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College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences

Physical Address:
112 Administration Bldg
851 Campus Drive

Mailing Address:
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
University of Idaho
111 Perimeter Drive MS 3154
Moscow, ID 11111-3154

Phone: 111-111-6426

Fax: 111-111-8964

Email: [email protected]

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Student News

Setting the Stage

Theater grad student pushes the boundaries of set design for TEDxBoise

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Making Room and Fitting In

On Stage at Oregon Shakespeare Festival

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Diving into Indigenous Studies

Five international studies students are participating in the Martin Scholars program, an intensive research-focused class, with faculty mentor Ashley Kerr

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Spring 2018 Dean’s List Announced

Congratulations to the 709 CLASSy students named to the Spring 2018 Dean’s List. See the full list

JAMM Student’s Video Debuts on Nationally Broadcast Television Show

A short video made by Zack Bartlett (senior majoring in broadcasting & digital media) was featured on the Sept. 26 epidsode of ABC's Right This Minute. showing a time lapse of the making of a 9-foot metal Sasquatch. 

Theatre Students Visit Oregon Shakespeare Festival 

More than 15 theatre arts students traveled to Ashland, Oregon to attend the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in September. Professor David Lee-Painter and Assistant Professor Robby Valliere arranged for the students to see “Oklahoma” and “Love’s Labor Lost” with U of I alumni Dan Poppen and Jeremy Gallardo and meet the cast and crew backstage.

Olivia Heersink Article Appears on Neiman Storyboard

Nieman Storyboard, a publication of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, showcases exceptional narrative journalism and explores the future of nonfiction storytelling. In late September, Olivia Heersink (senior, journalism) wrote an article based on a team project by reporting students. .

U of I MFA Students Collaborate at the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket

Two University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts students brought some silver and gold to the stage in Nantucket, Massachusetts. On Oct. 1, MFA directing candidate Stephen John directed a reading of a new play, “Truth or Consequences” at the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. The play was written by distance MFA dramatic writing candidate Justin Cerne, who currently works as the TWN’s artistic director. John will next be directing “A Midwinter Night’s Dream” opening at the University of Idaho’s Hartung Theater on Nov. 30.

A Tale of Two Passions

Larissa Stafford discovered her passion at 6 years old — music. Stafford, who plays the viola and the violin, carried that young love well into adulthood, joining the University of Idaho Orchestra. “It is invigorating … a refreshing, challenging and beautiful hobby, and I didn’t want to drop my talent,” she said. “Music is exquisite and personal and heavenly.” .

Two CLASS Students Win Gilman Awards

Congratulations to two University of Idaho undergraduate students – Estefanía Cervantes and Cole Keehner – in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences selected to receive the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad during fall 2018. Read more.

History Honors Society Attends Regional Conference

Eight students - Abbygale Deleon, August Nelson-Alpert, Caitlin Beesley, Bruce Berry, Hunter Diehl, Sean Hyde, John Williams and Chloe O’Neill – represented the University of Idaho at the annual Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference in April. The students each presented their research on topics varying from the Enlightenment’s influence on architecture to a defense of the Crusades.

Finding Her Passion in Politics

Nicole Skinner, 20, considered a handful of colleges before choosing the University of Idaho. The deciding factor — a campus visit. Skinner, who is majoring in economics and political science, said she was able to strengthen that sense of “home” through student involvement, specifically ASUI.

Psychology Undergraduate Student Publishes on Alexander Technique

Jordan Becker, who just graduated with his psychology degree in May, was lead author on an article published in “Complementary Therapies in Medicine” about his research on the Alexander Technique. The paper titled “Preliminary evidence for feasibility efficacy and mechanisms of Alexander technique group classes for chronic pain,” was co-authored by faculty members Shawn Copeland (music) and Rajal Cohen (psychology) and student Emily Bottterbusch. .

McClure Center Interns Start Work in Boise

CLASS students Liz Daniel (senior, international studies and French) and Estefania Cervantes (senior, international studies and Spanish) recently begun their summer work as McClure Center interns in Boise. The University of Idaho’s James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research is Idaho’s most trusted and preeminent public policy research entity. 

International Studies Student Recognized with State Department Scholarship

Congratulations to Alonso Arteaga, who received a scholarship from the U.S. Department of State to study Chinese in Suzhou, China this summer. Alonso has previously received a Gilman International Scholarship to study in Chengdu, China, and a Freeman Award for Study in Asia. Read more.

U of I Trumpet Ensemble Performs at ITG Conference

Based on a successful audition, the University of Idaho Trumpet Ensemble was invited to perform at the 2018 International Trumpet Guild Conference, held in San Antonio, Texas on May 29 – June 2. Seven students from the Lionel Hampton School of Music, part of the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, were invited to this premier conference with nearly 3,000 professional and student attendees. The U of I Trumpet Ensemble opened a recital by European trumpet virtuoso Philippe Litzler on May 31 at 10:45 a.m. .

Graduate Student Idah Whisenant Presents Archaeological Findings

University of Idaho graduate student Idah Whisenant led an excavation of the historic Pen d'Oreille City, once active around 150 years ago, in 2017. Whisenant discussed the findings of the archaeological investigations at a community event, where she discussed the implications of this local Idaho history. .

Advertising Student Interns with Tribal Tribune

Congratulations to Moia Ena, a senior pursuing a degree in advertising, is interning this summer at the Tribal Tribune. .

Wilson Trusty Named 2018 Phil Mohan Award Recipient

The Phil Mohan Award for Academic Excellence was initiated in honor of Dr. Phil Mohan, emeritus professor of psychology. It is awarded annually to one undergraduate student who is majoring in psychology. The student must have a GPA of at least a 3.5 and be actively involved in psychology research. The 2018 recipient of this award is Wilson Trusty.

Wilson Trusty and Phil Mohan
Wilson Trusty and Phil Mohan

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College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences

Physical Address:
112 Administration Bldg
851 Campus Drive

Mailing Address:
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
University of Idaho
111 Perimeter Drive MS 3154
Moscow, ID 11111-3154

Phone: 111-111-6426

Fax: 111-111-8964

Email: [email protected]

Web: College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences

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