Jeffrey A. Dodge, Associate Dean for Students and Associate Clinical Professor of Law, was recently asked to serve on two important search committees for the University of Idaho. Dean Dodge will serve on the search committee to hire a new Manager for Disability Support Services, a department in the Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Division, […]
Jeffrey A. Dodge, Associate Dean for Students and Associate Clinical Professor of Law, has been invited to present to the Moscow Chapter of PFLAG (formerly the organization known as Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays). The presentation is entitled “The Next Frontier of the LGBTQIA Civil Rights Movement: Understanding Recent Legal Changes and […]
Jeffrey A. Dodge, Associate Dean of Students & Administration and Associate Clinical Professor of Law, has been asked to serve on the University’s Advisory Committee for the Establishment of a Financial Literacy, Debt Management, and Default Prevention Program. The Office of Student Financial Aid Services has received approval and resources to establish such a program […]
Jeffrey A. Dodge, Associate Dean for Students and Associate Clinical Professor of Law, was recently asked to serve a two year appointment on the University of Idaho Women’s Center Advocacy Council. The mission of the Advocacy Council is to support the work and mission of the Women’s Center, raise funds for operating and facility costs, […]
The University of Idaho’s Faculty Senate just recently announced the leadership and membership for the 2014-15 committees. Dean Dodge will serve as chair of the Ubuntu Committee next year. This committee is dedicated to promoting the values of respect, understanding, and fairness within our diverse university experience. The committee focuses on the needs of students, […]
UNITY student organization leaders selected Jeffrey A. Dodge, Associate Dean for Students & Administration, to give the keynote address at this year’s End of the Year Banquet and Graduation Ceremony. Dean Dodge spoke about his own experiences in college and professionally working on diversity, human rights, and inclusion causes. Graduates were reminded of the potential […]
Steven Neiheisel, assistant vice president for enrollment management, will be leaving the University of Idaho at the end of the month. Neiheisel has accepted a position at Northern Michigan University as their vice president for enrollment and student services. Jeffrey Dodge has agreed to take on interim leadership with the core directors in the enrollment […]
A local group in Moscow is drafting an anti-school-bullying bill to submit to the Idaho Legislature for the 2014 legislative session. Several months ago, former representative Tom Trail introduced them to Brenda High, a mother whose son, Jared, committed suicide because he was bullied at school. In 2006, Tom Trail and Brenda High drafted […]
University of Idaho College of Law faculty members participated in the Idaho State Bar’s Love the Law program, by welcoming local high school students to various events related to the Bellwood speaker, Morris Dees of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Dean Jeff Dodge hosted a lunch for the students and for University of Idaho CAMP […]
The College of Law’s Student Bar Association was profiled in the September 26th issue of The Argonaut. Ivar Gunderson, SBA president, and Dean Dodge, faculty adviser, were interviewed for the story.
The University of Idaho College of Law is featured in a National Jurist magazine article entitled “Enrollments drop at most schools – again.” Dean Dodge is also quoted in the article.
On Tuesday, September 24, Dean Dodge and Director Wells gave the presentation “Everything You Need to Know About Law School” to an audience thinking about applying to law school. The presentation was co-sponsored by the University of Idaho’s Career Center.