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Henscheid Receives Recognition as "Founder of Movement"
Posted: Friday, February 11 2011
The University of Idaho’s Core Curriculum director Jean M. Henscheid is one of five individuals recognized as a central figure in the international movement to improve entering college students’ experiences. Henscheid’s recognition came at the 30th Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience. Others acknowledged with Henscheid include John N. Gardner and Betsy Barefoot of the John N. Gardner In...
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Rod Hill Named ACE Fellow
Posted: Thursday, April 1 2010
Rod Hill, associate professor of physiology and secretary of the faculty, has been named an American Council on Education Fellow for 2010-11. The prestigious fellows program, founded in 1965, identifies and prepares promising senior faculty and administrators for responsible university administrative roles. Forty-six fellows, nominated by the presidents or chancellors of their institutions, were s...
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Walter Hesford
Posted: Thursday, February 25 2010
Associate Professor of English
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Natural Resource Students Earn Second Place in International Social Science Symposium Quiz Bowl
Posted: Tuesday, June 14 2011
Conservation Social Sciences graduate students recently earned second place in the Quiz Bowl competition during the 17th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management held June 4-8 in Madison, Wisc. The Quiz Bowl is a spirited competition among several university-based teams of students and provides both participants and the audience with a fun experience while enhancing their awarene...
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O'Laughlin Tapped for National Forest Science Award
Posted: Thursday, September 2 2010
Jay O’Laughlin, professor of forestry and director of the University Policy Analysis Group, recently received the Society of American Foresters’ 2010 Award in Forest Science. The award recognizes individual research in any branch of the quantitative, managerial and/or social sciences resulting in substantial advances in forestry. The award will be presented Oct. 29 at the SAF National Convention i...
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Pallen’s Photos Earn Numerous Awards
Posted: Wednesday, July 21 2010
Joe Pallen, photo specialist with University Photo Services, has been on a winning streak. Since joining the University Photographers Association of America seven months ago, he’s submitted photographs for monthly judging and earned praise and awards. In February, he placed second in the News category and third in the Features and Illustration category. In April, he took first place in Portraits a...
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Shreeve Honored For Work As Fluorine Chemist
Posted: Friday, June 25 2010
Jean'ne M. Shreeve, Jean'ne M. Shreeve Professor of Chemistry, was recognized for her work as an internationally distinguished fluorine chemist at a special daylong symposium held at the Joint 65th Northwest Regional Meeting/22nd Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting hosted by the American Chemical Society Washington-Idaho Border Section. The meeting took place on June 21 at Washington State University....
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Christine Moffitt
Posted: Wednesday, March 3 2010
Professor of Fish Biology
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Waters of the West GK12 Program Presents at NSTA Conference
Posted: Friday, November 11 2011
The University of Idaho Waters of the West GK12 program pairs graduate STEM students with teachers in 7 – 12 grade classrooms to improve the graduate students’ communication and teaching skills. The program manager and co-PI, Paul Allan, and co-PI, Jerine Pegg, will be presenting a session at the National Science Teachers Association regional conference in Seattle on Dec. 8-10. Two graduate stud...
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Range Graduate Student Earns Three Research Grants to Study Effects of Air Pollution on Semi-Arid Desert Ecosystems
Posted: Wednesday, June 1 2011
Benjamin Wissinger, a master’s degree candidate studying under assistant professor Beth Newingham, received a 2011 Robert Lee Graduate Student research grant from the Joshua Tree National Park. The park’s graduate student research program encourages independent field research by graduate students enrolled in accredited institutions. The program provides student researchers with an opportunity to d...
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