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Raquel Cuevas promoted to registrar at College of Eastern Idaho

Raquel Cuevas has accepted the registrar position at College of Eastern Idaho. Cuevas has worked in higher education for 17 years. She started her career in 2003 as a work-study student for Idaho State University – Idaho Falls in the Student ...

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Dave Facer named foundation executive director at College of Eastern Idaho

Dave Facer has been named foundation executive director at College of Eastern Idaho. Facer started his career at Children’s Miracle Network in Salt Lake City after his graduation from the University of Utah. He spent most of his time at ...

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ISU in Meridian receives $150,000 grant for renovations (access required)

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A $150,000 grant from the Sunderland Foundation will help support the second phase of renovations at Idaho State University’s health campus in Meridian. ISU started a $2.3 million renovation at the Sam and Aline Skaggs Health Science Center in Meridian ...

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University of Idaho promised $2.5 million for cybersecurity (access required)

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Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) and the University of Idaho are partnering on a program to fund cybersecurity education that will help train future workers in the field. SEL and U of I have entered into a rolling five-year agreement, with ...

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Groups seek injunction to stop Idaho transgender sports ban

Two civil rights groups that filed a federal lawsuit challenging a new Idaho law banning transgender women from competing in women’s sports have asked for a preliminary injunction to prevent the law from taking effect July 1. The American Civil ...

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Program to provide coding education for Idaho students (access required)

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A new public-private partnership will give Idaho middle and high school students the opportunity to learn to code through online classes. “Coding is something that by its very nature can be delivered digitally very well,” said Gov. Brad Little during ...

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