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High-achieving students partner to grow Idaho’s economy   (access required)

Down economy, pay cuts and furloughs don’t sound enticing as a student preparing to enter business. That is why Lisa Frazier is working hard to get real-world experience. A marketing major at Boise State, Frazier has seen what it takes ...

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Allen receives University of Idaho honor

When shaking Sharon Allen’s hand, and exchanging salutations, it becomes apparent who the corporate chairwoman is. Allen brings the strength of her leadership into every situation; award ceremony, interview or general luncheon, which has made her one of the world’s ...

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UI leads on sustainable business solutions (access required)

National clothing maker Patagonia is tackling sustainable design in the right way: It produces its clothing in an environmentally low-impact way, and it attaches a value to that production that makes customers willing to pay a little more for the ...

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State’s research future relies on best minds, equipment (access required)

When Harold Blackman, director of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies, thinks about the future direction of research, he thinks of a nighttime satellite photograph of earth. The deep blue of the planet is shot through with tiny pinpoints of ...

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Proposals requested for solar schools projects

A grant of $2.75 million in Recovery Act funds is going to support solar systems at public schools throughout Idaho. The Idaho Office of Energy Resources is administering the grant, and has issued a Request for Qualifications seeking contractors to ...

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