• Student working on a car

    Automotive industry seeks BYU-Idaho graduates

    Brigham Young University-Idaho now offers the largest automotive bachelor degree program in the country, and employers such as Ford, Toyota, and Fiat Chrysler are eager to hire BYU-Idaho interns and graduates.

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  • The team of BYU-Idaho students who competed in the SAE contest.

    Engineering students compete in aerospace design competition

    The group had a goal carrying four pounds with their airplane-which weighed slightly more than half a pound.

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  • Kelly Burgener

    Meet BYU-Idaho's new academic vice president

    Burgener began his employment at Ricks College in 1990 as an art faculty member, teaching graphic design.

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  • Sister Cheryl Esplin speaks to a student at Devotional about the weekly Devotional Challenge.

    New devotional format engages student participation

    Changing the way devotional is presented has the potential to add value to students' experience and increase their immersion in disciple preparation.

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  • Student playing piano

    New music course empowers students to teach basic music skills

    A new music course launched Winter Semester 2017 is inspiring faculty and students to teach the importance of learning basic music skills to build their careers and the kingdom of God.

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