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Educating a new generation of doctors  (access required)

The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the educational sector – not just in Idaho, but nationwide. Colleges and universities around the state have adapted to new ways of educating their students through a mix of in-person and online learning. And while ...

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STEM Action Center Foundation adds board members

Christine Frei, Dr. Angela Hemingway and Hayley Rambur recently joined the Idaho STEM Action Center Foundation’s board of directors. Frei is executive director of Clearwater Economic Development Association in Lewiston. She manages workforce development initiatives and community training programs. During ...

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Johanna Kalb named dean of University of Idaho law school

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Johanna Kalb, law faculty from Loyola University and Yale graduate, has been named the next dean of the University of Idaho College of Law. She will begin in May. She has experience in managing teams and building consensus. She serves ...

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The Idaho Legislature’s unfounded fear of social justice

Opposition to “social justice” by the Idaho Legislature, while troubling, is not surprising. If you are in a majority, who has experienced power and advantage, it’s uncomfortable to admit you’ve been part of an unfair system. This may be why ...

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Dr. Bert Glandon to retire from College of Western Idaho

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Dr. Bert Glandon, president of the College of Western Idaho, announced his retirement on February 18 as part of a special meeting of the CWI Board of Trustees. During the search for the next president, an interim will be named. ...

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Kyle Rahn joins State Department of Education

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Kyle Rahn, a law enforcement officer for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Boise, has joined the State Department of Education as director of student transportation. As a law enforcement officer for the VA, he served on the agency’s COVID-19 ...

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