• BYU-Idaho receives award

    University Operations cuts costs and increases efficiency

    University Operations is taking steps to reduce the energy demand on campus, saving the university, and ultimately the students money.

  • Students pose next to completed research

    Psychology students gain professional experience

    This research, conducted by faculty member Rob Wright and several of his students each semester, has focused on projects intended to increase the attention individuals pay to their health.

  • Students pose for their conference

    Students place third at biology research conference

    The project, which examined certain conditions optimal for fertility in cells, is one of many student-mentored research projects taking place in biology labs at BYU-Idaho.

  • President and Sister Eyring

    BYU-Idaho prepares for upcoming inauguration

    Attendees are encouraged to arrive early, as seats cannot be saved past 1:40 p.m. The doors will be opened for those who arrive late, and overflow seating in the Hart Auditorium will accommodate all other attendees once the I-Center has reached capacity.

  • View from the students' launched balloon.

    Students to launch high altitude balloon during eclipse

    Students in the Department of Physics, in collaboration with Dr. John Sohl and his students from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, will launch a specialized helium balloon, designed for high altitude flight, rigged with six GoPro cameras to capture the solar eclipse.