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Parking Office to Open Late for Training Meetings


Boise State’s Transportation and Parking Services office will be opening late to accommodate early morning training meetings on Wednesdays and Fridays for the next three weeks. The office will open at 9 a.m.  beginning Wednesday, July 23, through Friday, Aug. 8.

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Faculty: Opt Into eTextbooks for Fall 2015 by Aug. 4


The Boise State Bookstore and the IDEA Shop (formerly Academic Technologies) is once again teaming up with a deliverer of eTextbooks and several publishers to provide students with interactive, digital course materials at less than half the cost of printed …

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School Leaders Report Students Accept Healthier Lunches


A new study shows that 70 percent of elementary school kids generally like the healthier school lunches.

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Attend Library ‘Patent and Trademark Resource Center’ Open Forum


Albertsons Library is investigating the idea of becoming a Patent and Trademark Resource Center (PTRC) and would like your help in exploring its options. A PTRC is a library that has made commitments to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to provide …

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Where in the World? Warsaw, Poland


Where in the World? looks at the international experiences of Boise State’s faculty, staff, students and alumni. Lynn Lubamersky, associate professor of history, was installed for a three-year term as a member of the Board of the Polish Institute of …

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New Campaign Highlights the Innovation and Creativity that Define Boise State


The “I’m Ready” campaign is designed to highlight how Boise State students and faculty are encouraged to venture outside their comfort zones and achieve academic and research goals at a university that revels in a new way of thinking.

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Graduate Defense July 30


The campus community is invited to attend graduate theses defenses. Michael S. Beaudoin will defend his thesis on July 30. Michael S. Beaudoin When: 1 p.m.  Wednesday, July 30 Where: Education Building, Room 709 Program: Master of Arts in History Advisors: Lisa Marie Brady, Leslie …

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PeopleSoft Maintenance July 26


PeopleSoft Student Center, Campus Solutions, Human Resources and Finance Information systems will be unavailable Saturday, July 26, from 6-9 a.m. The Office of Information Technology will perform maintenance during this time. For more information, please contact the Office of Information Technology Help …

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Bronco Snapshot: Joe Nickell


Bronco Snapshot looks at the people across campus you should know. Meet Joe Nickell, sports information director.

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Internship Students Contribute to the Community


Senior health education and promotion (HEP) students celebrated their growth, development and contributions to the community at the eighth annual HEP internship luncheon in May. The event recognized both the interns and their supervisors for the difference they make in …

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Engineering Undergrad Wins Award at International Conference


Luke Schoensee, a junior in the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering (MBE), received an Outstanding Poster Award at the 2014 International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT 2014) in Nashville, Tennessee. The title of his poster is “Nanostructured Bulk High-Temperature Thermoelectric …

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Pre-sale for Dierks Bentley Concert July 17


Pre-sale tickets for the Riser Tour concert by Dierks Bentley on Oct. 10 in Taco Bell Arena will be available one day only. The pre-sale will run from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Thursday, July 17. To access the pre-sale, go to …

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