Blog - Learning in Action

Casey Lewis

Casey Lewis took what he learned in CWI's Business classes and put it to work in the real world.

College of Western Idaho (CWI) is launching an Entrepreneurial Strategy class this fall. This is a hybrid course designed for students pursuing a career in entrepreneurship or anybody that aspires to turn ideas into reality. You will get the opportunity to meet successful local business owners...

Carol Billing and Molly Wolk presented at the Mountain Plains Adult Education Association and Idaho Lifelong Learners Association’s Conference.

Do Travertine Springs limit the distribution of an invasive mollusk in Eastern Idaho?

The answer appears to be “NO,” at least that’s how we see it today. Three CWI students will discuss this question, and their findings, when they present the results of their year-long...

In addition to teaching classes, like he has done for five years at CWI, James Rosenberg is also taking a journey from the other side of the desk.

On Feb. 27, CWI helped promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education at the event in McCall.

In the Fall, a group of CWI Biology students evaluated their impact on the environment. One student saw the project as more than an assignment.

Three College of Western Idaho (CWI) Biology majors are already starting work in their chosen field. Jennifer Hines (Sophomore), Kassandra Townsend (Sophomore), and Tabor Hoxsey (Freshman) are working on a collaborative research project overseen by Assistant Professor of Biology, Steve Lysne....

On Saturday, Nov. 7, nine College of Western Idaho (CWI) students and their instructor, representing the Allied Health, Education, and Biology Departments, hosted two different workshops at CWI’s annual STEM Out! Into PTE event. This event was designed to ignite the curiosities of...

Title - The Western Pearlshell (Margaritifera falcata) is a regional species of conservation concern. This teenager (ca. 15 years) is from central Idaho. Photo: Steven Lysne

CWI’s Center for Invertebrate Science and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game are partnering to share information and review the conservation status of invertebrate animals in Idaho. It’s been almost a decade since natural resource managers took a hard look at the status of...

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