University of Idaho
has been awarded a $3.2 million grant by the
National Science Foundation Integrative
Graduate Education and Research Traineeship
Program (IGERT). The project "Evaluating Resilience of Ecological and Social Systems in Changing Landscapes of Costa Rica and Idaho" will support 24 doctoral students working in interdisciplinary teams in Idaho and Costa Rica. The project is being implemented jointly with
the Tropical Agricultural Research
and Higher Education Center (CATIE)
in Costa Rica.
- Thursday, September 17, 2009: University of Idaho Wins $3.2 Million Renewal of Interdisciplinary Graduate Research and Education Project. READ MORE...
- GRADUATE STUDENT WINS NATIONAL CONSERVATION AWARDS.Improving our understanding of risks to threatened species populations worldwide is the ambition of Jan Schipper, a University of Idaho graduate student. He is the recent winner of the William T. Hornaday Conservation Award, a national award from the American Society of Mammalogists that recognizes Schipper's significant contribution as a student to the conservation of mammals and their habitats. READ MORE...