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University of Idaho Graduate Student Wins National Conservation Award
Posted: Monday, November 30 2009
Written by Sue McMurray MOSCOW, Idaho – Improving our understanding of risks to threatened species populations worldwide is the ambition of Jan Schipper, a University of Idaho graduate student. He is the recent winner of the William T. Hornaday Conservation Award, a national award from the American Society of Mammalogists that recognizes Schipper's significant contribution as a student to the con...
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Natural Resources | College of Graduate Studies | Conservation Social Sciences | Wildlife Resources | Conservation Social Sciences | News Release | COGS homepage | Graduate
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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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First-Generation College Student Makes Splash in Fish Health Research Improvements
Posted: Tuesday, June 29 2010
Written by Sue McMurray MOSCOW, Idaho – For some, a college education is overrated, especially in hard economic times when a diploma from a four-year institution no longer guarantees a job. While growing up, David Burbank’s family was of this opinion and did not encourage him to attend college just to have “the experience.” But Burbank had a different vision. Burbank’s passions for fishing, t...
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Natural Resources | Fishery Resources | Fishery Resources | News Release | Graduate | Fishery Resources
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Bosque-Pérez Appointed as Interim College of Graduate Studies Dean
Posted: Tuesday, July 20 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho has appointed Nilsa A. Bosque-Pérez, professor in the Department of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences, to serve an interim appointment as dean of the College of Graduate Studies. She takes up the new post on Aug. 15. "Nilsa Bosque-Pérez is committed to the interdisciplinary ideals that are at the core of the University of Idaho,” said Doug Baker, provo...
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University of Idaho Events for Aug. 16-22
Posted: Friday, August 13 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – The following is a list of University of Idaho sponsored events for the week of Aug. 16-22. Events will take place in Moscow and Boise, and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Monday, Aug. 16 Fall 2010 WWAMI medical education classes begin. Dissertation Defense: Charles Berenbrock 9 a.m., MT University of Idaho Boise, Room 24...
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University of Idaho Boise | Graduate | International Programs | Student Affairs | Greek | Diversity | Duane Nellis | Orientation | International
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A Literary Coup: Idaho Student Poet to be published in The New Yorker
Posted: Monday, August 30 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho third-year MFA Poetry candidate Ciara Shuttleworth has learned that her poem, “Sestina,” has been accepted for publication in The New Yorker, arguably the most significant literary and cultural publication in the world. Founded in 1925, the magazine has published some of the most noteworthy writers in the 20th and 21st centuries, including Anne Beattie, John C...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Robert Wrigley | Creative Writing, M.F.A. | News Release | Graduate | Idaho at Glance | Register Features
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Montana, Colorado and Idaho Universities Partner on Study of Fire and Climate Change
Posted: Wednesday, September 1 2010
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Faculty at Montana State University, the University of Colorado, the University of Idaho and collaborators at the USDA Forest Service received a $3.85 million grant to study fire and climate change in sensitive forests in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand. The National Science Foundation is funding the project, which starts today, through their Partnerships in International Re...
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Natural Resources | Fire Ecology & Management | News Release | Graduate | Philip Higuera | Idaho at Glance | Fire Ecology & Management | Register Features
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Idaho Student to Receive American Planning Association Award
Posted: Wednesday, October 13 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Ryan Urie, a Hagerman native and recent graduate of the University of Idaho's graduate program in bioregional planning and community design, will receive the 2010 Planning Student Award of Merit from the Idaho Chapter of the American Planning Association Thursday, Oct. 14, in Boise. The award recognizes outstanding achievement in planning. Urie was recognized for helping to found...
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Natural Resources | Sandra Lee Pinel | Bioregional Planning | News Release | Graduate | Kootenai County
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From Trash To Keepsakes: Graduation Gowns Take Recycling to the Next Level
Posted: Tuesday, November 30 2010
Written by Amanda Cairo MOSCOW, Idaho – As students walk across the commencement stage Dec. 11, a fresh set of graduates will head out into the world not only in style – but with a green conscience and a different perspective from using sustainable gowns. “With the ability to transform a waste product into a usable commodity, our society stands a better chance of sustainable survival,” said Sco...
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“Embrace Failure”: Commencement Speaker Scott Wood Urges Graduates to Look Beyond Immediate Success
Posted: Saturday, December 11 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – While many commencement speeches urge graduates to seek success and look for beauty, Scott Wood today encouraged newly minted University of Idaho graduates to “embrace failure.” Wood, distinguished scientist and dean of the university’s College of Science, was careful to note that there is “no virtue whatsoever in failure that comes about as a result of sloth or apathy or stupidit...
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Science | Scott Wood | News Release | Graduate | Registrar
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