CALS students have many opportunities to gain first-hand experience through in-depth research, both at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Many research opportunities are available for undergraduate students looking to extend their experiences beyond the classroom. Talk with your professor to see how you can get involved.
Changing Mosquito Diets to Prevent Spread of Malaria
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences student attempts to decrease the ability of malaria-carrying mosquitoes to lay eggs with plant hormone
Exploring Consumer Perspectives on Animal Welfare
Agricultural and Life Sciences undergraduate explores how people’s views on animal welfare affect their buying practices
All graduate students are expected to conduct independent research, develop a research methodology, carry out scientific data collection and analyze the results.
The Value of Water
CALS student looks for answers to irrigation issue
A desire to positively impact agriculture and an interest in water issues led Madison Moore to pursue a graduate degree in applied economics from University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Flexibility in Economics
CALS student studies community economic resilience
University of Idaho student Lauryn Ringwood combines a passion for applied economics and an interest in community resilience into a master’s degree in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.