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Friday Letter Archive

The Friday Letter is U of I’s long-running, weekly message straight from the president to members of the Vandal family. Each week during the academic year, and with breaks for holidays, the president offers an update on Vandal teaching and learning, research and scholarship, and notable initiatives and priorities. Alumni and friends are welcome to join students, faculty and staff in receiving the newsletter.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Oct. 15, 2021
Dear Vandals,

Talking with colleagues this week, everyone agreed that last weekend won’t be forgotten any time soon. I believe in a few years we’ll look back on the inaugural Vandal Fest as one of the most important weekends in the history of our state.

We knew that Homecoming and the opening of ICCU Arena would leave Vandals everywhere beaming with pride. The weather cooperated, and our campus was stunning in full fall colors. The football team came through with a Big Sky victory on Saturday. The serpentine and the fireworks Friday night were spectacular. And we also unveiled Brave. Bold. A promise to Idaho’s students. Our commitment to students is evident in the focus and drive behind this campaign – one that puts students and their access to a bright future at the forefront.

Check out the Vandal Fest highlight video.

As always at the U of I, our students come first. We’re focused on student access, student experiences and students finding meaningful careers. This means removing barriers, connecting the classroom with hands-on training and linking with industry partners to deliver internships and other experiential learning opportunities.

Our campaign cabinet held its first meeting last week. We were stirred with emotion as each of us shared stories of how our lives, careers and families were forged and forever changed during our time at the U of I. We all long for students across Idaho to have those same opportunities to transform their lives. Our remarkable partners across a variety of fields and industries are excited to kick this campaign into high gear.

Thank you to our students, staff and faculty who went above and beyond to make Vandal Fest an unforgettable experience.

I know I’m not alone in feeling it’s a special time to be a Vandal. I hope you can find a way to plug in to this team effort, because we need everyone. You can have a lasting impact on our students and our state.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President

VANDALS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Gov. Little praises ICCU Arena at ribbon cutting: Idaho’s governor referred to the state-of-the-art arena as “bait” for new students.

U of I’s CAMP featured on Boise TV: The College Assistance Migrant Program assists Hispanic and Latinx students through advising and holistic support.

Libraries collaborate to offer expanded services: The Network of Idaho Academic Libraries will share expertise and resources to better serve higher ed students and Idaho citizens.

The ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center was the subject of an in-depth feature story, “An ode to the Kibbie Dome, college football’s weirdest stadium,” last week on ESPN.com.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Oct. 8, 2021
Dear Vandals,

Homecoming week is a celebration of our alumni, our traditions and our students.

It’s also a chance to envision our potential. It’s big, it’s brave, and it’s bold.

This afternoon as we celebrate Homecoming and officially unveil the ICCU Arena, we’ll also embark on our campaign – Brave. Bold. A promise to Idaho’s students.

Our aim is to boost and inspire Idaho students to earn a degree at the University of Idaho, regardless of their financial situation.

Morgan McCall started her Vandal journey in the fall of 2019 thanks to scholarship support. The pandemic made the last two years a bumpy road, but now in her third year at U of I, Morgan is on track to earn her degree in Finance. Donor-funded scholarships paved the way for her success.

“The scholarships I’ve gotten have allowed me to focus on school versus worrying about paying for school and housing – that’s a lot when you first leave home,” Morgan says. “That stress was taken away, so I could study, and then I could earn more scholarships.”

When students like Morgan can engage in campus activities, know their professors and immerse themselves in the U of I experience, they graduate ready to take on meaningful jobs. And they are prepared to contribute to their communities.

Scholarships can mean the difference between working an off-campus job to help pay tuition and being able to join a study group or spend extra time in the lab.

The first year of our campaign focuses on student success. As we prepare for the launch of our campaign this evening, many Vandals have already stepped up with generous donations.

We are thankful for the quality of the education we received. Let’s start a new tradition this Homecoming – invest in a program at the U of I that resonates with you. Join me, and pay it forward for your alma mater.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President

VANDALS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

U of I Research team lands NSF grant to support sustainable building techniques: Michael Maughan is leading a team developing technology to turn Idaho wood waste into one of the most sustainable building construction materials on the market.

Borah Symposium addresses community and global health: “Pandemics: Looking back, facing forward,” is the theme for this year’s Borah Symposium, scheduled for Monday through Wednesday, Oct. 11-13, at U of I and online.

Coach Monson to lead Homecoming Parade: U of I will celebrate a Century of Vandals this Homecoming weekend. Don Monson, the winningest coach in Vandal basketball history, will serve as Grand Marshal for the Homecoming Parade tomorrow, Oct. 9.


The Vandal License Plate program provides more than $50,000 per year in scholarships to Idaho residents enrolled at U of I.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Oct. 1, 2021
Dear Vandals,

Talk with Kathy Barnard about the University of Idaho for a few minutes, and her passion, dedication and pride are bound to shine through. You could say she’s brave and bold.

Next week, Kathy will celebrate Vandal Fest and Homecoming with thousands of other Vandals. The excitement will be bittersweet, though as this is her final Homecoming as executive director of our Alumni Association before her well-earned retirement at the end of the year.

Kathy’s been an invaluable colleague. She’s served the Alumni Association for the past five years, but she’s been the ultimate team player. Kathy filled in as interim executive director for communications and marketing and provided remarkable leadership in a tough time for higher education.

Meanwhile, the Alumni Association is thriving. Kathy created new ways for Vandals to get involved with their university – the Vandal Book Club, the Vandals Uncorked Wine Club and the Vandal Voyagers travel groups. She helped teachers across the country Vandalize their classrooms, and started the Cup of Joe series of talks to help Vandals stay connected through the pandemic.

She’s also helped double our number of alumni chapters – we now have 30 chapters around the country for Vandals to plug into.

“Our Office of Alumni Relations team and our board of directors – I couldn’t ask for greater partners in this work,” said Kathy, who graduated in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. “I’ve just been a relentless cheerleader for the whole university and tried to remind alumni that we have a lot to be proud of.”

An outstanding point of pride will be unveiled next Friday. The Idaho Alumni Club inside ICCU Arena will welcome Vandals for many years to come thanks to the efforts of our Alumni Association. The association is a key donor in the iconic building – which is now complete and ready to host events and games.

We’re celebrating the 100-year anniversary of our Vandal mascot this year with a full week of Homecoming activities, beginning Sunday. Vandal Fest kicks off on Friday, when we’ll officially open the doors of ICCU Arena and kick off our Brave. Bold. campaign. And, of course, the Homecoming parade and football game on Saturday are can’t-miss traditions. Now is a great time to consider joining the U of I Alumni Association, or the Student Alumni Relations Board. They are great ways to show your Vandal pride and have a lot of fun supporting your university.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President

VANDALS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

U of I awarded $18.9M NSF Grant for Deep Soil Research Facility: The Deep Soil Ecotron facility will enable scientists to study soil at depths greater than anywhere else in the world.

ICCU Arena draws rave reviews on Media Day: The long-awaited basketball and events center seats 4,000, and is a showcase for Idaho’s timber industry with its 854 mass timber beams.

Second cohort of U of I’s Science and Technology Policy Fellows Named: Jared Talley and Samantha Werth were appointed to the program that places scientists and engineers in state agencies to develop and implement solutions to some of Idaho’s greatest challenges.

Idaho WWAMI student coordinates QPR training to save lives: Third-year medical student Mike Reynolds is introducing suicide prevention training to the Jerome School District.

U of I’s first Homecoming weekend took place in 1909. Washington State was the traditional homecoming football game opponent in the early years, but now it varies each year. The Vandals take on Portland State in this year’s homecoming game.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Sept. 24, 2021
Dear Vandals,

The numbers won’t be finalized for a few more weeks, but we anticipate an excellent report regarding our enrollment this fall. And believe it or not, we are set to begin actively recruiting our 2022 class of first-year Vandals. We need you and your Vandal experience to help us.

I’m pleased to be able to join our strategic enrollment management team at several high schools around the state in the coming weeks. Our message to high school students centers on the value of a college education. Over a lifetime, a college graduate earns $1.2 million more, on average, than individuals who do not attend college. College graduates also live longer, healthier lives – nine years longer on average. They also contribute more to their communities – a testament to the land-grant mission.

In Idaho, we need more young people to hear this message. Idaho’s go-on rate (the number of high school seniors that started college in the fall after graduation) was just 38 percent in 2020. Part of that low number is related to the pandemic, but it continues a four-year trend of decreases in Idaho’s go-on rate. And in 2019, Idaho’s go-on rate of 45 percent was well below the national rate of 66 percent.

Please join me in encouraging high school students to explore higher education and to check out the University of Idaho.

  • We are ranked the No. 1 Best Value in the West for Public Universities by U.S. News and World Report.
  • We provide more than $30 million in scholarships and waivers annually, more than any other Idaho institution.
  • More than 200 employers recruit U of I students through on-campus career fairs each year.
  • U of I grads have the highest average starting and mid-career salaries of any public school in the state, according to Payscale.

If you know a high school student, share your experience at the U of I. Tell them to connect with an admissions counselor or plan a campus visit. And encourage them to explore all of their options for college. It may be a life-changing conversation.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President
Latest News

from U of I

St. Luke’s Scholarship Endowment Supports WWAMI Students

St. Luke’s Health System pledged $500,000 to the University of Idaho Foundation to support Idaho WWAMI students interested in caring for underserved and rural populations. Read more.

Grant Funding Expands UI 4-H Programs Throughout the State

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s Idaho Community Program granted 4-H a total of $7 million to boost innovative programs for thousands of young people. Read more.

Idaho alum Mueller to join Idaho Technology Council Hall of Fame

Tom Mueller, a renowned rocket engine designer and the first employee of Elon Musk’s SpaceX, hopes his Hall of Fame honor will inspire future Idaho rocket scientists. Read more.

This week is National Postdoctoral Appreciation Week. We appreciate each of our 77 postdocs around the state for their invaluable contributions to the research and teaching of the U of I.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Sept. 17, 2021
Dear Vandals,

The results are in, and U of I came out on top! That’s right. For the second year in a row our university is ranked the Best Public School Value in the West in the annual rankings released by U.S. News and World Report. Not only are we Best in the West, we are ranked the No. 2 best value of ALL public universities in the nation.

This makes me proud – and it should make you proud, as well. A Vandal education is accessible, high quality and has amazing outcomes. That is No. 1 value.

I talk a lot about telling our story and this is a great story to tell. This is a story of investment in students and driving great outcomes. This fall we will engage you, our alumni, friends and stakeholders, in ways never seen before to drive student success. Breaking down financial barriers, guiding students to find their affinity groups and building a solid foundation gives students what they need for a great start to a successful career.

That investment is part of my story – like so many of you, a donor believed in me as an undergraduate, and that scholarship helped set my path to success. So let’s get out there, tell our stories and share the recognition of the great value that is our University of Idaho.

We are the Tribe from the North, brave and bold – and No. 1.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President
Latest News

from U of I

Dancing With Robots

The first law of robotics, according to science fiction, is that robots may never harm a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. The first “rule” of robotics in John Shovic’s classes at the University of Idaho, meanwhile, is much less ominous. “Robots are dumb,” said Shovic, a professor in robotics and artificial intelligence. “Robots can’t do anything without software controlling them.” Read more.

An Inspired Design

Sonya Fernandes grew up surrounded by art and design.

With a mother and sister who are both designers, it was no surprise when the Post Falls native decided to pursue a career in interior architecture at the University of Idaho. Read more.

Knitting Collaboration

As seen at Palousafest and coming soon to a Vandal football game near you: Knit your own 4 ½-foot scarf in five minutes! See how these Engineering and CALS students partnered to design and construct a circular knitting machine. Read more.



Joe Vandal turned 65 this year.Read more.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Sept. 10, 2021
Dear Vandals,

Some of life’s more teachable moments come in the face of tragedy. That was indeed the case last week when wind swept a barn fire on Moscow Mountain into a 116-acre inferno threatening houses – burning one to the ground – and causing evacuation of dozens more.

After the smoke cleared, fire science senior instructor Heather Heward and two of her students witnessed the results of ongoing thinning work they did for landowners over the past three years. Much of the mountainside showed scorched trees where the fire crowned. In places they had cut small diameter trees and cleared the trees to grow 15 to 20 feet apart, the fire had not torched the trees.

That is hands-on learning.

Our Fire Science and Ecology program is the oldest one of its kind in the country. For generations, we have trained fire managers to best understand the complex nature of wildfire.

For junior James Shook, it is about putting into practice what he learns in the classroom. As part of the Student Association for Fire Ecology, the student chapter of the professional organization, he and his classmates go to Moscow Mountain once a week to cut trees, clear brush and help make the private lands more resistant to wildfire. The Firefighter for Hire project trades hands-on fire prevention work for donations. The Moscow Mountain project involved more than 35 students. The money supports the club and its students in their education – including an annual trip to the Southeast during Spring Break. There, the students engage in prescribed burning projects – a practice common in that area and a necessary skill to land that permanent job after graduation.

Preparing the next generation of professionals is what we do so well at the University of Idaho. We use the entire state as our classroom – from our 10,000-acre experimental forest just minutes from our Moscow campus to Rinker Rock Creek Ranch in southeast Idaho. Fire research and education touches all of Idaho and beyond.

Vandals directly mitigate the impact from the ever-growing number of wildfires on our state. Vandals make a difference. Every day.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President
Latest News

from U of I

Engineering Summer Experience

Over the summer, Vandal engineers have access to paid internship and fellowship programs, and many accept positions with our world-class research centers and industry partners. Read more.

Seeking Experience

A love of animals and learning prompted Sarah Peterson to seek opportunities to expand her knowledge beyond the classroom. As an animal and veterinary science student in the University of Idaho’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, she has discovered plenty of ways to get involved. Peterson has participated in four undergraduate research projects to push her studies further. Read more.

Tracking Logging Impact on Non-Fish Bearing Streams

Clayton Christensen wants a job that will allow him to sleep under the stars.

In his four years at the University of Idaho, Christensen has often slept with the Milky Way as a twinkling blanket overhead while pursuing an environmental studies degree. Read more.

35% of school superintendents in Idaho are Vandals.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Sept. 3, 2021
Dear Vandal,

Nothing compares to a campus full of students. The wonder and excitement in the faces of our freshmen reminds me why it so important to be in-person this fall. I remember that day – beginning my collegiate journey. Of course, I was already familiar with the university, having spent time with my grandfather in the hallways of Memorial Gym, but it was different. This was the beginning of my story.

Each student brings their own story to the University of Idaho. But it is when that student’s story converges into our university that great things happen. That begins with the embrace of the Vandal Family.

Last week’s “Week of Welcome” helped students find their place in our family. Hours of work and dedication by our Student Involvement team resulted in welcome events with meaning. Megan Kingsley, a freshman from Nampa, hit campus knowing no one. But, she took a chance on a video gaming event hosted by the Office of Student Engagement — who put incredible thought into how to engage students amidst a pandemic. By the end of the night, she found a cohort that she engaged. The next night, this new group of friends walked together to the Screen on the Green movie and continued to hang out together – fast friends and forever touched by the Vandal Family.

The horticulture and urban agriculture major chose U of I after visiting her brother – a 2019 alumnus – on campus. She liked what she saw and liked the price. With the help of some academic scholarships, Megan started classes ready to write her own Vandal story.

Her story is already growing in a greenhouse near her residence hall. In week two of classes, her plant science class sowed seeds – hers were sugarbeets and carrots – and they will watch them grow and use them for their work this semester. Her Vandal roots are already secure in Moscow soil.

I have no doubt there are hundreds of Megans on campus and across the state this fall, eager to write their stories. It is incumbent on us – all of us – to add to the blank pages. From instructors in the classrooms to alumni and donors supporting from afar, we each have a chapter in the stories of our newest Vandals – and what amazing stories they will be.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President
Latest News

from U of I

Arguing About Algebra 

A math teaching program developed by University of Idaho researchers that enhances understanding of math in eighth-graders could increase performance on math assessments. Read more.

Students Build Smartphone Apps to Solve Student Problems

Building apps isn't something students think about learning in college, and Hayden Zywina and Michael Vanderpool are no exception. Read more.
Snapshots

Vandals in the spotlight

Chobani and University of Idaho Announce Third Class of Chobani Scholars: The University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) has selected four students as its next class of Chobani Scholars. These high school graduates receive $20,000 each from Chobani to support their four-year degree.


U of I launched a new master’s degree in cybersecurity this fall. It complements the bachelor’s program started in 2020.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Aug. 27, 2021
Dear Vandals,

Our campus is buzzing. Students are back – walking the same paths many of us walked over the decades. There is nothing quite like the first week of classes – watching Vandals come together inside the classroom, where great ideas begin, to remind us why we are here. The growth of knowledge, expansion of experiences and personal development introduce this new class to what is possible. This, coupled with the friendships built from a shared experience, makes us Vandals of today and tomorrow.

We are, of course, watching the movement of the Delta variant of the coronavirus as it moves swiftly around the world. We remain committed to our community and know Vandals will do what is right for their fellow Vandals. Vaccination is the only way to finally move our university back into a more normal life. I look forward to a day without masks, and I am sure our students and employees do, as well.

But most events and activities on our campus will look more normal this fall. Football kicks off Saturday, Sept. 4 against Simon Fraser. Join us for the return of fall football. Then mark your calendars for Oct. 7-9. You won’t want to miss Vandal Fest – celebrating our students and their paths to success.

A new Community Concert Series sponsored by ICCU brings big names to the stage for students and the community this fall including Kip Moore, AJR and Third Eye Blind. Being able to bring events like this to spur tourism and economic recovery for our local businesses is an important benefit the new ICCU Arena provides our community.

Within our buildings, research continues as students engage with faculty to make the next big discovery. Students are trading stocks, intercepting cyberattacks and learning how to provide healthcare in our rural communities. Vandals make a difference every day.

Times are certainly uncertain, but the possibilities are endless. We know that as Vandals we will succeed – not only at getting past the pandemic, but far beyond. We will do it together – as only the Vandal Family can.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President
Latest News

from U of I

Creating Community-Focused Medical Professionals

Alumna Delaney Wagers ’20 from Boise knew before coming to University of Idaho that she would become a physician’s assistant or follow a pre-med undergraduate track. Read more.

Living With Fire

In the summer of 2019, a house in the Boise foothills burned down. The fire’s origin was internal, but it destroyed the entire property and threatened neighboring homes. Read more.

Collaboration of the Arts 

Great things happen when Virtual Technology and Design students partner with the Lionel Hampton School of Music. Watch video.
Snapshots

Vandals in the spotlight

Vandals Announce 2021-22 Schedule: Idaho men's basketball has announced its full schedule for the 2021-22 season. The 117th Battle of the Palouse and the SoCal Challenge highlight the early season for the Vandals.

After Two Decades, U of I’s INBRE Program Has Attracted $170M for Student Research: Over the past two decades, more than $170 million has been generated for biomedical research in Idaho’s state and private colleges and universities thanks to a network administered by the University of Idaho called INBRE.

U of I Researcher Leads Effort to Define Sheep Genomes’ Effects on Breeds’ Qualities: A University of Idaho-led project will define how different genomes determine unique qualities of popular domestic sheep breeds and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

New Idaho Landslide Inventory Database to Assist with Hazard Mitigation: The Idaho Geological Survey (IGS) has released a new statewide inventory of landslides that will assist emergency managers and planners with hazard mitigation and identification of problematic hot spots.


U of I launched a new master’s degree in cybersecurity this fall. It complements the bachelor’s program started in 2020.

Letter from the President
Office of the President | president@uidaho.edu
Aug. 6, 2021
Dear Vandals,

Taking a deep breath and enjoying the Idaho summer has more meaning this year. We endured many challenges in the two years I have served as president. We have righted a staggering deficit and shown we can thrive despite a global pandemic, among other things. But we are emerging stronger, braver and bolder – ready to build and grow in the places of greatest impact.

While our books are not yet closed for the past fiscal year, we again have made significant progress righting the university’s finances. We have also made investments of $6 million in student success initiatives, including scholarships and distance learning, and increased research activity. This is possible with the endowment funded with resources generated from leasing our steam plant. This work is paying significant dividends in recruiting students and faculty and hiring our new Vice Provost for Distance Learning Ken Udas. While our research expenditures will be down slightly due to the pandemic, our pipeline of new research grants is bursting at the seams. In plain language, our faculty researchers are killing it. Our students are benefitting as well. Unlike most national universities, nearly two-thirds of our undergraduates participate in cutting-edge research. Even more unusual, our undergraduates publish. Recently, nine undergraduate students from a single lab published two articles in peer-reviewed journals. You can just feel the momentum these investments unleashed.

Our alumni, faculty and friends are believers in our mission and are investing in our future and that of our hard-working students. While we are still finalizing the numbers, we expect to close the fiscal year with record-breaking fundraising significantly exceeding $50 million.

Our statewide footprint separates the University of Idaho from other institutions in our state. We serve every corner, every citizen and every qualified student wanting a Vandal education. We are present in Idaho’s communities, giving back, joining together, and providing value and Vandal Pride to every corner of the state and beyond.

The physical presence of the U of I is important. It is important to our brand, to awareness and to impact. That is why I am excited about three recent investments that expand our presence, improve our outreach and build community.

Idaho is not easy to traverse. Air travel within the state has been challenging, at best. That is why collaboration with Alaska Air and the development of a direct flight between Moscow and Boise is so exciting. The flight, offered five days a week, improves access for our Vandals and their families. It also makes it easier to engage with government and industry. The three-year guarantee the U of I put forth ensures Alaska Air will make a profit as they build these flights – but we have little doubt our Vandal Family will use the flight to come home for events such as the fall’s VandalFest, when we celebrate Homecoming and the opening of the uniquely beautiful ICCU Arena.

We are expanding beyond our campus in Moscow and supporting the artistic endeavors of our students, faculty and community through the intended purchase of the Moscow Police Station. The city is building a new station and the current station is perfectly situated on Highway 95, in downtown Moscow, to allow the U of I to connect with those passing through and those enjoying all that downtown has to offer. The investment in owned-space allows us to redefine the Prichard Art Gallery, focusing more closely on our students and local artists. We will also be opening a VandalStore in the building, facing the highway. We are working through the purchasing process and final plans to refurbish the space.

In Boise, we had the opportunity to invest in our law students and better meet the growing demand for legal education in the state. Through the generous partnership of Vandal alumnus Jeff Stoddard, we will lease the property at 501 Front Street and transition our Boise-based law program from the former Ada County Courthouse to the new property – which was designed and built as an educational facility. This, coupled with remodeling efforts at the Menard Law Building in Moscow, shows our commitment to this fundamental part of the educational offerings at the University of Idaho.

We have much to celebrate this summer as we look ahead to the future of our University of Idaho. We have accomplished much and have been recognized as the best value of any public university in the West, evidence that we are indeed a university on the rise.

Go Vandals!

C. Scott Green
President
Latest News

from U of I

Broadening Broadband

When broadband internet recently arrived at the University of Idaho’s Sandpoint Organic Agriculture Center, Kyle Nagy said the technology became an instant “game-changer” on expanding distance education opportunities. Read more.

Vandal Explorers

Matt Franz has learned that walls can talk. They just need someone to translate. The senior who is majoring in forestry and fire ecology is working with Associate Professor Grant Harley. Learn more.

Rock Solid Experience

Slim cylinders of rock 2 feet long and weighing as much as a truck jack lie on tables at the Integrated Research and Innovation Center (IRIC) on the University of Idaho Moscow campus. Read more.
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