Student Features

Connor Jeffries in his video “What’s In the Briefcase?”, the 2015 Most Awesome Video Contest winner
Most Awesome Video Contest 2015
We challenged students to make a short video showing why it’s exciting to study science at the University of Idaho.
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THe college of Sceicne students on their way to the Kibbie Dome for Commencement 2014.
2014 College and Department Award Winners
The College of Science and Departmental Awards for the Class of 2014.
» Congratulations to the 2014 award winners!
Courntey Creech
Problem-Solving Her Future
Mukilteo, Wash., musician turns math degree into exciting career opportunity starting after graduation.
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Megan Paul and Alicia Fink are recipients of the HACH Foundation Scholarship
HACH Foundation Scholarship Recipients in Chemistry
Future high school chemistry teachers, Megan Paul and Alicia Fink, received the HACH Foundation Scholarship, which awards about $6000 per year to each recipient.
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Lucas Tate
Studying Statistics Down Under
Statistical Sciences student and professor head to Australia for biostatistics, epidemiology experience
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Brian Vo in the lab.
Chemistry Graduate Cooks Up Success in the Lab
University of Idaho chemistry graduate Brian Vo finds success in labs, as a teaching assistant and in published articles.
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Pete Fuerst
Reading the Book of the Brain
Pete Fuerst's lab studies the intricate connections of the neural network
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Rebecca LaVerne Winzer, Goldwater Scholar recipient 2013
Turning Opportunity into Gold(water)
Goldwater Scholar Rebecca LaVerne Winzer uses her research to provide a foundation for future physics success.
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Kali Turner
Kali Turner’s hands-on experience prepares her for a future studying disease
Turner graduates this winter with a degree in biological sciences, but she will stay in Idaho for a semester to complete her research before heading across the world for even more hands-on experience that she hopes will lead her to a future helping humans fight disease.
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