In the News

  • It may be summer, but Dr. Howard Berger still has a lot to say in the newest episode of “The Berger Banter!" What does Dr. Berger think about “the FaceTube”? Click here to find out.

  • Thinking about some light reading? Don’t worry! Professor Jasper LiCalzi has a couple of 800-page recommendations for you in Episode 4 of “Jasper’s Book Club”! Today’s topic: environmental issues! Click here to find out what Jasper is reading this summer.

C of I Athletics Hall of Fame

  • The C of I Athletics Hall of Fame welcomed its 12th induction class on June 2 in a memorable ceremony honoring each of its newest inductees! Congratulations to NBA Hall of Famer Elgin Baylor, NAIA All-American volleyball palyer Kristyn Price, NAIA All-American baseball player Greg Schelhaas and the 2000-01 NAIA national runner-up women’s basketball team! We’re proud to have you as members of the #YoteFam! Click here for a photo album from the ceremony!

  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: C of I senior Emily Hawgood was honored as the 2016-17 Les Schwab Cascade Conference Women’s Champion of Character Award recipient, chosen by the 11 athletic directors of the CCC for her integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership on and off the field! She is the first C of I student to receive this award…Senior softball player Destiny Turner became the first two-time NAIA All-American in program history, capping off her stellar career with the Yotes and leaving the program as its all-time greatest hitter...Eighteen student athletes were honored as Daktronics-NAIA-Scholar-Athletes for the spring season. It is the fourth consecutive year C of I has had more than 40 scholar-athletes during the school year and the tenth-straight year of 30 or more…Two student athletes were named as 2017 Academic All-Americans: sophomore golfer Reed Maggard made the At-Large Team, while senior baseball player Cole Mansanarez made the First Team...Sophomore Juston Lindsley set a school record in the hammer throw at the NAIA Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships. He placed 14th overall with his mark of 52.96 meters (173 feet, 9.25 inches). He also set the school record in the discus, finishing fifth overall with a mark of 169-01.75, earning All-America honors…Sophomore Billy Godfrey also broke school records at Nationals, earning his second-straight All-American finish in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 9:17.11…At the NAIA Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships, freshman Molly Vitale-Sullivan earned her second All-America honor, placing third in the 5,000-meters.

  • Alumni News & Notes: Dr. Rebecca Constantino ’85 was named “G2 Overachiever of the Year,” receiving a $50,000 grant to help benefit her non-profit organization Access Books, which has provided more than 2 million books to underserved libraries in the Los Angeles area...Jodi Vanderpool ’96 received the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology 2017 Healthcare Administrator Award in recognition of her positive leadership at St. Luke’s Health System in Boise. She will receive her award at the APIC’s Annual Conference in Portland, which takes place June 13-16…Dr. John Osborn ’78 will receive the Center for Environmental Law and Policy’s Ralph W. Johnson Water Hero Award on June 15 for his outstanding leadership efforts in advocating for the renegotiation and modernization of the Columbia River Treaty, which has urged top international policymakers to include ecological considerations and remedy historic injustices against native tribes and First Nations.

  • Professors Out and About: Education Professor Kevin Talbert recently published an article in Educational Studies, “To Alleviate Suffering: A Professor Reflects on the Moral Stakes of His Teaching.” The full article can be found here.

  • The Whittenberger Planetarium's next public show is set for 7 p.m. on June 16! This month's topic is the upcoming summer solstice, which falls on June 20. Come learn more about what is happening in the skies during the summer solstice, and also take the opportunity to learn more about the solar eclipse happening later this summer! To reserve your spot and purchase tickets, click here.

Outdoor Program: Sawtooth Society Stewardship Trip

  • Our Outdoor Program recently took a trip to Stanley, Idaho in partnership with the Sawtooth Society to help clear trails around the area. Take a look at some of the work our students did to improve recreation in the area, and check out some of the breathtaking views of the surrounding wilderness in our photo gallery here.

  • The Idaho State Historical Society presented C of I with the Esto Perpetua Award in honor of the College’s efforts to preserve and promote history on campus.