• Rob Eaton

    Course of the Future to foster future creativity

    Eaton believes that using this process will allow faculty to better tailor their courses to meet their students' needs.

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  • Mark Willis advises student Alex Overbay in the Ag & Life Science Department.

    Academically suspended students receive second chance

    Advisors will be tracking these students to make sure they are accomplishing the recommended milestones given to them.

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  • 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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