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Idaho Falls Vandal Advantage

Posted: Wednesday, September 17 Cheri Cole represented COGS at the IF Vandal Advantage event and was recognized by Idaho Falls students and faculty for her tireless work to support and assist graduate students.
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Cholera Article Featured by International Human Rights Organizations

Posted: Tuesday, September 16 A recent paper by Guy Knudsen, Professor of Microbial Ecology and Plant Pathology, was featured by the international civil society organizations Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (Boston, MA) and Bureau des Avocats Internationaux (Port-au-Prince, Haiti), in their efforts to provide relief and reparations for victims of Haiti’s ongoing cholera epidemic. The article, “Cholera ...
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PreLaw Magazine Names College of Law Among Best Value Schools

Posted: Thursday, August 14 In its 2014 Back to School issue, preLaw Magazine named the University of Idaho College of Law on its list of Best Value law schools. They only featured 53 ABA-accredited law schools. The article includes some interesting analysis on the “best value” of attending law schools in rural states and/or small towns. Out of the top 20 schools, only two are in sizable metropolitan markets.&nbs...
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Movement Sciences Chair Named IAHPERD University Educator of the Year

Posted: Tuesday, August 12 Philip Scruggs, associate professor and College of Education Department of Movement Science’s chair, has been honored with College/University Educator of the Year for 2014 from the IAHPERD (Idaho Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance). “It is fabulous to see Dr. Scruggs recognized by his peers for his many contributions to his areas of expertise, including p...
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Movement Sciences' Vella and Scruggs Receive Grant to Study Exercise and Disease Risk

Posted: Wednesday, July 30 Chantal Vella, associate professor in the College of Education and director of the Exercise Physiology Laboratory, along with Philip Scruggs, Department of Movement Sciences chair, received a $82,500 grant from the Mountain West Clinical Translational Research Infrastructure Network, a National Institute of Health funded research consortium. Vella is serving as primary investigator and Scruggs a...
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