Blog - Learning in Action

Angie Smith, the founder of Stronger Shines the Light Inside, will be the keynote speaker at this year's CWI Connections Project event.

College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) Connections Project is being held on April 27, 2017 at the Nampa Campus Academic Building. The Connections Project is an annual event that provides an opportunity for CWI and the surrounding community to make connections, educate others, and inspire...

College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) Biology 2 (Biodiversity & Evolution) class is going native! Join other adventurous students for a three week immersion experience studying the biodiversity and evolution of living organisms at the University of Idaho Field Campus (UIFC) in the beautiful...

CWI Impact - Buckets and a Budget

As a Wishing Well Fund awardee, Jeff Davis is using budget-friendly items to creatively teach music at CWI.

This semester, students from the College of Western Idaho (CWI) have begun to explore what it takes to be a teacher. These students are enrolled in IDoTeach classes at CWI, which are designed to encourage Science,...

On Saturday, Oct. 22, a group of College of Western Idaho (CWI) students representing the IDoTeach program hosted an interactive Physics workshop at CWI’s annual STEM Out! event. The event was presented by CWI's Center for New Directions and Career and Technical Education (...

Monarch Research Project at CWI

Under CWI student Vance McFarland’s watchful eye, more than 50 Monarch Butterflies are ready for a long migration journey.

Oct. 6-7 marked two exciting days of collaboration among educators from around the state of Idaho who gathered at Timberline High School in Boise for the first-ever Idaho Super Conference, "Learning Across All Dimensions." I was fortunate to have been accepted to present a session,...

Ryan Lewis, CWI Alumnus

Ryan Lewis is a prime example of how a student can take their education from CWI and turn it into a successful career.

2016 Summer Research Symposium at Boise State University

Seven Biology students had the opportunity to spend their summer vacations in the field researching birds, butterflies, and freshwater mollusks.


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