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Law school application rise may not result in more lawyers (access required)

Applications to Idaho’s only law school rose 18 percent in 2010, a far greater increase than the national average. Students submitted 859 completed applications to the University of Idaho’s College of Law, Dean Don Burnett said, compared to last year’s ...

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Stevens-Henager College plans Nampa site (access required)

Stevens-Henager College Nampa Satellite is planned in a 15,000-square-foot space north of Interstate 84 near Karcher and Midland roads. The college will occupy a building in Treasure Valley Crossing. The Stevens-Henager College Boise Campus, which anchors a large building at ...

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Build America Bonds subsidy benefits BSU project (access required)

Boise State University recently saved nearly $1 million (present value basis) by financing its College of Business and Economics building project largely through the Build America Bonds program. The program would be extended from the end of this year to ...

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Engineering, computer science graduates find employment in Idaho (access required)

New Boise State University engineering graduate Hector Ocampo made a conscious decision to steer clear of the high-tech jobs that are open to electrical engineering and computing graduates like him in Idaho. Instead Ocampo, who has years of experience in ...

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CWI students win BPA leadership conference awards

The College of Western Idaho‘s first trip to the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference was a success, with students placing in the top ten in seven of 51 competitive events. The team of business management, administration and information ...

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Lewiston senior wins NFIB scholarship

The National Federation of Independent Business Young Entrepreneur Foundation announced late last month that a Lewiston senior would receive a $1,000 scholarship as part of the eighth annual NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards, a scholarship program designed to reward and encourage ...

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