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UI Animal Scientist McGuire to Serve as Idaho Ag Experiment Station Interim Director
Posted: Sunday, August 2
University of Idaho lactation physiologist Mark McGuire, Animal and Veterinary Science Department head, will serve as interim director of the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station beginning Aug. 2 with the retirement of current director Donn Thill. The station is based in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. McGuire joined the UI faculty in 1995 and has served as department head since 2...
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UI Weed Scientist, Ag Experiment Station Director Donn Thill Retires
Posted: Sunday, August 2
When Donn Thill retired July 30 as Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station director, he capped a 35-year career as a University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences professor and weed scientist.   His participation in agricultural research goes beyond that to working during the summer as a high school student for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. &n...
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Idaho Repertory Theatre for Youth Presents Free Showing of 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream'
Posted: Friday, July 31
Idaho Repertory Theatre for Youth (IRTY) will present a free showing of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8 at the Hartung Outdoor Theater, 625 Stadium Drive in Moscow. The performance is the culmination of a three-week summer drama camp for youth that began on July 20 and is sponsored by IRTY. Participants spend their afternoons learning about acting, dance, m...
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UI's Palousafest Includes Hot Air Balloon Rides
Posted: Wednesday, July 29
New and returning students will have a chance to gain a sky-high view of the University of Idaho and Moscow community at the annual Palousafest event on Saturday, Aug. 22. This year’s event, hosted by UI’s Department of Student Involvement, will include tethered hot air balloon rides (weather permitting) to give students an aerial view of their new home. Other activities of the annual ...
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UI Names New Program Head for Bioregional Planning and Community Design
Posted: Wednesday, July 29
 The University of Idaho is pleased to announce Jaap Vos has been named the program head for Bioregional Planning and Community Design (BIOP). His first day was July 20. Vos joins UI’s Urban Design Center (UDC) in Boise after serving as the director of Community and Regional Planning at Boise State University before its cancellation in 2015. He has a doctorate in regional planning fro...
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UI Hires New Vice President for Finance
Posted: Friday, July 24
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 24, 2015 — The University of Idaho is pleased to announce that Brian R. Foisy has accepted the position of vice president for Finance. His first day at UI is Aug. 31. Foisy brings nearly 20 years of experience in higher education finances to UI, and he most recently served as vice president for Administration and Finance at Minot State University in Minot, North Da...
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First-Generation College-Bound Students Benefit from UI/Verizon Partnership
Posted: Friday, July 24
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 24, 2015 — Twenty at-risk high school students are experiencing hands-on scientific learning as they investigate climate change, water quality, fuel alternatives and more during the University of Idaho’s Upward Bound Math Science program at the McCall Field Campus, supported by a $6,500 grant from the Verizon Foundation. The Upward Bound students are liv...
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Explore Idaho’s Link to Oreos, Agricultural Science at UI Aberdeen Twilight Tour July 29
Posted: Friday, July 24
ABERDEEN, Idaho – The University of Idaho Aberdeen Research and Extension Center will hold the Twilight Tour from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 29.   The event welcomes families and farmers with fun ways to learn more about efforts by the university to improve lives and benefit agriculture from home landscaping to major crops.   Topics include Idaho wheat’s role in Oreo cookies...
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Moscow Historic Preservation Commission Selects UI as Orchid Award Winner
Posted: Wednesday, July 22
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 22, 2015 — The Moscow Historic Preservation Commission has awarded the University of Idaho an Orchid Award for its efforts recognizing and celebrating the historic character of the central campus and how it interfaces with the Moscow community. The award recognizes the work of UI’s Architectural and Engineering Services team, which oversaw the design and cons...
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Moscow Science Teachers Hike Mountain for UI Youth Science Program
Posted: Wednesday, July 22
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 22, 2015 — The experience of science camp is so important that two Moscow High School science teachers are enduring a 92-mile hike with 22,000-foot elevation change in five days to raise money for the Moscow sixth graders to attend the University of Idaho’s McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS). Mark Shipley and Ken Berger will hike the Wonderland Trail around...
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UI’s TRIO Receives $1.6 Million Dept. of Education Grant
Posted: Wednesday, July 22
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 22, 2015 — The University of Idaho has received a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund its Student Support Services TRIO program for the next five years. The funds — about $325,259 per budget year or a little more than $1.6 million — will help the program continue its mission of offering individual academic and personal support t...
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UI Scientists Predict Increase in Megafires Due to Climate Change
Posted: Tuesday, July 21
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 21, 2015 — More megafires are predicted into the mid-21st century as scientists apply climate models to fire-prone regions across the country. “Climate change will increase the odds of conditions that have historically led to megafires,” said UI’s Renaud Barbero, a postdoctoral researcher and lead author of a paper published this month in the In...
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North Idaho Nonprofit Retreat Offers Tools to Empower Organizations
Posted: Tuesday, July 21
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – July 21, 2015 —Education, relationship building and rejuvenation is in store for nonprofit professionals, board members and other volunteers at the North Idaho Nonprofit Retreat, which begins 8 a.m. Friday, Sept. 18, at Forty-One South and The Lodge at Sandpoint. The conference, offered through University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene’s Professional ...
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Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning Project Creates Free Textbooks
Posted: Wednesday, July 15
The Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning is making strides in working with Idaho educators to increase affordability and accessibility of high-quality K-12 textbooks for underfunded schools. Through Open Educational Resources (OER) Institutes funded by the Doceo Center, textbooks are being created that are free to any school district. The Doceo Center is operated through the College of Educatio...
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Open House Showcases Continued Remodel of Wallace Residence Center
Posted: Wednesday, July 15
The University of Idaho is unveiling the completed first floor remodel of Gooding Wing in Wallace Residence Center. UI’s Housing & Residence Life team will host an open house from 1-3 p.m. Wednesday, July 22, to allow community members the opportunity to view the newly remodeled space. The open house will be held on the first floor of Gooding, through the entrance off of Stadium Drive. ...
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UI Closes Experimental Forest to Public Due to Fire Risks
Posted: Tuesday, July 14
The University of Idaho College of Natural Resources has closed UI’s Experimental Forest statewide to the public until further notice due to persistent high fire danger. Firewood-cutting permits issued by the Experimental Forest are suspended until the closure is lifted. “We have taken a proactive move to alleviate the potential risk of wildfire due to this summer’s hot and dry w...
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UI Partners with Coeur d’Alene Programs for 8th Annual Parks Day
Posted: Thursday, July 9
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 9, 2015 — Members of the Coeur d’Alene community are invited to an afternoon of fun on Saturday, July 11, at the eighth annual Parks Day Celebration. The event — a partnership between the University of Idaho’s Eat Smart Idaho and 4-H Food Smart Families programs and Coeur d’Alene Parks and Recreation — is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Coeu...
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UI Partners with BSU for 5th Annual TRIO Upward Bound Carnival
Posted: Thursday, July 9
Members of the Boise community are invited to an evening of fun on Tuesday, July 14, at the fifth annual TRIO Upward Bound College Carnival. The event — a partnership between the University of Idaho’s Eat Smart Idaho and 4-H Food Smart Families programs, Boise State University’s TRIO Upward Bound program and the city of Boise Parks and Recreation — is from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at...
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UI Researcher Studying Complex Migration of Amazonian Catfish
Posted: Thursday, July 9
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 9 , 2015 —Using new techniques, researchers have uncovered details of one of the world’s longest and least understood migrations, which could aid the conservation of giant Amazonian fish. UI doctoral student Jens Hegg has shown that the migration patterns of Amazonian catfish are much more diverse than originally thought, which may influence the population&rs...
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UI Team Advances in Cyber Grand Challenge Tournament
Posted: Wednesday, July 8
A team from the University of Idaho’s Center for Secure and Dependable Systems (CSDS) is in a heated competition to increase cybersecurity in the United States. CSDS — a two-person team led by center director Jim Alves-Foss, who is working with post-doctoral fellow Jia Song — placed second and is one of seven teams to advance to the final round of the Cyber Grand Challenge, spons...
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Climate and Fires Tightly Linked Over the Past Century in the Northern Rocky Mountains
Posted: Thursday, July 2
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 2, 2015 – Despite large changes in forest management and fire suppression, climate strongly influences wildfire activity in the northern Rocky Mountains, according to research published by a team of University of Idaho and U.S. Geological Survey scientists. The increase in wildfires in the past 30 years coincides with an increase in warm, dry summer conditions...
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Idaho Repertory Theatre Presents World Premiere of “The Little Prince”
Posted: Wednesday, July 1
MOSCOW, Idaho – July 1, 2015 — Idaho Repertory Theatre (IRT) presents the premiere of “The Little Prince,” a stage adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s beloved classic. The story is brought to life by award-winning director Matt Foss, assistant professor in theater at the University of Idaho. Performances are 7:30 p.m. July 23-25, 31 and Aug. 1, 7-8, with aft...
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UI Awards More Than $24 Million in Scholarships to Students
Posted: Monday, June 29
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 30, 2015 – A college education is essential in today’s world, and the University of Idaho is working hard to provide that opportunity. For the 2015-16 academic year, more than 6,200 students from 45 states have been awarded over $24 million in scholarship support from the University of Idaho.  "A college degree can be a financial challenge. Obtaining a c...
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UI Showcases New Beer, Bread Research at Parker Farm Field Day
Posted: Monday, June 29
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 29, 2015 — The University of Idaho Parker Farm Field Day on Thursday, July 9, will feature agricultural research focused on wheat, canola, acidic soils and horticultural applications for biochar. The tour will also feature research focused on taste preferences for bread baked from hard red or hard white wheat and a new wheat beer, UI Stone Gold Vandal Wheat Be...
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UI Extension, Regional Climate Change Project Hosts Precision Ag Field Tour July 8
Posted: Friday, June 26
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 26, 2015 — The USDA-funded Regional Approaches to Climate Change (REACCH) project and University of Idaho Extension are holding a Precision Agriculture Field Tour on Wednesday, July 8, to respond to a growing desire among Palouse-area farmers to learn ways to more efficiently use resources, including fertilizers, pesticides and emerging technologies. Registrat...
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U-Idaho Law Professor Available to Discuss Equal Protection and Same-Sex Marriage
Posted: Friday, June 26
The United States Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 today that same-sex marriage is legal in all 50 states, under the clause of the 14th Amendment. Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for the majority. The United States has become the 21st country to legalize same-sex marriage with the couples being able to take advantage of the same legal rights and benefits as married heterosexuals and will be recognized on ...
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College of Law and ICOLT Release Idaho’s First Guide to Conservation Funds
Posted: Thursday, June 25
The University of Idaho College of Law has researched and published Idaho’s first guide to funding resources available for conservation on private land. “Funding Conservation in Idaho: A Survey of Federal, State & Local Resources Assisting Conservation on Private Lands,” was written in association with the Idaho Coalition of Land Trusts (ICOLT) and released through its Econo...
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UI Microbiologist Appointed to National Advisory Committee
Posted: Thursday, June 25
University of Idaho microbiologist/food science researcher and Distinguished Professor Carolyn Hovde Bohach was appointed Tuesday to the National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods (NACMCF) by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Bohach will serve a two-year term, from 2015-2017, on NACMCF, which was established in 1988 by the USDA (Food Safety and Inspection Service), the U.S...
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Department of Education Announces Funding for UI-CAMP Through 2020
Posted: Wednesday, June 24
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 24, 2015 — The University of Idaho has received a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund its College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) for the next five years. The funds — about $425,000 a year — will help the program continue to provide financial, academic and support services to students from migrant and seasonal farmworking ...
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UI Theater Professor Receives Idaho Commission on the Arts Fellowship
Posted: Wednesday, June 24
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 24, 2015 — University of Idaho professor Robert Caisley, head of dramatic writing in the Department of Theatre Arts, has been awarded an individual fellowship in performing and media arts in playwriting from the Idaho Commission on the Arts. The highly competitive fellowship recognizes Caisley’s outstanding work and artistic excellence and is awarded to help ...
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(ISC) 2® Partnership Aims to Bridge CyberSecurity Workforce Gap
Posted: Tuesday, June 23
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho —  (ISC)² ®, the largest global nonprofit membership body of certified information and software security professionals has announced a new partnership with the University of Idaho, Coeur d’Alene to provide training and certification through the (ISC)2 Global Academic Program (GAP). Through the agreement, (ISC)2 provides students and professiona...
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U-Idaho Professor Available to Discuss Business Privacy in L.A. Case
Posted: Tuesday, June 23
The U.S. Supreme Court today struck down a Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) that required motel operators to keep records with specific information about their guests. The code also authorized police officers to inspect these records at any time without a search warrant. Motel owners in Los Angeles are challenging the constitutionality of the ordinance, arguing it goes against Fourth Amendment ex...
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Math Grant Helps Idaho Administrators, Teachers, and Students
Posted: Tuesday, June 23
Idaho students are about to get more help with their math as teachers statewide receive support from a nearly $270,000 grant from the Idaho State Board of Education, and administered by the University of Idaho Regional Mathematics Center, Coeur d’Alene. The grant is part of a larger national program operating through the State Agency for Higher Education, (SAHE). The nonrenewable grant, whi...
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UI Responds to Passing of WSU President Elson S. Floyd
Posted: Saturday, June 20
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 20, 2015 – University of Idaho President Chuck Staben expressed great sadness today at the loss of Washington State University President Elson S. Floyd. “I am deeply saddened by the passing of President Floyd,” said Staben. “Elson was a talented, visionary leader for higher education on the Palouse, in Washington and beyond. He led with pass...
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Bloomberg News Editor to Speak at UI’s Summer Journalism Workshop
Posted: Friday, June 19
Steve Geimann, a senior editor at Bloomberg News, will be the keynote speaker for the University of Idaho’s summer workshop for high school journalism students and teachers. Geimann, a deputy team leader in Bloomberg’s Washington, D.C., bureau, will speak at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 25, in the Trout Room of UI’s Living/Learning Center, Sixth and Line streets. His talk is free and o...
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UI-Moscow Community Branding Group Seeks Local Input
Posted: Thursday, June 18
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 18, 2015 — The City of Moscow, the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and the University of Idaho are moving forward to the next phase of the Community University Strategic Partnership (CUSP) this week by gathering feedback from the community about why residents love Moscow. Representatives from CUSP will be canvassing Moscow for the next three weeks gathering input as par...
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University of Idaho College of Law Readies for New Educational Space
Posted: Thursday, June 18
The University of Idaho College of Law in Boise is gearing up to open the Idaho Law and Justice Learning Center (ILJLC) this fall in the historic and newly renovated Ada County Courthouse, adjacent to the Idaho State Capitol and Idaho Supreme Court. In addition to a second- and third-year option for law students, the fully renovated space will house the Idaho State Law Library and offer law-relat...
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Hundreds Set to Attend Biennial ASLE Conference at UI
Posted: Tuesday, June 16
More than 900 people are expected to attend the 11th biennial Association of the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE) Conference Tuesday through Saturday, June 23-27. The week long conference — hosted by the University of Idaho and city of Moscow — promotes a sustainable outlook on the environment through panel discussions with scholars and writers, local field trips to learn...
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UI Research Tours to Help Growers Weather Weed, Insect and Disease Issues
Posted: Thursday, June 11
KIMBERLY, Idaho – An explosion of weeds sparked by recent downpours across Idaho make this year’s University of Idaho Snake River Pest Management Research Tours in Kimberly and Aberdeen timely for farmers and others, said UI Extension weed scientist Don Morishita. The Kimberly and Aberdeen Research and Extension Centers will host the tours Tuesday and Wednesday, June 23-24. “It...
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Screen on the Green Brings Summer Hits to Tower Lawn
Posted: Wednesday, June 10
The University of Idaho’s Department of Student Involvement will be hosting Screen on the Green every Thursday on the Tower Lawn at dusk (around 8:45 p.m.) at the University of Idaho. An annual event, Screen on the Green brings family friendly films for free to an outdoor screen. Free popcorn is provided. Bring your blankets and chairs. In case of bad weather, Screen on the Green will be he...
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STEM Education Conference to Highlight K-12 Efforts in Idaho
Posted: Monday, June 8
“Highlighting Successful Educational Programs and Partnerships,” the 2015 University of Idaho-Micron Idaho STEM Innovations Conference is taking place 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, at The Riverside Hotel in Boise. This free conference, sponsored by University of Idaho and Micron Foundation, will provide resources about a variety of successful programs and partnerships around Id...
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College of Law Engaged in Strategic Planning to Determine Long-Term Statewide Vision
Posted: Sunday, June 7
The University of Idaho College of Law is engaged in a strategic planning process to determine the long-term vision for its Moscow and Boise campus locations. Initially, the focus of the process is on a review of the current academic program and the opportunities provided by the opening of the Idaho Law and Justice Learning Center (ILJLC), including assessing the expansion of the college to includ...
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Soil Science Professor Updates Textbook and Makes it Cheaper
Posted: Friday, June 5
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 5, 2015 – Soil chemistry just won’t be the same as a result of University of Idaho professor Dan Strawn’s “labor of love.” At least the textbook, the fourth edition of “Soil Chemistry,” changed a lot as a result of Strawn’s efforts to bring an updated perspective to the undergraduate-level soil science book. He is particula...
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Three UI students awarded Gilman International Scholarships to study abroad
Posted: Tuesday, June 2
MOSCOW, Idaho – June 2, 2015 – Three students from the University of Idaho have been selected to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to study or intern abroad during the 2015-16 academic term. Two of the students — Emily Kizer of Coeur d’Alene, a sophomore bio...
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Energy-Saving Techniques Cut Energy Use at UI Water Center in Half
Posted: Tuesday, June 2
Boise, Idaho – June 2, 2015 — The Idaho Water Center, home to the University of Idaho Boise, has reduced the use of geothermal water by more than half compared to last year, according to the City of Boise Public Works. Historically, the Idaho Water Center used between 8 and 13 million gallons of geothermal water from October to May. This year, however, new energy-saving techniques have...
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UI Readies to Host Record Turnout for State FFA Gathering Tuesday to Friday
Posted: Monday, June 1
University of Idaho agricultural education faculty expect a record turnout of more than 900 FFA members on the Moscow campus Tuesday through Friday, June 2-5, for state career development events.   Jim Connors, UI Agricultural and Extension Education Department head, said the record turnout reflects a recent change in Idaho school funding to increase support for agricultural education.  ...
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College of Law Celebrates Honorees at Class of 2015 Dinner and Commencement
Posted: Thursday, May 28
The University of Idaho College of Law celebrated its outstanding faculty and students at its Class of 2015 Dinner and commencement ceremony earlier this month. Four students were recognized during the Class of 2015 Dinner: Michaela Adams and Teresa Bode received the Spirit of the Clinic Award; Nii-Amaa Ollennu received the Outstanding Student Service Award; and Alayne Randall received the Spirit...
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UI Names New Dean of Students
Posted: Thursday, May 28
MOSCOW, Idaho – May 28, 2015 — The University of Idaho is pleased to announce that Blaine Eckles has been named the Dean of Students, effective July 13. Eckles, who received his doctorate in Adult, Organizational Learning and Leadership from UI Boise in 2011, has been working as the Associate Dean of Students at Boise State University since December 2011. He has also worked as BSU&rsqu...
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UI Hires New Vice President for Advancement
Posted: Wednesday, May 27
MOSCOW, Idaho – May 27, 2015 — The University of Idaho is pleased to announce alumna Mary Kay McFadden has been named the vice president for Advancement, effective Aug. 30, 2015. McFadden, a 1980 graduate of UI, began her career in academia at her alma mater as the assistant director in what was then known as the High School/College Relations Office. In 1984, she became the associate d...
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UI Soccer, International Affairs Researcher Available to Discuss Impact of FIFA Arrests
Posted: Wednesday, May 27
Early this morning, Swiss authorities arrested several top soccer officials on U.S. federal corruption charges. The charges stem from an FBI investigation, which alleges widespread corruption in FIFA, soccer’s global governing body, over the past 20 years. Bill Smith, the director of the University of Idaho’s Martin Institute and Program in International Studies, is available to speak...
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UI Library Announces Online Access to Latah County Oral History Collection
Posted: Tuesday, May 26
A collection of more than 300 oral histories from people who grew up in North Idaho during the early 20th century is now online through the University of Idaho Library’s Digital Initiatives at http://www.lib.uidaho.edu/digital/lcoh/. This collection is a digital representation of the Latah County Oral History Collection, which is held by the UI Library's Special Collections and Archives. T...
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UI Boise Business Breakfast Speaker to Look at Biotechnology’s Role in Idaho’s Future
Posted: Thursday, May 21
Entrepreneur and researcher Ed Penhoet will be the University of Idaho Boise Presidential Keynote and Business Breakfast speaker with his talk “The Value of Research in Economic Development. Biotechnology: Its Role in Idaho’s Future.” The talk will take place 7:30-9 a.m. Wednesday, June 10, at the Eighth & Main building in downtown Boise. “Ed Penhoet brings Idaho his v...
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UI Extension Latah County 4-H, Potlatch School Partnership Wins Grant for After-school Program
Posted: Wednesday, May 20
POTLATCH, Idaho –– The after-school program in Potlatch operated by the University of Idaho Extension Latah County 4-H Youth Development program in partnership with the Potlatch School District has received a $159,258 annual grant, renewable for up to five years, from the Idaho State Department of Education. The Idaho 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) grant builds on and ...
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Prichard Exhibit Examines Conversations Around Endangerment
Posted: Tuesday, May 19
ENDANGERED at the Prichard Art Gallery will feature work by regional artists and poets Friday, May 22, through Saturday, June 6. There will be an opening reception and reading of poems in the ENDANGERED exhibit at the Prichard on Thursday, May 21. The reception begins at 5 p.m., with readings at 6 p.m. Music will be provided by John Paul Shields. The poets and artists have created work inspired a...
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Moscow Theater Students, Professor Travel to Moscow, Russia, in June
Posted: Tuesday, May 19
Four students and a professor from the University of Idaho Theatre Arts program will immerse themselves in Russian culture as part of an intensive four-week program with the Moscow (Russia) Art Theatre School in June. Mason Clark of Yakima, Washington; Lo Miles of Spokane, Washington; Dan Poppen of Sioux City, Iowa; and Alex Wendel from Charles City, Iowa; along with UI assistant professor Matt F...
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CALS Dean: USDA Report Shows Ag Job Openings Exceed Grad Totals
Posted: Friday, May 15
With the University of Idaho’s Moscow Commencement Saturday, graduates from the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences will find strong opportunities in agricultural careers, said John Foltz, the college’s dean. He should know. Foltz, an agricultural economist, served as a consultant on the U.S. Department of Agriculture report issued Monday that analyzed agricultural job trends fo...
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Mechanical Engineering Professor John Crepeau Receives Fulbright Scholar Award
Posted: Thursday, May 14
John C. Crepeau, professor and out-going chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Idaho, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to lecture and conduct research at Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL) in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Crepeau will spend six months — September 2015 through March 2016 — in Ecuador teaching a course in fluid mecha...
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UI English Lecturer Receives Fulbright Grant to Teach in Nepal
Posted: Thursday, May 14
University of Idaho English lecturer Kelly Roberts has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to travel to Nepal for an English teaching assistantship. Roberts is one of over 1,900 U.S. citizens who will travel abroad for the 2015-16 academic year through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Recipients of Fulbright grants are selected on the basis of academic and professional achievement,...
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College of Law Awards $28,000 in Second Year of Summer Grant Program
Posted: Thursday, May 14
The University of Idaho College of Law will award approximately $28,000 this summer to students who will complete public interest work in Idaho and beyond. The Summer Public Interest Grant program started in 2014 with seed money from the Idaho State Bar Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts (IOLTA) Foundation, alumni and external donations, federal work study funds, and fundraising efforts from the C...
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Engineering Alumnus Brent Keeth to Receive Honorary Doctorate
Posted: Wednesday, May 13
The University of Idaho is pleased to honor Brent Keeth, senior fellow at Micron Technology, with an honorary doctorate in engineering science during the 2015 commencement ceremony on May 16 in Moscow. Keeth, who works in the Advanced DRAM Architecture Group at Micron, was the co-principle developer on Micron’s Hybrid Memory Cube, a 4GByte stack of DRAM die on a 160GByte/second interface di...
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UI MFA Student Zana Previti Wins Outstanding Student Teaching Assistant Award
Posted: Wednesday, May 13
 The University of Idaho has selected Zana Previti as the 2014-15 Outstanding Student Teaching Assistant. This award is part of the university’s Excellence Awards program, which emphasize and rewards excellence in all academic areas. The teaching award specifically recognizes outstanding teaching by a graduate student and is open to various teaching positions, including those facilitat...
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Whimsical Adaptations Take Stage for Idaho Repertory Theatre’s Summer Season
Posted: Tuesday, May 12
Idaho Repertory Theatre (IRT) will bring live theater to the Palouse this summer with “The Little Prince,” a stage adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s beloved classic, and “Swan Boy,” an Idaho Repertory Theatre for Youth (IRTY) production. IRTY will also host a three-week drama camp. “Swan Boy,” based on a tale by Hans Christian Anderson, is the stor...
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UI Theater Professor Named Featured Playwright for Prestigious National Conference
Posted: Monday, May 11
MOSCOW, Idaho – May 11, 2015 — University of Idaho professor Rob Caisley, head of dramatic writing in the Department of Theatre Arts, has been named the Featured Playwright for the 2015 Seven Devils Playwrights Conference. Caisley will also join four other playwrights, selected from 450 submissions from across the nation, in developing and presenting new work.  In its 15th year,...
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UI Researcher’s Work Reveals Pattern in Earth’s Copper Deposits
Posted: Monday, May 11
MOSCOW, Idaho – May 11, 2015 – About 75 percent of the world’s copper comes from porphyry copper deposits. A new study from the University of Idaho and the University of Michigan unearths how these economically valuable deposits are distributed around the world. The research, published today in Nature Geosciences online, indicates that climate helps drive the erosion process tha...
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Rescued Great Horned Owls to be Released Monday at UI
Posted: Monday, May 11
On March 15 and 22, UI security personnel discovered juvenile owl chicks outside of their nests on UI’s Poultry Hill. With help from UI’s Environmental Health & Safety Office, the birds were rescued and transported to the Birds of Prey Northwest in St. Maries. The birds were paired with adult owls, who acted as foster parents while the chicks grew. At 11 a.m. today, the young owl...
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UI Freshman to Attend Fulbright Summer Institute in Northern Ireland
Posted: Friday, May 8
MOSCOW, Idaho – May 8, 2015 — University of Idaho freshman Catherine Yenne, an honors student from Nampa, has received a place on a Fulbright Summer Institute to study at Queen’s University Belfast on one of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programs operating worldwide. “I am so excited for this opportunity to learn more about the culture and perspecti...
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1,536 Students Statewide Eligible to Graduate from UI
Posted: Thursday, May 7
Approximately 1,536 University of Idaho students statewide are eligible for graduation this spring, earning a combined 1,623 degrees. UI students have applied for 1,179 baccalaureate degrees, 80 law degrees, 52 doctoral degrees, 10 specialist degrees and 302 master’s degrees. Some UI students will have earned multiple degrees. This year's commencement brings the university's all-time totals...
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UI Faculty Bring in $500,000 for Research of Evolution in Action
Posted: Wednesday, May 6
University of Idaho faculty members in the Institute for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Studies (IBEST) have been awarded $500,424 this year in new competitive grants as part of the National Science Foundation’s BEACON Science and Technology Center on Evolution in Action. These funds will support 10 projects involving 11 UI faculty members, 10 graduate students, four undergraduates and two...
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International Studies Major Receives International Scholarship
Posted: Tuesday, May 5
University of Idaho junior Carly Joerger of Boise was one of about 550 undergraduate and graduate students around the country awarded a 2015 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) from the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Joeger, who is majoring in international studies and French with a minor in Spanish and history, will spend her summer studying in Malang, Indo...
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Idaho Repertory Theatre Hosts Three-Week Summer Drama Camp
Posted: Tuesday, May 5
Idaho Repertory Theatre for Youth (IRTY) will host a three-week summer drama camp from noon to 5 p.m. July 20 to Aug. 7 on the University of Idaho campus. Participants will learn about stage etiquette, Shakespeare, acting, design and more. The camp culminates in a public performance of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on Aug.8. IRTY’s Artistic Director Ann H...
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Spring Commencement Includes 81 Degrees from UI Coeur d’Alene
Posted: Monday, May 4
Graduating students are eligible to receive a combined 81 degrees this spring at the University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene. Candidates from UI Coeur d’Alene applied for 57 baccalaureate degrees, 20 master’s degrees, three doctoral degrees and one specialist degree. Approximately 1,536 UI students statewide are eligible for graduation from the University of Idaho this spring, earning...
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UI College of Ag and Life Sciences Honors Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni
Posted: Friday, May 1
MOSCOW, Idaho –– The University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences honored outstanding students, faculty and staff during its annual awards reception Monday, April 27. Here are this year’s recipients: Seth Pratt of Blackfoot was named the college’s outstanding senior. Pratt is graduating with degrees in agricultural and extension education and agribusiness...
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UI College of Ag and Life Sciences Honors Outstanding Students, Faculty, Staff
Posted: Friday, May 1
The University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences honored outstanding students, faculty and staff during its annual awards reception Monday, April 27.   Here are this year’s recipients: • Seth Pratt of Blackfoot was named the college’s outstanding senior. Pratt is graduating with degrees in agricultural and extension education and agribusiness. He served for a...
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Idaho Ag Economist: Credible Seafood Sustainability Relies on Verifying Progress
Posted: Friday, May 1
Sustainable seafood, a category that includes Idaho-raised rainbow trout, is in demand by some of the world’s largest retailers, including Wal-Mart, a University of Idaho agricultural economist notes.   “The challenge for fishermen, fisheries management agencies, aquaculturists and retailers alike, however, is ensuring progress on the goal of achieving sustainable production for b...
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Engineering Welcomes 1,000 Regional Middle and High School Students to EXPO
Posted: Thursday, April 30
The College of Engineering will welcome 1,000 regional middle and high school students to its annual Engineering Design EXPO Friday, May 1, at the University of Idaho’s Bruce M. Pitman Center. Visiting students and chaperones are expected from over 25 Idaho and Washington schools, from as far north as Bonners Ferry to as far south as Grangeville. “We are very excited to welcome so man...
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Spring Commencement Includes 30 Degrees from UI Idaho Falls
Posted: Thursday, April 30
Students graduating from the University of Idaho, Idaho Falls are eligible to receive 30 degrees this spring. Idaho Falls graduates have applied for four baccalaureate degrees, seven doctoral degrees and 19 master’s degrees. Approximately 1,536 UI students statewide are eligible for graduation from the University of Idaho this spring, earning a combined 1,623 degrees. Students have applied...
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University of Idaho Army ROTC Commissioning Ceremony to be held May 15
Posted: Thursday, April 30
The University of Idaho's Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) will hold its commissioning ceremony on Friday, May 15. The ceremony will be held at 4:30 p.m. in the Administration Building Auditorium. Seven Army ROTC cadets will be commissioned as second lieutenants in the Army. This year, Brigadier General Erik Peterson will be the keynote speaker at the commissioning ceremony, and will...
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Alumni Relations, Association Director Steve Johnson to Retire
Posted: Wednesday, April 29
Steve Johnson, director of the Office of Alumni Relations and executive director of the University of Idaho Alumni Association, will retire from his position on July 31. Johnson has led the alumni office and association for the past seven years. A 1971 alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in education, Johnson says he’ll miss working with his Alumni Relations team, as well as the count...
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Spring Commencement Includes 106 Degrees from UI Boise and UI Twin Falls
Posted: Wednesday, April 29
Students graduating from the University of Idaho Boise and UI Twin Falls are eligible for 106 degrees this spring. Candidates from the University of Idaho Boise applied for 16 baccalaureate degrees, 42 master’s degrees, three doctoral degrees, 30 law degrees and seven specialist degrees this spring. Some students will have earned multiple degrees. In Twin Falls, where the university offe...
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French Philosopher's Views on Gender Equality Subject of Public Lecture
Posted: Tuesday, April 28
MOSCOW, Idaho – April 28, 2015 — Renowned professor emerita in French literature and women's studies Yolanda A. Patterson will present a public lecture at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, in the University of Idaho's Administration Building Auditorium on the works and ideas of the famous French philosopher Simone de Beauvoir. Patterson, of California State University (East Bay) will talk a...
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Engineering Keynote to Examine Millennials’ Role in Shaping the Future
Posted: Tuesday, April 28
The College of Engineering announces Karen Higgins will be the honorary chair and keynote speaker for the 22nd annual Engineering Design EXPO on Friday, May 1, at the University of Idaho’s Bruce M. Pitman Center.  Higgins EXPO address, "Preventing ‘Interstellar’: Millennials’ Role in Shaping the Future," is derived from her upcoming book, “The Seven Colors of L...
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Forest Insects and Disease Field Day for Forest Owners and Loggers June 18
Posted: Tuesday, April 28
Is something bugging your trees? It can be very disheartening to see patches of trees dying on your property. One of the primary goals of most forest owners is to have a healthy forest and, to most, that means healthy, living trees. Unfortunately, many people do not act on insect and disease issues until they see dead branches or similar visible symptoms. Successful methods to minimize forest i...
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North Central Idaho Hay Day on May 14
Posted: Tuesday, April 28
North Central Idaho Hay Day will be held on Thursday, May 14, at the Fraser Community Hall, Highway 11, in Fraser. Hay production has a long and venerable history in American agriculture and is growing in importance with increasing economic opportunities for hay producers. North Central Idaho Hay day will bring the latest research and product information for growing hay in this part of the state...
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UI Professor Receives Multiple Nominations for Prestigious Theater Awards
Posted: Friday, April 24
MOSCOW, Idaho – April 24, 2015 — On April 23, University of Idaho Theatre Arts professor Matt Foss received multiple nominations for the prestigious Jeff Awards, which honor excellence in Chicago theaters. Foss's adaptation and direction of "The Jungle" at Oracle Productions in Chicago earned five nominations in the Non-Equity categories: • Production • Ensemble • Dir...
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Annual Engineering Design EXPO to Feature Robots, Rockets, Race cars and More
Posted: Friday, April 24
The annual College of Engineering Design EXPO will be held from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday, May 1, at the University of Idaho’s Bruce M. Pitman Center. This is the 22nd year the College of Engineering has hosted the event, which showcases the work of its senior capstone engineering design teams.   This year’s Explore Engineering event will feature the work of over 50 engine...
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Idaho Geological Survey Researcher, UI Geologists Available to Discuss Idaho Quakes
Posted: Friday, April 24
The Sandpoint area of northern Idaho was rocked by three earthquakes the evening of April 23 and early morning of April 24. The University of Idaho has two geological experts available to speak to media: • Bill Phillips, a University of Idaho research geologist with the Idaho Geological Survey, is available to talk to the media about the quakes and how scientists are investigating them. To ar...
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UI Coeur d’Alene Receives Grant to Launch Cybersecurity Training Center
Posted: Thursday, April 23
The University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene has won a two-year grant from the Idaho Department of Labor for cybersecurity workforce training. Valued at more than $231,000 per year, the grant is renewable for a third year. The funds will support development of classroom, laboratory and structured on-the-job training curriculum, as well as a laboratory facility. Early in the first year, funds will ...
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Gender Justice Activists Honored with Virginia Wolf Distinguished Service Award
Posted: Thursday, April 23
Following in the footsteps of strong leaders on the University of Idaho campus working to advance and advocate for women, four honorees were recognized with the Virginia Wolf Distinguished Service Award on Wednesday, April 15. UI students Sara Spritzer and Maribel Franco, faculty member Laura Putsche and community member Kathy Sprague were honored by the UI Women’s Center for their commitme...
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College of Law Students Launch First Adopt-a-Highway Project
Posted: Wednesday, April 22
Just in time to help celebrate Earth Day, law students from the University of Idaho have begun the College of Law’s first Adopt-a-Highway project. The group of volunteers will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 25, near the volleyball court at the Grove in Moscow.  The group will then carpool to mile marker 330–332 and start to pick up litter. If you wish to volunteer, there are si...
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Student Wildlife Conclave Wins Competition
Posted: Wednesday, April 22
The University of Idaho Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society brought home top honors from the Western Student Conclave, one of five regional events held annually across the U.S. and Canada. The event, held this spring at Texas A&M in Kingsville, Texas, is a three-day competition where teams show their skills in telemetry, orienteering, plant and animal identification, fly fishing, skeet sh...
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Two UI Theatre Students Win National Awards
Posted: Tuesday, April 21
Two University of Idaho Theatre Arts students received national awards at the Kennedy Center American College Festival in Washington, D.C., on April 18. Kadin McGreevy of Moscow won first place in directing, receiving the Stage Directing and Choreographers National Directing Fellowship, a $500 cash prize and a residency, yet to be determined. (He shares the award with Hannah Grace Bellows, Wester...
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College of Law to Hold 19th Annual Northwest Institute for Dispute Resolution
Posted: Tuesday, April 21
The University of Idaho College of Law announces the 19th annual Northwest Institute for Dispute Resolution mediation courses will be held Monday, May 18 through Wednesday, May 22, in Moscow and Boise. In 1997, the UI College of Law established the Northwest Institute for Dispute Resolution to meet the growing demand for high-quality dispute resolution training in the Northwest at a reasonable pr...
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UI Students Show Gratitude on Second Annual Day of Thanks
Posted: Monday, April 20
The second annual Day of Thanks is being hosted by the University of Idaho Student Foundation and Student Alumni Relations Board (SArb) on Wednesday, April 22. During the event, student members express their appreciation to UI faculty and staff through a letter-writing campaign, social media and decoration of faculty classrooms. “Our goal is to thank as many Vandal faculty and staff as pos...
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Early Learning in Idaho: Finding Common Ground
Posted: Monday, April 20
The University of Idaho’s McClure Center and Boise State University’s Andrus Center are proud to co-host a nonpartisan dialogue on learning opportunities for Idaho’s young children. The symposium, titled “Early Learning in Idaho: Finding Common Ground,” will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, May 4, at the Riverside Hotel in Boise. Join the Andrus Center and M...
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College of Science Faculty and Early Career Award
Posted: Monday, April 20
Distinguished Faculty Award Each year the University of Idaho College of Science recognizes one faculty member with the Distinguished Faculty Award. This award is given in recognition of outstanding contributions to the academic and research missions of the college. Recipients from recent years include Dr. David McIlroy, Dr. Eva Top, and Dr. Deborah Stenkamp. This year’s recipient is Profess...
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Conscious College Road Tour coming to University of Idaho Moscow campus
Posted: Friday, April 17
On Wednesday, April 29, the student-led nonprofit Turning Green (formerly Teens Turning Green) will share its inspiration with the University of Idaho community in hopes of mobilizing college students around conscious living and sustainable practices. The nationwide road tour to 16 college campuses began on March 24 in Chico, California. Its main goal is to encourage students to make educated ch...
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UI Promotes Ewart to Vice President for Infrastructure
Posted: Thursday, April 16
MOSCOW, Idaho – April 16, 2015 – The University of Idaho has appointed Dan Ewart to the position of Vice President for Infrastructure effective June 21, 2015. Ewart has served as Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Information Technology Services at UI since 2012. In this newly created position, Ewart will manage UI’s facilities and real estate, administr...
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CNR Alumni, Friends Honored For Career Achievements
Posted: Thursday, April 16
Eight alumni and two friends of the University of Idaho College of Natural Resources have received 2015 alumni awards from the college for their career achievements. International Alumni Achievement Award: Given to alumni who retain citizenship in another country and who exemplify a record of distinction in natural resource work in his or her home country. Martin Mendoza (Ph.D. ’85) is a p...
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Board of Regents Approve UI Student Tuition and Fee Increase
Posted: Wednesday, April 15
At the State Board of Education meeting today in Moscow, the Board of Regents approved a 3.5 percent undergraduate resident tuition and fee increase, which together with nonresident and graduate tuition and fees will provide approximately $2.7 million in additional net revenue over the FY2015 budget. The increase — the lowest in 10 years, following the second-lowest last year – will a...
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Community Members to Display Art April 30
Posted: Wednesday, April 15
University of Idaho Center on Disabilities and Human Development will host an open house from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, April 30, for artAbility at the 1912 Center. artAbility is a student-led project supported by the Center on Disabilities and Human Development. It was created and funded by a University of Idaho Student-Arts-Fee Grant, written by Ashley Kuznia, to encourage adults with disabilities to...
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