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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.
UI thanks local broadband fiber provider Fatbeam.
UI has launched a crowdfunding platform to aid student-led projects, programs and other learning opportunities.
The Wall Street Journal calls the Palouse, its community and its landscapes “an easy place to fall in love with."
U of I is sharing in a five-year award from the National Science Foundation to support research into how rainbow trout and sagebrush adjust to changing environments.
Dozens of templates and resources are now available to help U of I employees create beautiful, branded university materials quickly and easily.
Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff will discuss immigration during the annual Sherman J. Bellwood Lecture Oct. 23-24 in Boise and Moscow.
A team of scientists, including University of Idaho astrophysicist Jason Barnes, have spotted dust storms on Titan.