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C of I science students Claire Otero and Jake Noeker

C of I science standouts receive travel grant for national toxicology conference

January 11, 2018

Two of this year’s presenters at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology will be none other than senior College of Idaho science students Claire Otero and Jacob Noeker, whose research both earned them the prestigious Pfizer Society of Toxicology Undergraduate Student Travel Award to attend and present at the SOT meeting with all expenses paid — an honor granted to only 14 undergraduate students in the country.

Portrait of C of I Rhodes Scholar Tom McFadden

C of I remembers Rhodes Scholar Tom McFadden

January 10, 2018

The College of Idaho has produced thousands of bright students in its 127-year history, including seven Rhoades Scholars who have each gone on to success within their chosen fields. Today, the College remembers one such Rhodes Scholar, Thomas G. “Tom” McFadden ’68, who passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017 at the age of 71.

A group of C of I students cart books to new shelves inside the Cruzen-Murray Library

C of I students work to set foundation for new library

January 09, 2018

On Jan. 31, The College of Idaho will soft open the Cruzen-Murray Library for students on campus, but before that can happen there is a secret force working behind the scenes ensuring that this will be possible.

Martin Luther King Jr. addresses students in St. Paul.

C of I unites against inequality with Martin Luther King Day events

January 08, 2018

To honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., the College of Idaho has planned a number of events both before and on Martin Luther King Day meant to encourage the community to unite against inequality and promote service and empathy on both a local and national level.

The football helmets of Gallaudet University and The College of Idaho on a banner side by side for the Helmet Tracker Helmet Bowl

In the News

December 21, 2017

In the News — 12/8/17

In the News is part of C of I's biweekly newsletter, released every other Friday. Subscribe to our newsletter by following the link at the bottom of this page!

Students raise their hands in a C of I classroom

Heritage Scholarship to combine with Gipson Fellowship program at C of I

December 20, 2017

While almost every student attending The College of Idaho receives some form of financial aid, incoming students applying for the 2018-2019 school year will be able to apply for one of the most prestigious and valuable scholarships available in the state of Idaho: the full-tuition Heritage Scholarship.

C of I senior Betsy West takes a jump on horseback during the 2017 Pendleton Round-Up

C of I student named 2018 Queen of Pendleton Round-Up

December 18, 2017

Just like any modern monarch, rodeo royalty is deep in the blood of College of Idaho senior Betsy West. In the 107 years since the first ever Pendleton Round-Up in Oregon, three generations of West’s family have been representatives on the rodeo’s court, including her great-grandmother in 1934 and 1935, her mother in 1989, and her sister in 2014.

Andrea Rojas Escot dances on the cover of the Fall 2017 Quest magazine

Fall 2017 Quest magazine officially released

December 14, 2017

The Fall 2017 issue of The College of Idaho’s alumni magazine, Quest, is now being sent to the College’s mailing list and is available to read for free online at the College’s website.

College of Idaho Chorale and Sinfonia perform at the annual Feast of Carols.

In the News

December 07, 2017

In the News — 12/8/17

In the News is part of C of I's biweekly newsletter, released every other Friday. Subscribe to our newsletter by following the link at the bottom of this page!