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CWI students in the B2B program transfer to Boise State University to begin their biomedical careers.
Thank you to all who attended CWI Night Feb. 28. Group ticket sales raised $925 for the SCORE Big Scholarship fund!
CWI's Common Read Series invites you to join them for an informative panel discussion all about science featuring CWI faculty.
Congratulations to Suzanne Oppenheimer, College of Western Idaho's Faculty of Distinction for October 2019.
Students present research during College of Western Idaho Math and Science Hub's third-annual Fall Research Fair.
Sign up to participate in this year’s Watershed Watch by Wednesday, Sept. 25.
College of Western Idaho INBRE students showcase work examining the physiological effect of social media on people.
Congratulations to Jessica Faaofo, the first recipient of the Joyce Bair Biology Scholarship.
“CWI empowered me with a degree. I wouldn’t have the job I have without it.”
CWI student, Brad Gourdin, writes about volunteering for a project called Leaf Targeting, which aims to help better understand plant life.
For her citizen science project, CWI student, Yesenia Navarro, made a positive impact in the world by helping save endangered animals.
“I was able to get my job because I went back to college and finished my degrees. Because of CWI, I am where I am today.”
Biology student, Julie Wagner, wins best poster presentation at Idaho Academy of Science and Engineering Symposium.
Biology instructor, Dusty Perkins, Biology Club, and Machine Tool Technology Program to host a native bee habitat building during Connections Project.
College of Western Idaho student and graduate present at annual Undergraduate Research Conference.
Congratulations to Christina Moore, College of Western Idaho’s Faculty of Distinction for February 2019.
Visiting Scientist, Dr. Carolyn Hovde Bohach, to present, "A Scientific Journey: Cattle, The Silent Resevoir of E. coli", Nov. 29.
Nichelle B., a 2018-19 scholarship recipient, is achieving her dream of working in the medical field.