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The University of Idaho partners with corporations in many ways. The Office of Corporate Relations is the front door to U of I for business and industry. We can match your needs with the U of I’s expertise and capabilities to help you reach your business goals. Whether you are looking to grow your brand visibility, recruit interns and employees, collaborate with scientists and researchers, incubate your business idea, offer your workforce education and engagement opportunities or advance your corporate citizenship agenda, we can connect you with the resources you need.
As a national land-grant and premiere research institution, we seek partnerships with corporations to bring real-world experiences to our students and to help industry partners gain access to top research faculty in world-class laboratories.
We are proud of our institution and its capabilities in partnering with industry. We look forward to having a conversation with you in the near future. Learn More >>
Posted Fri, 22 Jun 2018 15:00:00 -0700
A world expert on vector-borne diseases, such as those carried by ticks and mosquitoes, will speak at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 29, on the fourth floor of the Idaho Commons on the University of Idaho campus. Ron Rosenberg of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is director for science in the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases vector-borne diseases division. Read more
Posted Fri, 22 Jun 2018 12:00:00 -0700
Rock Creek Ranch, the research, outreach and education facility managed by the University of Idaho, the Wood River Land Trust (WRLT) and The Nature Conservancy, will soon be known as Rinker Rock Creek Ranch in recognition of the generous contributions of the Rinker Family. Harry and Diane Rinker and the Rinker family were honored Thursday, June 21, at the Gail Severn Gallery in Ketchum. The ranch, located in Idaho’s Wood River Valley, is a 10,400-acre property that provides abundant resources for wildlife, recreation and sustainable ranching. Read more
Posted Thu, 21 Jun 2018 12:02:00 -0700
In Idaho, earlier drying and snow melt over the past half-century have extended the state’s fire season. University of Idaho experts believe the length of time vegetation is dry enough to sustain a burn has lengthened by roughly a month since the 1980s. These changes, as well as shifts in drought conditions, snowpack and myriad other effects of climate change, have prompted frequent questions to university scientists and researchers in recent years. U of I researchers have a diversity of expertise in the varied global, regional and local effects of climate change and the way society can adapt to this evolving climate. U of I experts in climate change, fire science, water resources and other fields are available to speak to media about their ongoing research, trends across the Northwest and the world, as well as answer specialized questions relating to their work. Read more