U-Idaho's First Endowed Chair
Seattle philanthropists Tom Alberg and Judi Beck's $3.3 million gift will support the university's first fully funded endowed chair – Anthony S. Davis.
Craig and Dorothy MacPhee Scholarship
Former University of Idaho fisheries professor Craig MacPhee passed away on October 9, 2012. Yet, through the Craig and Dorothy MacPhee Scholarship, his legacy continues.
“Growing up in the east, I thought Idaho was nothing more than the “potato state”, but then there it was: the 2.3 million-acre Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.
Marla Swartz and Sabine Deristn
The day after the 2010 earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Marla Schwartz (B.S. Plant Sci. ’71) called Anthony S. Davis, director of the University of Idaho Center for Forest Nursery. Read more
Reveley Geospatial Education and Research Complex
In 2008, Thomas ‘59 and Teita Reveley of Bainbridge, Wash., funded the construction of the complex in CNR to improve natural resources study. Read more
Janet DeVlieg Pope
In recognition of her public service and contributions to natural resource management and engineering, Janet DeVlieg Pope receives an honorary doctorate during winter commencement ceremonies in 2011. Read more
Vogeler family gives to CNR
For the Vogeler family the College of Natural Resources was the perfect place to support Idaho students and share their love of the great outdoors. Read more
Alice and Wade Allen: A Legacy of Learning
It doesn't take a lot of time or a lot of money to make a difference in a student's life. Read more