The College of Idaho will host Montana-based poet Melissa Kwasny for a free reading event at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 23 on campus in the Sterry Hall Board Room, where she will read from her most recent collection of poems, Where Outside the Body is the Soul Today.
With immigration remaining a hot topic in political discourse, particularly after the Trump administration’s rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy in September 2017, The College of Idaho will host a forum on “Immigration and Identity” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24 in the Langroise Recital Hall.
Sheridan Hodson ’06 used to sit in his office in Boise’s Micron Technology preparing financial models as he listened to the entrepreneurial podcast “This Week in Startups,” paying particular attention to the rise of businesses centered in virtual and augmented reality.
Chad McCloud, Hodson’s childhood friend, had just returned to his previous career as a real estate agent after eight years in medical sales. Almost a decade after getting his first experience in real estate, McCloud realized not much had changed in the way consumers bought and sold homes.
The weather is starting to get colder and the leaves are beginning to turn, which means this is the perfect time for everyone’s favorite fall drink: pumpkin spice lattes! Right? Dr. Howard Berger isn’t so sure. Check out the latest episode of “The Berger Banter” right here and listen to what Dr. Berger thinks about the coffee craze.
The Boise Foothills are already a thriving home to many different plant species, but that number is set to increase thanks to the efforts of researchers from The College of Idaho and Boise State University, who have discovered of a new distinct species of biscuit-root in Idaho’s backyard.
Although the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft probe dissolved into the atmosphere of Saturn last month, its legacy will live on through the data, images and discoveries it transmitted back to Earth over the course of its decades long journey through the solar system.
A collaboration years in the making between The College of Idaho and Boise State University in the research of the microscopic parasite Giardia has resulted in a three-year, $418,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop new drugs treating Giardia infections.
The College of Idaho has once again appeared in national rankings, this time in the pages of the Wall Street Journal as part of the Top 500 in the 2018 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education U.S. College Rankings.
The C of I ranked at No. 401 on the list and was the only school in Idaho to appear within the Top 500. The rankings were determined through data gathered about four key areas for students when choosing colleges, including resources, engagement, outcomes and learning environment.
Did you miss out on our Homecoming win against Eastern Oregon University? Don’t worry, #YoteFam! We have the biggest highlights from the game right here for you! Don’t let this bye week get you down — check out all the major plays that led up to our 28-20 victory and get ready for our next home game on Oct. 14!