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This Week at Boise State

Your list of campus events for Sept 28-Oct. 8.

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Where to Park for Oct. 1 Football Game Against Nevada

Saturday, Oct. 1, is Game Day as the Broncos take on the Nevada Wolf Pack at 12:30 p.m. in Bronco Stadium. Read here to find out where to park.

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Boise State to Make Partial Appeal of NCAA Infractions Report

Boise State University will appeal portions of the penalties contained in the ruling by the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions on September 13, 2011. The university has notified the NCAA of its intentions, and will present its case in accordance with the appeals process.

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Professional Development Day is Oct. 11

The Boise State University Association of Office Professionals annual Professional Development Day on Tuesday, Oct. 11, features author MK Mueller.

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Trisha Stevens Lamb

Trisha Stevens Lamb, College of Business and Economics, is one of nine new inductees into the Stanford University Athletic Hall of Fame.

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SUB Art Exhibition Looks at Lost Personal History

An art exhibition titled “(His)tory: the Re-collection of Personal Identity, an Installation by Migel A. Delgado,” will be on display from Oct. 6-Nov. 16 in the Student Union Gallery.

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Geophysicist to Discuss Japanese Quake and Resulting Nuclear Accident

Haruo Sato, faculty at the Graduate School of Science at Tohoku University, will speak at 3:40 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, in Room 110 of the Engineering Building.

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Roberto E. Bahruth

Roberto E. Bahruth, professor of bilingual education, has authored the chapter “Juxtaposing Cultural Artifacts to Peel the Onion of Hegemony” in the book “Teaching for Global Community: Overcoming the Divide and Conquer Strategies of the Oppressor,” edited by César Augusto Rossatto.

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Academic Technologies Offers Webinars about iPads in Education

Academic Technologies will host two webinars on Oct. 4 and Oct. 6 produced by Academic Impressions, both focusing on iPads in education.

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Bronco Zone Announces New Menu

The Bronco Zone has announced a new menu for the next three weeks.

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Four Faculty Members to Teach Abroad in 2012

Four Boise State professors will have the opportunity to teach abroad this year in two locations through the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC).

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Ed McLuskie

Ed McLuskie, a professor in the Department of Communication, is first author of “European Communication History: An Introduction” and co-editor of a theme issue titled, “What is Communication History? European Answers I.”

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