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University-Company Team Wins Group's Recognition for Wastewater Research
Posted: Monday, September 28 2009
MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho scientists and colleagues will be honored with the top award in their field for their research on a pioneering system to remove phosphorus from wastewater before it enters lakes and streams. The Water Environment Federation notified University of Idaho environmental chemist Greg Moller and Blue Water Technologies Chief Technology Officer Remy Newcombe that the...
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Food Science | Susan Childers | Food Science | Environmental Science | Food Science | Biological and Agricultural Engineering | Environmental Science | CALS Homepage | Research | News Release
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Grad Faculty Brown Bag Seminar: Tips for Recruiting the Best Graduate Students--Domestic and International
Posted: Friday, October 2 2009
A Faculty Panel will present their best practices for recruiting Domestic and International students. All Graduate Faculty are invited. Presenting at the seminar are Mickey Gunter from Geological Sciences, Brandon Schrand from the MFA In Creative Writing and Rebecca Brown from the International Programs office. The "Brown Bag" seminar will be held in the Sub Gold Rm on Wednesday October 14th from...
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Mickey Gunter | Brandon Schrand | Creative Writing, M.F.A. | Geology
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New Courses for Sustainability Distance Education to be Created through Sustainable Idaho Grants
Posted: Monday, April 26 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Five University of Idaho faculty will receive grants totaling almost $20,000 from the Sustainable Idaho Strategic Initiative through its annual Greening the Curriculum grant competition. The grants will fund the development of new online courses to expand the university’s distance education curriculum related to sustainability. Selected projects have interdisciplinary ap...
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College of Graduate Studies | Greg Möller | Gary Johnson | Michael O'Rourke | Research | News Release | Sustainability
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Girls Just Wanna Have Impact: 200 North Idaho girls to attend Women in Science in Coeur d'Alene Oct. 4-5
Posted: Monday, September 27 2010
While six figures might seem like a pretty strong draw for students considering a career in the sciences, young women are looking for more
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Science | Scott Wood | Anne Liu Kern | Michelle Wiest | Coeur d' Alene | News Release
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Stripes on Mars Research Gains Momentum
Posted: Tuesday, October 5 2010
Few undergraduate students find their work referred to in Nature Magazine and Popular Science, but for Vandal alumnus Daisuke Kobayashi that dream became a reality.
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Science | Geological Sciences | Kenneth Sprenke | Geology | Geology | Research | News Release
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Winter Commencement Set for Dec. 11
Posted: Thursday, November 11 2010
Written by Chelsey Remitz  MOSCOW, Idaho –This December, 746 graduates are eligible to walk across the stage to receive their diplomas at the University of Idaho's 2010 winter commencement. The event will take place on Saturday, Dec. 11, at 12:30 p.m., in the ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center, and is free and open to the public. All degree candidates participating in the ceremony must line up f...
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Science | Scott Wood | News Release | Idaho at Glance | Register Features | Registrar
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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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Isaacson Receives Second Fulbright Fellowship
Posted: Monday, March 21 2011
Peter Isaacson, professor of geological sciences, has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship during summer 2011. The award is for combined teaching and research at the Universidad Autónoma de Entre Rios, in Diamante, Argentina. Teamed with Argentine colleague Mercedes diPasquo, Isaacson will offer a will offer a field-based course with objectives of a complete geological evaluation of a Devonian-age ...
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Science | Geological Sciences | Peter Isaacson | Acknowledgements | Register Features
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Students Shine at National Level, Showcase Implications of Geothermal Energy for Idaho
Posted: Wednesday, July 6 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – A national award for University of Idaho geological sciences students is more than just a pat on the back. It showcases the implications of geothermal energy in Idaho, and the state's growing need to develop this renewable resource. The geological sciences student team earned third place late last month in a National Geothermal Student Competition, or NGSC; the team evaluated the ...
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Science | College of Graduate Studies | Geological Sciences | Jerry Fairley | Geology | Geology | Idaho Falls | News Release | Idaho at Glance | Graduate Education
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University of Idaho Geologists Take Preventative Measures Before Potential Earthquake
Posted: Monday, July 11 2011
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – Grand Teton National Park is a spectacular site along the Wyoming-Idaho border. The park brings in nearly 4 million visitors a year and creates a scenic background for those who live there. While the beauty is stunning, it’s tempered by the potential of danger from beneath the ground. The majestic mountain range sits on an active fault line that could one day lead to a sever...
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Science | Geological Sciences | Geology | Geology | Idaho Falls | News Release | Idaho at Glance | Register Features | Soil | Eastern Idaho | Geology | Geology
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