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A group of local artists, educators, and community leaders recently gathered at CWI to talk about the importance of art in public places.
Shad Priest of Regence Blue Shield of Idaho gave a presentation on the Affordable Care Act and its potential impact in the Gem State.
Brittney Trimmer, project manager III for Academic Affairs, was named CWI’s October Staff of the Month.
CWI invites the public to participate in a weekend exploration of the work of the Brooklyn-based artist and social activist.
CWI’s most recent Upgrade U.0 television commercials have been recognized as award winning by a group of community college marketing peers.
The logo contest is open to the public and the design selected will be used for marketing and information resources.
The CWI Patriot Range, which is a display of 300 American flags, will stand at CWI’s Nampa Campus Academic Building starting Nov. 4.
The November 2016 general election is rapidly approaching, which will place a number of ballot items related to CWI in front of voters.
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.
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.
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.