Matthew Skeate can recall his earliest memories of picking up his first books and learning to read. That feeling, he said, was magical. Now, the vice president of the University of Idaho Sigma Tau Delta aims to help provide that feeling for other young readers with the help of the First Book program and […]
A demand for preferred names was not at the forefront of public conversation in the 1990s when Banner, the software behind VandalWeb, was built, said Dan Ewart, vice president of infrastructure at University of Idaho.
Data tied directly to budget reallocation targets for the 2019 fiscal year at the University of Idaho lacked reliability assessments necessary for publication in a reputable academic journal, according to one UI mathematics professor.
Choosing where to live and who to live with can be a new and exciting time for students on their way to college.
Over the past several years, the term program prioritization has been thrown around all over campus. Whether it be from students, faculty, staff or administrators, it is a hot topic of discussion among many.
University of Idaho President Chuck Staben addressed four main goals from the university’s 2016-2025 strategic plan Friday at the 2017 State of the University Address.
When young adults come to college, a different and uncharted world opens up to them. Coming to college is a step toward complete independence. Most importantly, it is the start of a new adventure in adulthood. With that adulthood status comes more responsibilities. This does not mean just getting to that 9 a.m. lecture on […]