The College of Idaho has received a $100,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of digital liberal arts education. The grant, which will help fund curricular and pedagogical planning at the C of I, is the first award the College has received from The Mellon Foundation. It also marks the first foundation grant cultivated by new C of I President Charlotte Borst.
Tied 2-2 in the sixth inning of Game 5 of the National League Divisional Series, New York Mets infielder Daniel Murphy dug in 60 feet away from one of baseball’s best pitchers. With a full count, Los Angeles Dodgers ace Zach Greinke let loose a fastball destined for the inside corner of the plate.
The College of Idaho has once again been named one of the best colleges in the nation, and tops in Idaho, this time by Niche in its 2016 “Best Colleges” rankings of 1,164 schools in the United States.
Considering factors such as academics, campus quality, student life, professors and more, the C of I received an “A-” overall grade and landed at No. 149 nationally. Click here to see the C of I profile on Niche.
College of Idaho Director of Marketing & Communications Jordan Rodriguez has been named a 2016 Rising Star by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. Rodriguez will be honored at the upcoming CASE District VIII Conference, taking place Feb. 3-5 in Calgary, Alberta.
What’s the difference between having a dream and making it your reality? Well, Walt Disney once said, “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” And that is exactly what College of Idaho senior Ana Lete is doing.
Lete recently released her original song, “Aspens,” on iTunes, Bandcamp, and other music platforms as she pursues a career as a singer-songwriter. But what is it about songwriting that attracts the young musician?
“It’s a fun way to kind of capture moments in your life,” Lete said.
It’s hard enough to win a championship in any sport. It’s even harder to repeat. Chances are slim to hoist the trophy three times in a row. And going for four? Nearly impossible.
But don’t tell that to the three senior members of The College of Idaho volleyball team, who defied the laws of probability by never losing a Cascade Conference Championship match during their collegiate careers.
Longtime Idaho elementary school teacher Ethel Bales Whittenberger dedicated her life to improving the quality of life for children and young people. Today, the Whittenberger Foundation, established upon Mrs. Whittenberger’s death in 1970, continues to embody that same spirit of giving back.
The College of Idaho is one of America’s premier value colleges, according to a Dec. 10 article in USA Today. The article, citing data from College Factual’s most recent ranking of America's “Best 10 Colleges for the Money,” lists the C of I at No. 5 among more than 1,200 schools nationwide. The College earned high marks for its distinctive PEAK Curriculum, its high graduation rate and its strong combination of academic quality and economic value.
There sat the 16th president of the United States, staring down upon the National Mall from his white marble chair. There stood College of Idaho junior Hunter Brodt, looking up at the 19-foot statue of Abraham Lincoln on his first visit to the nation’s capital.
Brodt’s phone rang. A representative from Deloitte, a professional services company, was on the other end.
After a day of interviews, the kid from the small liberal arts school in Caldwell would learn if he had received an internship with one of the biggest accounting companies in the world.
Due to popular demand, The College of Idaho’s Whittenberger Planetarium will host a second Winter Solstice program at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 15. The show will explore the circumstances that bring about the long, cold winter nights and also take a look at the constellations and planets visible in the Idaho night sky this month. Costs are $5 for adults and $2.50 for children ages 3-17.