One of Derek Brown’s personal goals for 2014 was simple: receive a passport and travel outside the United States for the first time. Not long after securing his passport, the 2006 College of Idaho graduate accepted an offer to teach abroad for two years at Cairo American College in Egypt.
“I never knew that my first time leaving the country would also be my first time moving out of it,” Brown said. “But I actually feel pretty comfortable living here. It’s been one heck of a blessing.”
College of Idaho President Marv Henberg gave his final State of the College address on Sept. 10, discussing the College’s recent successes and exciting future as the Caldwell liberal arts college prepares to appoint a new president in 2015.
Henberg, who became the College’s 12th president in 2009, will retire in June of next year. His address follows, in its entirety:
At The College of Idaho, campus excitement and total enrollment are growing rapidly thanks to a newly launched football team and master’s program in physician assistant studies. Even so, the C of I continues to be ranked among America’s top academic institutions by U.S. News & World Report.
For the first time in 37 years, The College of Idaho football team will take the field in front of its home crowd Saturday at Simplot Stadium in Caldwell. The Coyotes, coached by Mike Moroski, host Montana Western in one of the most anticipated games Canyon County has ever seen. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.
Click here to check out more than 200 photos from the season opener!
FOREST GROVE, ORE. – The return of College of Idaho football started with a bang and ended with a double-thud—a thrilling field goal block that sealed a wild, 35-34 victory for the Coyotes in their first football game since 1977.
The College of Idaho is set to celebrate the life of beloved professor George Wolfe with an honorary 110th Birthday Celebration on Sept. 23. Guest speaker and alumna Nancy (Miller) Okimoto ’64 will give a special lecture in Wolfe’s honor at 7 p.m. inside Langroise Recital Hall on the C of I campus in Caldwell. The lecture is free and open to the public.
College of Idaho President Marv Henberg will give his final State of the College address on Sept. 10, discussing the College’s recent successes and exciting future as the Caldwell liberal arts college prepares to appoint a new president in 2015.
Henberg, who became the College’s 12th president in 2009, will retire in June of next year. His final State of the College address will begin at 4 p.m. inside the Langroise Center for the Visual and Performing Arts on campus. The address is open to the media and the public.
After more than 20 years amusing audiences with their one-of-a-kind Greenshows, the Fool Squad is taking a break from the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. The Fools—Tom Willmorth and C of I theatre professor Joe Golden—recently were featured in an Idaho Statesman article by arts and entertainment reporter Dana Oland. Click here to read the article at www.idahostatesman.com.
The College of Idaho and Idaho State University launched a historic collaboration today, the first day of instruction for the schools’ joint Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies program. Twelve students inside newly renovated West Hall on the C of I campus in Caldwell joined 30 on Idaho State’s Pocatello campus and 30 more on ISU’s satellite Meridian campus in the program, which links the three classrooms through distance learning technology.