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C of I named to Princeton Review’s ‘Best 377 Colleges’

The College of Idaho today was named one of the nation’s top schools by The Princeton Review in the 2013 edition of its book, "The Best 377 Colleges." The C of I for several years has been an annual inclusion in the book, which includes detailed profiles of the colleges with rating scores in eight categories based on surveys of students attending the profiled schools.

Orma J. Smith Museum readies for annual Bug Day

The College of Idaho’s Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History is set for Bug Day, the annual celebration of insects that is one of the museum’s signature events. Bug Day will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Idaho Botanical Garden in Boise. Admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children and IBG members.

C of I launches new athletics website

The Purple and Gold has come to life for College of Idaho sports fans with the Aug. 8 unveiling of www.yoteathletics.com, the new online home of Coyote Athletics.

Created with the help of SIDEARM Sports – one of the nation’s premier college athletic website developers – YoteAthletics.com will give Coyote fans unprecedented access to the College’s 19 intercollegiate teams.

C of I prepares for full accreditation visit

The College of Idaho seeks comments from the public in preparation for a periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.

The College will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit October 10-12, 2012, by a team representing the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the regional authority on educational quality and effectiveness for higher education institutions in the Northwestern United States. The College of Idaho has been accredited at the baccalaureate level since 1922. The College had its last full accreditation visit in 2002.

C of I releases summer issue of ‘Quest’ magazine

The College of Idaho has published its summer 2012 edition of Quest magazine. The issue, themed “Athletics,” celebrates the more than 100-year tradition of Coyote student-athletes excelling both on the field of competition and in the classroom. The magazine hit mailboxes in late July/early August and also is available online at www.collegeofidaho.edu/quest.

College of Idaho Insights discusses free speech

In today's episode of College of Idaho Insights, faculty members discuss the 1st Amendment issues involved in a recent controversial billboard in Idaho and comments from the mayors of Boston, Chicago and San Francisco that Chick-fil-A stores aren't welcome in their cities.

C of I alumna awarded Boren Fellowship

Middleton native and College of Idaho alumna Alison Rabe never has been afraid to aim high. Rabe was elected student body president at the C of I and, after graduating in 2010, was accepted into the College of William and Mary, one of the nation’s top law schools.

C of I appoints business and accounting director

The College of Idaho has hired Dr. Scott Johnson as director of its business and accounting program. Johnson comes to the College from the University of Greenwich in London, where he has worked as a lecturer and employer liaison for the business school since 2008. He previously has served as a professor at Southeast Missouri State University and San Jose State University and held several visiting lecturer positions. At the C of I, Johnson will direct one of the College’s fastest-growing academic departments while also serving as a professor of business.

Students take salmon campaign statewide

From Pocatello to Coeur d’Alene, Boise to Redfish Lake, two College of Idaho students are crossing the state this summer to introduce Idahoans to Lonesome Larry – dubbed the most interesting fish in the world. 

Lonesome Larry’s story is both heroic and tragic said Annie Morrison, a senior environmental studies major who is leading the Idaho Rivers United-sponsored education campaign with classmate Joe Pickett, a senior mathematics and physical sciences major.

Idaho Humanities Council institute comes to C of I

The College of Idaho is set to host a week-long institute for Idaho schoolteachers entitled “Visionary Landscapes: Willa Cather and the Search for Place in the West.” Supported by the IHC’s Endowment for Humanities Education and the National Endowment for the Humanities, the institute will offer 34 Idaho teaching fellows the opportunity to explore the novels of classic American author Willa Cather, including My Ántonia and Death Comes for the Archbishop.  The institute runs July 22-27 and includes a series of free public lectures inside Langroise Recital Hall on the C of I

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