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The forum will feature three guest speakers and is open to the public. It will run from 6-7 p.m. at the Nampa Campus Academic Building.
The annual event, hosted on Oct. 22, gave kids a fun introduction to STEM careers through hands-on workshops presented by CWI faculty and students.
CWI will waive the $25 application fee, Oct. 31 – Nov. 7. Sign up for an email reminder.
A group of CWI students had the chance to engage with Idaho State University graduate students on a field trip to investigate and map rocks.
Over 150 guests were in attendance for a special presentation by Executive Director of the Idaho Innocence Project, Dr. Greg Hampikian.
CWI honor society students collected 200 voter registrations and absentee ballots, while handing out hundreds of registration cards.
Local music educator and master percussionist David Gluck held a pair of workshops at CWI’s Nampa Campus, Oct. 14-15.
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,...
CWI’s Inclusive Excellence committee would like to introduce the College’s new diversity webpage.
CWI sophomore, Andrew Castro, is spending the fall semester working as an intern for United States Senator Jim Risch.
On Oct. 1, CWI students and faculty joined a group of citizen scientists gathered at the confluence of the Snake and Boise Rivers to monitor water quality.
Seven Biology students had the opportunity to spend their summer vacations in the field researching birds, butterflies, and freshwater mollusks.
CWI is partnering with the Consulate of Mexico to present a series of speaking events, Oct. 10-14, at the Nampa Campus Academic Building.
CWI will welcome local music educator and master percussionist, David Gluck, to campus this weekend for free workshops and a concert.
On Oct. 5, CWI served as the host site for a community policing event presented by the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the U.S. Marshal’s Office.
Ryan Lewis is a prime example of how a student can take their education from CWI and turn it into a successful career.
Dr. Greg Hampikian will visit CWI on Oct. 19 to present on the use of forensic DNA to exonerate innocent people on death row.