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The beautiful campus is located in Moscow, Idaho, near the Idaho/Washington border. Getting here is easy:
- By car – The University of Idaho is located on the Washington and Idaho border: University of Idaho Main Campus 709 S. Deakin St. Moscow, ID 83844
- By air – Area airports include Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport and Spokane International Airport. Cars can be rented at each of these airports.
- By bus – Greyhound Lines provides bus service to Moscow.
Make hotel reservations for your family for the start of school. Accommodations fill up fast!
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Posted 5/21/2020 9:45:00 PM
In some regions, warming from climate change is causing precipitation to fall as rain instead of snow. It is also altering the timing of snowmelt to shift and become out of synch with irrigation demands for agriculture. John Abatzoglou — from the Department of Geography — and his colleagues looked at how snowmelt affects food production and how changes in snowmelt may threaten food production in irrigated regions globally. Read more
Posted 5/14/2020 10:53:00 PM
Congratulations to new Faculty Senate leadership for 2020-21, Barbara Kirchmeier, senate chair, and Russell Meeuf, senate vice chair. New senate members are Amin Ahmadzadeh, Teresa Cohn, Dan Hickman, Deb McIntosh, Kelly Quinnett, Bob Rinker and Elizbeth Wargo. A special thanks to Terry Greib for his leadership over the past year as senate chair and Kirchmeier for her work as vice chair. Read more
Posted 5/14/2020 10:49:00 PM
Four faculty members from the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences have been awarded Olsson Early Career Fellowships. This program aims to help recently hired faculty develop scholarly/creative programs that promote research and creative activities in the humanities, arts and social sciences that will attract outside funding and/or that will result in publications, patents or exhibitions/performances. Read more
Our Campus and the Moon
The sky is the limit only for those who aren't afraid to fly right now!Read Story