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Athletic Training Program Receives Continuing Accreditation
Posted: Monday, September 21 2009
Written by Cheryl Dudley MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho's Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance recently was granted continuing accreditation by the Commission on the Accreditation of Athletic Training Education for its Athletic Training Education program. Program Director Alan Nasypany and Assistant Professor for Athletic Training and WWAM...
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Breaking Loose on the Palouse: Annual Conference Promotes Healthy Lifestyles
Posted: Friday, September 25 2009
Written by Cheryl Dudley MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho's Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, in collaboration with Moscow School District, and Idaho Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (IAHPERD) will host the annual IAHPERD Conference Thursday and Friday, Oct. 1-2. The mission of the conference is to connect ...
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To Boldly Go: University of Idaho's Gregson to Coordinate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Initiatives Aimed at Next Generations
Posted: Wednesday, September 30 2009
Written by Tania Thompson MOSCOW, Idaho – With an eye toward inspiring the next generation of leaders, the University of Idaho will coordinate its institutional efforts in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math – known as STEM. The land-grant university has asked Jim Gregson, professor of adult, career and technology education in the College of Education, to...
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University of Idaho Students Help Native Planting Program Grow its Roots
Posted: Monday, October 19 2009
Written by Alecia Hoene MOSCOW, Idaho – When budgets are tight, how do universities increase educational opportunities for students and save money at the same time? A collaboration between the University of Idaho Sustainability Center and the university Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance department is providing one answer to this question. The two programs hav...
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Linda Taylor
Posted: Monday, November 30 2009
Assistant Professor of Counseling and School Psychology and Educational Leadership
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Julie Fodor
Posted: Friday, January 8 2010
Director of the Center on Disabilities and Human Development,
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An Idaho Voice at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Posted: Monday, February 8 2010
Written by Cheryl Dudley   MOSCOW, Idaho – While the majority of people look forward to watching the 2010 Winter Olympics on television beginning this week, the University of Idaho will have a voice in the Games. College of Education alumnus Hugh Cooke, who currently serves as the university's associate director of alumni relations, will be on assignment for the Olympic Games with NBC Sports...
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Center on Disabilities and Human Development
Posted: Thursday, February 18 2010
The University's Center on Disabilities and Human Development will receive approximately $430,000 in stimulus funds from the Idaho Infant Toddler Part C program to create and deliver three in-service and/or pre-service curriculum packages. The packages will embed research-based best practices into seven key principles of early intervention; service coordination; and individual family service plann...
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Linda Taylor
Posted: Friday, February 19 2010
Assistant Professor of Counseling and School Psychology
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Linda Taylor
Posted: Thursday, April 1 2010
Assistant Professor of Counseling and School Psychology
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Graduate Students Advocate Nationally for Parks and Recreation Issues
Posted: Tuesday, April 13 2010
By Cheryl Dudley MOSCOW, Idaho – When Kevin Johnston took his University of Idaho graduate-level recreation class to the National Recreation and Park Legislative Forum in Washington, D.C., over spring break, the group was well prepared to advocate for policies applicable to their field of study. Their preparation was a result of their graduate course, “Policy Analysis and H...
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Canfield-Davis and Joki Earn Praise for Journal Editorship
Posted: Tuesday, April 13 2010
Russell Joki and Kathy Canfield-Davis, College of Education, received recognition by the Idaho Association of School Administrators for their work editing the IASA journal Perspectives. Joki and Canfield-Davis earned praise from the association's executive director and president for having one of the best organizational journals, having the ability to recruit members as authors, and "giving voice...
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Mantle-Bromley Named Idaho Education Dean
Posted: Thursday, April 15 2010
Written by Tania Thompson MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho has appointed Corinne Mantle-Bromley as dean of the College of Education. She has been serving as interim associate education dean at Washington State University and will take up the Idaho post on July 12. "Cori brings a passion for education that is truly forward-looking and aligned with the vision that the college and the Univ...
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College of Education National Rankings Rise Again
Posted: Tuesday, April 20 2010
Written by Cheryl Dudley MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho College of Education has been ranked in the top 100 best graduate school programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for the second year in a row. This year the College ranked 74th in the nation – up from 87th last year. “I trust the college will continue to rise in the rankings, and create distinctive and innovative pr...
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University of Idaho Advising, Teaching, Collaborative, Outreach and Creative Activity Achievements Shine
Posted: Wednesday, April 21 2010
Written by Amanda Cairo MOSCOW, Idaho – Excellence is its own reward, but as many University of Idaho faculty found out, a ceremony and an award can make the reward a little bit sweeter. The university's annual Excellence Awards banquet honored 16 faculty and graduate students at an on-campus ceremony for outstanding achievements in teaching, research, outreach and advising. New this year to the ...
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University of Idaho and Olympic Gold Medalist Armstrong Unveil Branded Bicycle Jersey
Posted: Friday, May 14 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – It's all in the name. Idaho and Armstrong. The University of Idaho, along with alumna and Olympic gold medalist Kristin Armstrong, today unveiled a new bicycle jersey that celebrates both of their legacies: leading and winning. The artists' rendering of the design shows a sleek new black-and-gold bicycling jersey, university-branded, with Armstrong's signature and cycling accom...
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Idaho Students Pass Rehabilitation Counselor National Exam with Flying Colors
Posted: Wednesday, June 16 2010
Written by Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Susan Stuntzner is senior lecturer and program coordinator for the University of Idaho Rehabilitation Counseling master’s degree program. She has occupied the post for just six months. It’s been a very productive six months judging by her students’ success. As the final step in their academic careers and first step into the profession, rehabilitatio...
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Education | Russ Joki | Educational Leadership | School Counseling | Coeur d' Alene | News Release | Graduate | coeur d alene
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College of Education Reconfiguration Strengthens Departments, Sharpens Experience for Students
Posted: Thursday, June 17 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – They say two heads are better than one, but three departments may prove more efficient and beneficial to students than four when it comes to the College of Education at the University of Idaho. With the approval today from the University of Idaho Board of Regents/State Board of Education, students at the university will see few changes when the Department of Adult Career Technolog...
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Revamped Counselor Education and Training Program Benefits Idaho Students and Schools
Posted: Friday, June 18 2010
Written by Donna Emert  MOSCOW, Idaho – Recent adjustments to the University of Idaho school counselor education and training has resulted in a win/win situation for university students and K-12 schools. The program recently has been cut from 61 to 34 credits, allowing school counseling students to complete the academic side of the program in one year instead of two. That reduction reflec...
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Jain Receives Grant from Idaho Drug Free Youth
Posted: Thursday, June 24 2010
Sachin Jain, assistant professor of counseling and school psychology and educational leadership, has received an award from the Idaho Drug Free Youth, a statewide program developed to help middle and high school students resist tobacco, drug and alcohol use. Jain's funded proposal is titled "Evaluation of the Idaho Drug Free Youth -- Idaho Youth Summit." The grant will fund work to evaluate a drug...
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A Million Dollar Boost for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education
Posted: Wednesday, July 21 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho will dig deep and statewide to discover and address the root causes of why Idaho is losing its advantage in global competitiveness. At the heart of the new initiative – supported by major funding from the Micron Technology Foundation – is learning why some Idaho students may not perform well, or pursue careers, in the areas of science, technology, engineerin...
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Membership and Its Privileges: University of Idaho Joins the National Geographic Alliance Network
Posted: Wednesday, August 4 2010
Written by Donna Emert MOSCOW, Idaho – Membership has its privileges and its inherent responsibilities. As a new member of the National Geographic Alliance Network (NGAN), the University of Idaho is now the state’s representative for NGAN. As such, the institution will receive $30,000 annually to integrate NGAN resources into pre-service and in-service teaching experiences for K-12 geography ed...
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CDHD to Partner With National Professional Development Center on Spectrum Disorders
Posted: Thursday, September 9 2010
Written by Amanda Cairo MOSCOW, Idaho – One-size fits all education rarely works, especially when it comes to Autism Spectrum Disorders. Now the University of Idaho Center on Disabilities and Human Development (CDHD), a center within the College of Education, has been awarded a partnership grant to increase the number of highly qualified personnel serving children and youth with ASD. “Educator...
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Soroptimists Name U-Idaho Professor Janice Fletcher Woman of Distinction in Education
Posted: Wednesday, November 17 2010
Written by Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Janice Fletcher, professor of early childhood development at the University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene, has earned the Soroptimist International of Coeur d’Alene Women of Distinction Education Award. The honor will be awarded at the club’s 28th annual Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon at 11:30 a.m., Friday, Nov. 19, at Cedar’s Restaurant in Coeur d’Al...
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Reading the Signs Early: CDHD to Receive Idaho Learn the Signs Act Early State Systems Grant
Posted: Thursday, December 9 2010
Written by Amanda Cairo MOSCOW, Idaho – As new diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorder rise, University of Idaho College of Education students are getting the education and awareness they will need to address ASD in the classroom. The university's Center on Disabilities and Human Development has received its third ASD grant this year. “Early intervention is critical. It has been the single bigges...
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The Gift of Literacy
Posted: Tuesday, December 14 2010
U-Idaho Students Buy $1,100 worth of Books for North Idaho Children Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – Literacy is a gift that keeps on giving. Spreading a little Christmas joy and promoting literacy at an early age has motivated University of Idaho teachers-in-training to purchase $1,100 worth of books for North Idaho children. The books will be distributed through the U.S. Marine’s Toys for Tots program,...
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Education | Cherie Major | Coeur d' Alene | News Release | Post Falls | coeur d alene
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Dissertation Defense: Hsin-Ying Fang
Posted: Friday, January 7 2011
Doctoral candidate in Education, Hsin-Ying Fang, will defend her dissertation entitled, "Teaching Styles, Personality Types and Interest in Positive Behavioral Support among Elementary School Teachers in Taiwan" on Jan. 21, 2011 in ED 216 at 10 a.m. All are welcome to atten.
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Dissertation Defense: Jamie Rundhaug
Posted: Monday, February 14 2011
Doctoral candidate in Education, Jamie Rundhaug, will defend her dissertation entitled: "Eating, Exercise, and Motivation in Male Marathon Runners: Exploring Risk Factors" on March 2, at 11 a.m. in ED 216. All are welcome to attend.
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Boogie Nights: Dance Clinics Jazz Up Festival
Posted: Wednesday, February 16 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – Music feeds Sadie Champlin’s creativity when she’s choreographing. So the chance to be a part of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival and share her passion for dance during movement clinics is an opportunity not to be missed. A senior dance major, the Kimberly, Idaho, native will be teaching hip hop as one of 27 movement sessions offered over three days during the jazz festival. “It’...
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From First Step to Last Note: Dancers Drummers Dreamers Ignites the Senses
Posted: Thursday, March 3 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – From the first step to the last note, Dancers Drummers Dreamers’ “No Strings Attached” features original music and dance in an integrated show that doesn’t stop until the last clap. “It’s a very unique show,” said Greg Halloran, University of Idaho Department of Dance coordinator. “It’s non-stop entertainment for your eyes and ears.” The dance and music performances, which run Ma...
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Hamlet’s Dilemma Proves Timeless: Shakespeare Debuts in Post Falls Fourth Grade Classrooms
Posted: Monday, March 21 2011
By Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – More than 70 Post Falls fourth graders are gaining a fundamental understanding of the Elizabethan era and insights into its most renowned spokesperson, William Shakespeare. After talking with Seltice Elementary School (Post Falls) Principal Mike Uphus, University of Idaho professor Emily Duvall, director of the Northwest Inland Writing Project and program ...
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Education Film Series Wraps Up with "The Race to Nowhere"
Posted: Thursday, March 31 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – As graduation looms around the corner, many students are feeling like the race is on for the finish. But just exactly what is that race and where is it going? The University of Idaho and Washington State University colleges of education will be discussing that metaphor with the film “The Race to Nowhere: The Dark Side of America’s Achievement Culture” on April 14 as a wrap up in ...
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Education | Melissa Saul | Elementary Education | News Release | Elementary Education | Cori Mantle-Bromley
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Idaho Assistive Technology Project Receives Award
Posted: Tuesday, May 10 2011
The Idaho Assistive Technology Project, a project of the University of Idaho's Center on Disabilities and Human Development, has been awarded the Group Citation Award presented by the International Association of Workforce Professionals, Idaho Chapter. Winners of the award are honored for their promotion of specialized customer services, health and working conditions, professional advancement, and...
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A Scholarship Fundraiser that Rocks: Local Student Talent to Stage Music and Art Festival June 4
Posted: Wednesday, June 1 2011
By Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Generation-Next rockers hope to raise some cash for potential first-generation Americans seeking higher education through the Educational Talent Search (ETS) Rock for College Concert, Saturday, June 4, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. at the Long Ear record store, 2405 North 4th St. in Coeur d’Alene. The show features singer/songwriters from Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls ju...
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Professional Practitioner Doctorate Opens New Doors
Posted: Monday, June 20 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – In response to a national and regional need, the University of Idaho is opening new opportunities in education through a professional practitioner doctoral program starting this fall in Rexburg. The doctorate focuses on applied research, teaching/learning and service/outreach for professionals in or related to education. “In the recent past, the differences between the Ph.D. and ...
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Education | James Gregson | Idaho Falls | News Release | Graduate | Idaho at Glance | Register Features | Graduate Education
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Students to Build Lunar Rovers in Coeur d’Alene
Posted: Friday, June 24 2011
By Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Student teams from Asotin, Clarkston, Lewiston, the Silver Valley, Coeur d'Alene and Post Falls high schools will get hands-on science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education this summer as they build a lunar rover. The experience is made possible through a partnership between the University of Idaho-administered Silver Valley Upward Bound pro...
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Think College Grant Award
Posted: Friday, December 2 2011
The Center on Disabilities and Human Development within the College of Education, has been awarded a Think College strategic planning grant funded through Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts. Matt Wappett is the principal investigator. The one-year grant will provide funding to support planning for post-secondary education initiatives for students with intellectual dis...
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New KTEC Teachers to Receive Training Through U-Idaho-Coeur d’Alene
Posted: Friday, March 9 2012
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho – Kootenai Technical Education Campus director Mark Cotner has announced a cooperative relationship with the University of Idaho to provide courses in Coeur d'Alene for KTEC faculty seeking professional-technical teacher certification. Cotner said KETC enrollment is now at 900 students, exceeding enrollment capacity, so the need for certified instructors is great. ...
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DancersDrummersDreamers® Shuffle, Slide, Stomp and Roll into Coeur d’Alene, May 14
Posted: Tuesday, May 1 2012
By Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho--The University of Idaho dance/percussion/performance art phenomenon, DancersDrummersDreamers® will appear at 7 p.m., May 14, in the Lake City High School Auditorium, 6101 Ramsey Road, Coeur d'Alene. This year, for the first time, DDD will perform at four separate locations across the state. University of Idaho student da...
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Experts Offer Students History of Local Water Health and Restoration Efforts
Posted: Friday, May 11 2012
By Donna Emert PINEHURST, Idaho—Approximately 20 Silver Valley Upward Bound students will wade into local waters, and local history, on Saturday, May 19. The field day is designed to help the students better understand the past and future of the Silver Valley, and the vital connections between environment, industry and education. Two University of Idaho programs, Upward Bou...
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Silver Valley Students to Experience University Life and Explore Human Rights Issues in Nation's Capitol
Posted: Tuesday, June 5 2012
By Donna Emert MOSCOW, Idaho – It’s upward and onward for 12 Silver Valley region students this summer as they prepare for higher education with classes at the University of Idaho and experiences at several universities and museums in Washington, DC through the Upward Bound program. The federally funded Upward Bound program will provide a six-week Summer Institute for 12 st...
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Matthew Wappett to take Young Scholar trip
Posted: Monday, June 18 2012
Matthew Wappett, assistant professor with the Center on Disabilities and Human Development, has been chosen to be a part of the U.S. Young Scholar Delegation to Taiwan on June 24-30. He is looking forward to returning to Taiwan, where he spent two years as a missionary in the early 1990s. His experience with treatment of the mentally disabled while there motivated him to return to the U.S. and pur...
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Anne Adams received $5 million NSF grant
Posted: Monday, June 18 2012
Anne Adams, assistant professor of mathematic education has received a joint University of Idaho-Washington State University $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation called Making Mathematic Reasoning Explicit (MMRE). The grant will bring 72 teachers from eastern Washington and Northern Idaho over a three-year period to WSU for further math teaching training. Each cohort of 24 teacher...
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Building the Road to Success: Bridge Idaho UB Prepares Students for College
Posted: Wednesday, July 18 2012
By Angielene Agliam MOSCOW, Idaho – It’s not common for high school students to be excited about summer learning opportunities, but Bridge Idaho Upward Bound students are on the University of Idaho campus exploring college life, studying social justice and fostering relationships while further investing in their education – and loving it. “This program gives us a sneak-peak...
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U-Idaho Creates Director of STEM Education Position, Names Hamilton
Posted: Monday, August 20 2012
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho has named Melinda Hamilton as the new leader of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education initiatives. Hamilton will work to coordinate the University’s numerous STEM efforts and capitalize on its significant expertise, explore future partnerships and provide leadership to ensure program growth and success. Hamilton, who has served as the d...
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College of Education Dance Associate Professor Greg Halloran passes away.
Posted: Thursday, August 30 2012
Gregory Halloran, associate professor and coordinator of dance in the College of Education, passed away at his home in Moscow earlier this week. Originally from Sacramento, Calif., he was a lifelong dancer who earned honors for his art in Washington, D.C. and New York City. He completed his Master of Fine Arts in 1996 at The Ohio State University and taught there as well as the Youth Perform...
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U-Idaho Counseling Programs Earn Highest Marks
Posted: Monday, September 17 2012
By Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — If student success is the ultimate measure of the effectiveness of a degree program, then counseling programs at the University of Idaho are definitely measuring up. In the most recent round of testing completed this fall, the University of Idaho’s Rehabilitation Counseling, Counseling and School Counseling program students collectively achieved a 100 perc...
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U-Idaho Receives $3 million Grant to Develop Teaching Methods, Classroom Technology
Posted: Monday, November 26 2012
Boise, ID – The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation is seeking to equip and train the next generation of teachers to help improve student achievement by awarding a $7.3 million grant to establish a pair of Doceõ Centers for Innovation and Learning at two Idaho universities, one public and one private. The University of Idaho and Northwest Nazarene University will establish centers ...
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Idaho’s Youth Create Tomorrow’s Inventions
Posted: Wednesday, March 6 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho’s creative, young minds will turn ideas into innovations during the annual Invent Idaho State Finals March 8-9 at the University of Idaho. Invent Idaho hosts over 100 young inventors in grades one through eight on the Moscow campus and celebrates student creativity and innovation, while teaching inventive thinking in an interdisciplinary curriculum. Regional ev...
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U-Idaho College of Education Hosts Scholastic Book Fair
Posted: Monday, April 15 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho College of Education’s Instructional Materials Technology Center (IMTC) will host a Scholastic Book Fair April 17 - 26, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. in the College of Education Building on the U-Idaho campus in Moscow. All members of the community, including families with children, are invited to attend. Funds raised will be used to purchase additiona...
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UI, Micron Pilot Programs Support STEM Education in Three Idaho Communities
Posted: Wednesday, June 5 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho’s science, technology, engineering and math – or STEM – Education Research Initiative is launching innovative programs in three Idaho communities to support student academic success and increase interest in STEM education.
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UI Coeur d’Alene Hosts Digin’IT Camp for Girls
Posted: Thursday, July 18 2013
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Middle school females will be Digin’IT at the University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene Center July 22-26. A community showcase will highlight 27 area middle school students and four high school interns participating in the information technology enrichment program on July 26 from 1-3 p.m. Dign’IT was designed for middle school females to help increas...
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Connecting With Land and Heritage Goes High Tech for Tribal Youth
Posted: Friday, July 26 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – For three weeks this summer, 24 members of the Coeur d’Alene and Spokane tribes are connecting with their Native American heritage through Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education at Back to the Earth camp (BTTE). July 29-Aug. 1, fourth through sixth grade tribal members will be at University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene for the final week of Back to t...
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Free Viewing of Documentary Featuring UI Alumna and Queen Latifah
Posted: Thursday, November 14 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Nov. 1, 2013 – The public is invited to a free viewing of the documentary “Teach” at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. The film highlights University of Idaho alumna Shelby Harris, a middle school teacher in Kuna, Idaho. The documentary features hostess Queen Latifah and directed by award-winning Davis Guggenheim, who is best known f...
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UI Report Details Idaho’s Hispanic Students’ Attitudes and Experiences
Posted: Thursday, November 14 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Hispanic students make up the fastest growing demographic group in Idaho’s education system, according to a report prepared by the University of Idaho in partnership with the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs. They have very high aspirations for continuing education beyond high school but face challenges in terms of achievement and understanding what’s involved...
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University of Idaho College of Education Receives National Accreditation from NCATE
Posted: Friday, November 15 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho College of Education received accreditation through Spring 2019 through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The educator preparation programs were reviewed as meeting or exceeding all accreditation standards and had only one recommendation for improvement — increasing the diversity of K-12 students with which ca...
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University of Idaho Graduates Ready For Commencement
Posted: Wednesday, November 27 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – A total of 925 University of Idaho students are eligible for graduation, with a total of 969 degrees, at the Winter Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 12:30 p.m., in the ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center. “I love graduation ceremonies. There is nothing that better symbolizes the hard work that goes into degree completion,” said this year’s commenceme...
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Schooling and Education: UI College of Ed Dean Encourages Lifelong Learning
Posted: Saturday, December 14 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Graduating University of Idaho students traded in their classroom learning environment for a degree at the Saturday, Dec. 14 Winter Commencement, but they will continue to learn in the less formal setting of life experience. “Some of the lessons I’ve learned from my hopscotch of a life have been more formal ones — occurring within the four walls of classroo...
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UI College of Education Offices to Relocate During Renovation Building Project
Posted: Monday, February 24
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho will begin construction on the College of Education Building renovation project this summer, relocating offices of faculty and staff through summer 2016. “The renovation project will ensure that the building does not only meet safety requirements but also an investment in a space for educating teachers for future generations of children,”...
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New Disability Studies Texts Co-Edited By CDHD Associate Director
Posted: Monday, March 24
Matthew Wappett, associate director at the Center on Disabilities and Human Development and clinical associate professor in the College of Education at the University of Idaho and Katrina Arndt, associate professor, St. John Fisher College School of Education have edited two new books that re-examine the foundations of disability studies as a field of scholarly inquiry and introduce emerging new s...
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UI Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning Opens Doors to Training Idahoans
Posted: Wednesday, March 26
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning is celebrating its opening with a VIP ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. Friday, April 4 and a public open house from noon for 4 p.m. The center is located in the lower level of the Student Union building at 709 Deakin Ave. “The opening of the Doceo Center Lab is an exciting step forward, allowing the university to...
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