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Elevation revamp – UI Teaching and Advising Committee offers recommendations for evaluation improvements
In an effort to improve student teaching evaluations, the University of Idaho Teaching and Advising Committee is reviewing the process and compiling recommendations.
The Idaho State Board of Education approved a 5 percent increase to University of Idaho undergraduate tuition and fees for 2013-2014 — a 0.9 percent lower increase than what UI’s administrators asked for.
A $3 million budget deficit and an additional $3.4 million in critical expenses in next year’s budget will prompt University of Idaho administrators to ask for a 5.9 percent tuition increase for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 …
The University of Idaho will soon begin the search for another interim administrator with the departure of Provost Doug Baker for Northern Illinois University this June.
University of Idaho Provost Doug Baker will become the next president of Northern Illinois University, following a unanimous vote of the NIU Board of Trustees Tuesday.
When opportunity knocks — School of Music Director Kevin Woelfel steps down to pursue entrepreneurship
As the University of Idaho goes through changes with President M. Duane Nellis leaving for Texas Tech University, the Lionel Hampton School of Music is going through its own transition.
Although President M. Duane Nellis will leave the University of Idaho in June, business is set to continue as usual.
The University of Idaho Board of Regents voted unanimously to appoint Dean of the College of Law Don Burnett interim president of UI, starting June 1 at a salary of $240,000.
The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents will meet via telephone conference call at 11 a.m. Central Time to discuss the terms of employment, duties and appointment of its new president, for which University …
When Rob Spear began his position as Athletic Director in 2004, his goals were the same as the ones he has today: to consolidate all of Idaho’s varsity sports into a single Division 1 conference, …
Senate Bill 1183, which would add five new seats for Idaho to the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho medical program is scheduled to be presented to the Idaho Senate today.
Keith Ickes, University of Idaho executive director of planning and budget, said UI will ask the Idaho State Board of Education for a 5.9 percent increase to undergraduate in state tuition during an open forum …
Welcoming Vandals — Vandal Friday provides incoming University of Idaho freshmen with information, college experience
At the University of Idaho, Vandal Friday is a welcome party for admitted students who are ready to become part of the Vandal family and see what life is really like on campus.
Before University of Idaho President M. Duane Nellis had unpacked his moving van in 2009, he was in downtown Moscow in the center of Friendship Square judging a “Most Patriotic Dog” contest with Moscow Mayor …
President M. Duane Nellis announced Friday in an email to faculty and students that he has been selected as the sole finalist for the presidency at Texas Tech University.
Texas state law requires that a notification …
The University of Idaho Information Technology Services Help Desk, along with Student Computing Services, now offers a software hosting service called VLab to UI students.
Changes in progress – New Student Code of Conduct in drafting stage after 50 years free of revisions
The University of Idaho Student Code of Conduct is due for an update, having only received minor revisions since the ‘60s.
Fixing finals week — Proposed regulation may eliminate instructor requirement to meet during finals week
University of Idaho instructors may not have to meet with their classes during final exam week, according to proposed regulation by the UI Faculty Senate.
In 2006, the University of Idaho identified a critical need for a program that helps to develop better supervisors, said Elissa Keim, the director of professional development and learning.
When Microsoft decided to switch all live.edu email addresses over to its new Office 365 program, Chuck Lanham said the University of Idaho was required to make the switch as well.
The University of Idaho Information Technology Services department rolled out changes to the student directory Jan. 8 in order to better protect student privacy.
The College of Engineering held a retirement ceremony Thursday for professor Lou Edwards, who has been at the University of Idaho for 50 years.
Two new professors who have joined the English department, Scott Slovic and Erin James, are bringing the University of Idaho’s program of literature and environment to a new level.
Despite its title, the University of Idaho Faculty Senate represents more than just faculty interests as it governs the university.
Newly appointed director of General Education and ethnography professor Rodney Frey plans to work with students and faculty to provide a four-year requirement for general education courses.