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Invent Idaho State Finals Come to UI March 6-7
Posted: Wednesday, March 4
Some of the most creative and imaginative young minds from across the state will show off their bright ideas at the Invent Idaho State Finals this week in Moscow. The winners of regional Invent Idaho contests will compete in the two-day finals being hosted at the University of Idaho Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7 in the Bruce M. Pitman Center. Invent Idaho challenges students in first thro...
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Prichard Exhibit, Director Receive Honors
Posted: Wednesday, March 4
Prichard Art Gallery Director Roger Rowley and artist Lonnie Hutson will receive the Richard L. Wallace Native Fish Conservationist of the Year award Thursday, March 5, at a ceremony in Boise. The award is given by the Idaho Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, and recognizes UI’s traveling exhibit “38 Minus: The Idaho Fish Project.” The exhibit and accompany educational pr...
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Art & Architecture | Roger Rowley | Acknowledgements
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College of Law Faculty Attend Annual Association of American Law Schools Meeting
Posted: Tuesday, March 3
This year’s Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting was held Jan. 2–5 in Washington, D.C. The meeting topics included law, legal education, academics, law schools and more. Several College of Law faculty were able to attend. Some completed leadership roles in 2014, some took on new roles for 2015, and some spoke on panels: • Professor John Rumel was appointed a...
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Law | Acknowledgements
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Chemistry Professor Bitterwolf Receives National Honor for Research, Teaching
Posted: Tuesday, March 3
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) named University of Idaho chemistry professor Tom Bitterwolf among its prestigious class of 2014 AAAS Fellows. Bitterwolf joined 400 other scientists from across the nation Feb. 14 to receive the honor at the 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting in San Jose, California. Bitterwolf, who has been with the UI Department of Chemistry since 1988, sai...
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LUNAFEST Women’s Film Festival at UI on March 10
Posted: Tuesday, March 3
The UI Women’s Center will celebrate its 10th anniversary of hosting the only national touring festival of short films by, for and about women. The LUNAFEST Women’s Film Festival will take place in Moscow on Tuesday, March 10. LUNAFEST, produced by LUNA, The Whole Nutrition Bar for Women, provides a national platform for independent women filmmakers to share their talents and stories. ...
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UI Researcher Returns to His Roots to Grow Reforestation Effort
Posted: Tuesday, March 3
For Kent Apostol, a research scientist in the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources, returning to his home country to grow a sustainable agroforestry industry is more than service-learning — the native of the Philippines sees the potential to plant seeds of entrepreneurship, growing a profitable and ecologically sustainable agroforestry industry. He and Kea Woodruff, a se...
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College of Education Team Wins Regional Knowledge Bowl
Posted: Tuesday, March 3
The Department of Movement Sciences Exercise Science and Health team won the American College of Sports Medicine Northwest Chapter Student Knowledge Bowl championship on Feb. 28 in Bend, Ore. Devin Drummer, Mac Kenzie Schneider and Bradley Kruger competed against 28 other teams to win the regional competition. They will compete at the nationals in May in San Diego, Calif.
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Emeritus Professor Nick Gier to Speak at Martin Forum
Posted: Monday, March 2
Nick Gier, a professor emeritus of philosophy, will present at the University of Idaho’s Martin Forum on Thursday, March 5. Gier will discuss the “The Origins of Religious Violence” starting at 12:30 p.m. in the Teaching and Learning Center, TLC Room 041. “The association between religion and violence is a long-standing issue; however, we have seen a surge of religious vi...
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