Alumni News & Notes: Kay Hansen ’77 and Abby Griffitts ’02 were both recently named as assistant principals in the Boise School District. Hansen will be an assistant principal at Riverside and White Pine elementary schools, while Griffitts will be at Shadow Hills and Morley Nelson elementary schools.
Coyote Athletics Roundup:Women’s Track and Field won a fourth-consecutive CCC Conference Championship…Nick Guzzetti was named an honorable mention selection to the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Division II All-America team…Baseball saw its season end at the opening round of NAIA Nationals…Football players Nate Moore and Marcus Lenhardt were named preseason All-Americans…Tiana Thomas was named NAIA Track and Field West Athlete of the Year…Softball players Destiny Turner and Katie Rowe earned NFCA All-West Region Honors.
Kevin Miller from radio station 580 KIDO broadcasted his morning talk show from the C of I campus. A big thanks to KIDO's "Promote Our Schools" program, and to our awesome guests (Students Chanse Ward and Deena Emry, professors Marilyn Melchiorre and Jasper LiCalzi, basketball head coach Scott Garson, and C of I President Charlotte Borst) for getting up early to make it happen!
Summer Discovery Day: Join us at The College of Idaho to discover what makes us Idaho's No. 1 College and learn what it takes to be a Yote. Get the scoop on the college admission process and what you need to do to prepare. While you're here, you can enjoy lunch in our dining hall, take a campus tour, and interact will current students, faculty, and staff. Check-in for this event opens at 9:30 a.m. The event begins at 10 a.m. For more information, please contact the Visit and Event Coordinator at 208-459-5020.
Community Learning at The College of Idaho will kick off with classes starting June 1! From boxing and poetry, to detective camp and fishing for kids, there are classes for all ages and interests. Visit CofIFUN.com today for a full listing.
Professors out and about: Dr. Phillip Green, a visiting assistant professor of philosophy and religion, is working on connecting a tenth-century Cambodia inscription composed in Sanskrit with specific Buddhist doctrines explained in a 4th century text from India this summer. The work has been submitted for presentation at International conference on Buddhist Studies that will take place in 2017.
College of Idaho had 42 student-athletes represented on the 2016 Spring U.S. Bank Cascade Conference All-Academic Team, announced by the league information office. The Coyotes established a new school record with 117 total Academic All-Conference selections during the academic year.