• The Taking on Domestic Violence crew.

    Foundation science class inspires students to fight domestic violence

    The class, FDSCI212 Innovation and Design Thinking, encourages students to think outside the box to come up with solutions for real world problems.

  • Chemistry

    Chemistry students publish research for biotech company

    Under the mentorship of David Collins, a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry; Serena Michalsky, Ashley Tolzmann Thornock, and Ramon Soto Alvarez delved into extensive research that centered on testing certain methods of drug extraction and analysis.

  • Business Management

    Department of Business Management to divide into three departments

    The creation of these three departments was decided upon at the beginning of this fall semester, though the nature of the changes have been discussed since this past spring.

  • From left to right: (back row) Hector Valles, Paige Roley, Seth Robins, Jacob Broadhead, (front row) Daniel da Silva, Madi Galer, Caprice Bailey, and Wendy Larson presented their ESL curriculum at the Intermountain Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Conference in October.

    Students aid in CES effort to educate the world

    In collaboration with several institutions including the MTC, BYU, BYU-Pathway Worldwide, and BYU-Hawaii, Seth Robins, BYU-Idaho campus curriculum developer, and his student employees are developing curriculum for EnglishConnect 3.

  • Students learn data science

    New degree program offers students more options

    The new Data Science program, launched this semester, features stackable certificates, requiring a minority of the credits needed to earn a bachelor's degree.