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Stephanie Dillon joins Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine as director of communications and marketing

Stephanie Dillon has joined the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine as the director of communications and marketing. Prior to joining the college, Dillon worked as a television journalist in Idaho, including KIVI in the Treasure Valley, KIFI in Idaho Falls, and ...

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Dan Ciani, Whitney Ciani join GeoEngineers at the Boise office

Dan Ciani recently transferred to GeoEngineers’ Boise office from Redmond, Washington. Dan Ciani is a senior geotechnical engineer with 11 years of experience in the private and public-sector development industry. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from Washington ...

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Idaho author Emily Ruskovich’s novel nominated for international prize

Emily Ruskovich’s novel Idaho has been nominated for the Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize, an honor for authors under the age of 40 writing in English. Ruskovich is a Boise State University faculty member. Ruskovich is a graduate of the Iowa ...

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Ladd Cluff joins T-O Engineers in Meridian

Ladd Cluff has returned to T-O Engineers in the Meridian office as a professional land surveyor, working closely on all survey projects. He previously worked for the past eight years as the city surveyor for Olympia, Washington. Prior to moving to Washington, Cluff spent ...

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Doug Blakney, Rob O’Malley promoted at T-O Engineers

Doug Blakney has been promoted to the position of construction manager at T-O Engineers. Blakney has been with T-O for 10 years and has served on the construction team. Rob O’Malley, PLS, has been promoted to survey manager at T-O Engineers. O’Malley ...

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Susan Potucek appointed commissioner for Serve Idaho

Susan Potucek, human resources manager with Clif Bar Baking Co., has been appointed by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter as a commissioner for Serve Idaho, the governor’s commission on service and volunteerism. In her position as human resources manager with Clif ...

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Scott Snyder named dean of ISU’s College of Science and Engineering

Scott Snyder has been dean of Idaho State University’s College of Science and Engineering. Snyder, who is now associate vice chancellor for research and creative activity for the University of Nebraska Omaha, will begin his duties on Jun. 29. Snyder also serves as ...

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Tasha Fermantez, Kurt Galitz, Tabatha Hyer Gutierrez, Chad Smith promoted at First American Title Company

Tasha Fermantez has been promoted to Ada County escrow manager at First American Title Company. Fermantez has 21 years of escrow experience. She previously worked as First American’s escrow lead and trainer. As escrow manager, Fermantez will be responsible for the growth ...

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Lori Barber named dean of general education for College of Eastern Idaho

Lori Barber has been named the dean of general education for College of Eastern Idaho. Barber previously served as the director of general education at the new community college. Prior to that, she worked at Idaho State University as an assistant lecturer ...

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