Research and Scholarship in the News
, Huffington Post
Jamie Derrick (Psychology and Communication Studies) provides advice on mindfulness techniques like noticing details and savoring small moments.
, Yahoo News
Graduate student Paul Rhoades (Entomology) discusses his research that has found healthy populations of a declining bumblebee in Washington and Idaho.
This story highlights progress on the Integrated Research and Integration Center (IRIC).
High Country News
Ron Hardy (Aquaculture Research Center) discusses his project selectively breeding trout to thrive on a plant-based diet.
, Associated Press
Christopher Pfund (Music) discusses his love for opera and teaching.
UI alumna Sophie Milam discusses her experience with a NASA Mars simulation experiment.
, Coeur d’Alene Press
Alistair Smith (Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences) discusses the multidisciplinary paper published in BioScience that calls for an integrated, innovative approach to wildfire.
, Idaho Falls Local News 8
A new report from the McClure Center for Public Policy Research shows Idaho’s Hispanic population is booming and will continue to be a greater percentage in coming years.
, Capital Press
Amber Moore (Extension) presents grower recommendations based on her eight-year study of the crop and soil effects of long-term manure applications.
, Boise State Public Radio
Shaakirrah Sanders (Law) discusses legal precedents related to a theater in Meridian that could lose it liquor license for selling alcohol during a showing of “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
, Capital Press
UI plant pathologist Louise-Marie Dandurand (Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences) has confirmed that advanced sensors can detect potato crop ailments like nematode feeding and potato virus Y.
, Idaho Press-Tribune
Olga Walsh (Extension) suggests ways for Idaho farmers to integrate more efficient water technologies into their practices.
, Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Janet Rachlow (Fish and Wildlife Sciences) discusses her team’s research on sagebrush and the pygmy rabbit.
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