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The Dawn of Artifical Intelligence
New professor at University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene predicts profound changes for American culture.
University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene has a new laboratory and research vessel to study North Idaho Lakes.
The Realities of Rural Education
The Avery School District, located about 25 miles southeast of St. Maries, operates one school in Calder. It has six students and two teachers.
Playing a Critical Role in Common Core Math
Common Core math standards are a lightning rod for opinions — teachers’, parents’, students’, politicians’. They’ve all got something to say.
Master’s Degree Scholarships for Rehabilitation Counseling
The state of Idaho urgently needs rehabilitation counselors to help people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities find jobs. Unfortunately, there’s a national shortage of qualified applicants because many human service workers lack the required education, training and experience.
Standing Tall Against Cybercriminals
University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene offers risk assessments, training and workshops to local businesses and nonprofits. Read more
Filtering Into Science Careers
University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene hosted Women in Science programs to encourage young women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A Special Kind of Degree
The University of Idaho prepares graduates to assist special needs students. Read more
Back to School for Technology Careers
University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene now offering computer science degree.
University of Idaho finding solutions to teacher shortage.
Learning How to Change the World
University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene Nonprofit Leadership courses help staff and board members.
Fighting Flames with Brains
University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene offers master's degree in natural resources.
Career Help Wanted
University of Idaho is meeting th eneed for career and technical education instructors.
Can you Dign' IT?
University of Idaho delivers free summer computer coding camps to girls.
No Time to Waste
University of Idaho's online programs are ideal for nontraditional students.
Unfolding a Map's Potential
Today’s Geographic Information Systems technology makes the maps of yesteryear seem quaint - and there’s no confounded folding.
Computer science comes to North Idaho
After four years of planning, the University of Idaho and North Idaho College will now offer a baccalaureate program in computer science.
A Special Kind of Degree
The University of Idaho prepares graduates to assist special needs students.
One Heck of a Student
Samantha Heck is a dream student for the University of Idaho. With a drive to succeed and off the charts intelligence, the college freshman is already working as an intern for one of the largest employers in the region.
Coeur d’Alene Tribal Member Makes History
Bill Weems is the first Coeur d’Alene Tribal member to be elected mayor of Plummer. The historical significance is not lost on the 60-year-old, who has big dreams for the rural community.
UI Grad Uses Degree to Build a Better Life
Many doors swung open for Nicole Preece after she earned her college degree, but none sweeter than the one to her own backyard.
Marriage by Degree
Couple earns University of Idaho degrees through love and support. After an elopement to Las Vegas, nine years of marriage and a daughter, Matt and Stephanie Ranstrom are finally walking down the aisle together.
A Well-Balanced Degree
University of Idaho graduate hopes to change lives through nutrition - Angela Ely shatters the notion that higher education doesn't prepare students for the real world.