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A Redesign – By Students, For Students
Climate change increases the fire risk in Idaho.
Tackling Tough Questions Through Active Research
Junior Brings Fresh Perspective to Architecture
Graduates Take Many Paths to Commencement
The Fall 2018 issue of Here We Have Idaho focuses on big ideas that start with Vandals.
Solving Archaeological Mysteries
Research Hits Home for U of I Professor
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Recent international studies alum creates scholarship so students can have similar life-changing experiences
Volunteer recruiter, Bob Costi '73, stops by high schools and businesses — and set up a scholarship — to get students to the U of I campus.
U of I has launched a crowdfunding platform to aid student-led projects, programs and other learning opportunities.
Schellenger Scholarship in Engineering helps make balancing degree and full-time job easier for mechanical engineering senior Titus Hansen.
Vandals statewide are engaged in recruiting the 19th president of the University of Idaho.
The first time Santos Vargas used a sewing machine he was a sophomore at the University of Idaho. Now 24, Vargas is a product coordinator at NRS — a Moscow-based company that produces a variety of outdoor gear and apparel.
Evening shows will not only feature world-renowned jazz artists but also highlight daytime student competition winners on the festival’s main stage.
The Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon signed U of I Native American Collaboration Agreement.
Students were awarded more than $8,000 for projects focused on improving sustainability at the university.