in Idaho: Finding Common Ground,” will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, May 4, at the Riverside Hotel in Boise. Join the Andrus Center and M...
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Education | University of Idaho Boise | News Release
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UI Joins Deans for Impact
Posted: Monday, January 26
  MOSCOW, Idaho – Jan. 26, 2015 – The University of Idaho announced today that Cori Mantle-Bromley, dean of the UI’s College of Education, has been appointed to the Deans for Impact board of directors. This newly founded national organization includes 18 deans from colleges of education and other teacher-preparation programs from across the country who are working together ...
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Education | News Release
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Longtime educator Sue Hovey dies
Posted: Tuesday, January 13
Sue Hovey, longtime College of Education educator and recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Human Letters in 2014, passed away Jan. 12 after a battle with cancer. Hovey earned her bachelor’s degree in education from UI in 1968 and her master’s degree in sociology in 1978. She worked for the Moscow School District for nearly 30 years before retiring in 1996. She was dedicated to her...
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Education | Memoriam
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