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The University of Idaho partners with corporations in many ways. The Office of Corporate Relations is the front door to U of I for business and industry. We can match your needs with the U of I’s expertise and capabilities to help you reach your business goals. Whether you are looking to grow your brand visibility, recruit interns and employees, collaborate with scientists and researchers, incubate your business idea, offer your workforce education and engagement opportunities or advance your corporate citizenship agenda, we can connect you with the resources you need.
As a national land-grant and premiere research institution, we seek partnerships with corporations to bring real-world experiences to our students and to help industry partners gain access to top research faculty in world-class laboratories.
We are proud of our institution and its capabilities in partnering with industry. We look forward to having a conversation with you in the near future. Learn More >>
Posted Thu, 11 Jul 2019 11:05:00 -0700
MOSCOW, Idaho — July 11, 2019 — The White House has selected Tara Hudiburg, associate professor in the University of Idaho College of Natural Resources , for a 2019 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. Read more
Posted Thu, 27 Jun 2019 13:17:00 -0700
A project to launch a robotic rotorcraft lander to Saturn’s moon Titan, envisioned by a University of Idaho researcher, has been selected by NASA for launch. The mission, known as Dragonfly, involves 35 scientists from around the globe and is funded for up to $850 million. It is led by the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and beat 11 other teams to win NASA’s New Frontiers Program competition. Read more
Posted Thu, 27 Jun 2019 09:46:00 -0700
MOSCOW, Idaho — June 27, 2019 — The amount of area burned across Africa declined by 18.5 percent between 2002 and 2016, according to a University of Idaho study, and this reduction was likely driven by an increase in plant-available moisture and not solely changes in human behavior, as previous studies have found. The study was published today, June 27, in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. Read more