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Local music educator and master percussionist David Gluck held a pair of workshops at CWI’s Nampa Campus, Oct. 14-15.
Under CWI student Vance McFarland’s watchful eye, more than 50 Monarch Butterflies are ready for a long migration journey.
Seven Biology students had the opportunity to spend their summer vacations in the field researching birds, butterflies, and freshwater mollusks.
Three students and a CWI biology instructor had the opportunity to get up-close and very personal with osprey—all in the name of science.
Two CWI students spent their summer as part of a large-scale research effort to save Monarch butterflies from becoming endangered species.
Students from CWI's English as a Second Language program are benefiting from grant funded bilingual picture dictionaries.
When Amy Shore graduated from high school, she chose the route many others do. She joined the U.S. Army with future plans to go to college. She ended up meeting her husband at her first duty station in Upstate New York and motherhood soon followed. A few years in to her job as a military...
In honor of former CWI Trustee S. Hatch Barrett, the CWI Foundation and the Barrett Family have established a scholarship fund.
For CWI alum Steve Silva, a chance encounter turned into a golden opportunity when he decided to get involved with SkillsUSA.
A true community effort is helping a special group of students achieve their dreams of going to college.
CWI Machine Tool Technology students have access to $17,500 in scholarships because of a donation from the Gene Haas Foundation.
Thanks to collaboration, more than 50 Caldwell High School students got a jump start on their college education.
Joe Levitch has established a scholarship for students going through CWI’s Paramedic program.
Funds raised for the CWI Foundation during Idaho Gives will support the “LTH Don't Give Up” Scholarship.
On Thursday, May 5, the CWI Foundation is asking for support in helping to change students’ lives.
This past year, the CWI Foundation was able to award six Wishing Well Fund applications.
College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) long-awaited art mural project has been officially unveiled. In a public ceremony on Thursday, April 14, the cover was pulled to reveal the College’s first public piece of art. The event, which was attended by nearly 100 people, took place in the...
For the past several months, Boise artist Alma Gomez and CWI students have been working to create a one-of-a-kind painted mural.