Human-Caused Climate Change
We’re no longer waiting for human-caused climate change to leave its fingerprint.
Geography News Releases
Posted Tue, 15 May 2018 11:00:00 -0700
Nineteen faculty members at the University of Idaho were awarded funding for FY2019 through the university’s Seed Grant program. Sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development, the Seed Grant program helps early career faculty establish a scholarly program. The program aims to promote research, outreach and creative activities that will improve individual faculty competitiveness for external funding and/or will result in publications, patents, recognition, awards or exhibitions/performances. Seed Grant awards ranged from $8,200 to $12,000. Read more
Posted Thu, 12 Apr 2018 14:03:00 -0700
Join the Department of Geography seminar series featuring Jessie Clark at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19, in the Teaching and Learning Center Room 022. Clark's presentation is titled "'The State Kills, We Kill, Everyone Kills': Finding and Framing Humor in the Field," and will present her experiences researching the politics of nationalism among Kurdish women in Southeast Turkey (Northern Kurdistan) with a special emphasis on the role of humor in making sense of geopolitical issues. Read more
Posted Thu, 01 Mar 2018 13:53:00 -0800
The University of Idaho Moscow will feature the work of seven research teams involved in grant-funded work through the Idaho Water Resources Research Institute (IWRRI) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) 104b program on Wednesday, March 7, at the first ever Water Research Symposium. Read more
Posted Fri, 05 Jan 2018 12:17:00 -0800
Oregon almonds may replace their counterparts from California on grocery store shelves by the 2050s, according to a study of climate models published by University of Idaho researchers in the journal Climatic Change. Read more
Meet Lanny McAden
Lanny is the recipient of the Dean's Award which is awarded to the outstanding senior in each department.
Idaho Water Handbook
Researchers at the University of Idaho are addressing the state’s pressing water needs now and for the future in Idaho Public Television’s “Outdoor Idaho.”