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Photo of the Week — June 29

IBO, Boise River, Murdock grant recipient Steve DeMers, Boise State Students Elizeth Cinto Mejia, Michael Brownlee, Nate Acevedo, John Kelly photo

Boise State researcher Elizeth Cinto Mejia demonstrates how to safely catch songbirds for research at the Boise River Research Station. The research station is the Intermountain Bird Observatory’s new site along the scenic Boise River near State Highway 21 and …

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Campus Community Learning and Teaching Around the World


Several Boise State faculty and students are teaching, studying and conducting research abroad this summer.

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Five Campus Programs Win May in Motion Awards

May in Motion

Hundreds of faculty and staff members from across the campus community ditched their traditional transportation during the month of May to participate in May in Motion. May in Motion encouraged everyone to take alternative transportation to work whenever they could and …

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Free Health Screenings on Campus in July

Spring, Boise State, Campus Scene, FishEye, Flower,  Administration Building, Brian Angers Photos

Life keeps us busy, and it can be difficult to schedule in time for your own health and well-being. Now, the appointment can come to you. The week of July 13, Preventative Health will host health screening clinics on campus. …

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Boise State Policy Updates for June

B sculpture, Administration Plaza, Carrie Quinney photo

The following are policy updates for June 2015: Intellectual Property (1090) and Use of Copyrighted Works (1130-New):  The previous Intellectual Property Policy #1090 covered two issues:  1) ownership of intellectual property, and 2) use of others’ copyrighted works.  This policy …

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Computing Symposium Offers Discounts for Students


Leaders from two of the nation’s most innovative technology research laboratories will be the keynote speakers at the Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium’s fifth annual High Performance Computing Symposium Aug. 11-13 at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Thanks to industry …

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Bronco Snapshot: Steve Marlatt


Bronco Snapshot looks at the people across campus you should know. Meet Steve Marlatt, associate manager of Printing and Graphic Services.

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Celebrate July 4 at Shakespeare Festival with Discounted Tickets


As part of Boise State University’s partnership with the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Boise State faculty and staff can get half price reserved seating for the July 4th performance of The Secret Garden. The July 4th show is the opening performance of The …

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Be Safe as the Mercury Rises


High pressure will continue to build across the Intermountain West, bringing record high temperatures to Idaho. This weather pattern is reminiscent of late June and early July 2013, when Boise hit a record high of 110 degrees. Overnight lows will …

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Curt Apsey, Proven Leader and Builder, Returns to Boise State Athletics


Apsey returns to Idaho after nearly a year as the athletic director of Carroll College in Helena, Montana, but he has a long history at Boise State.

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Boise State Joins Call for More Investment in Innovation

Claire Xiong, Engineering, lab, students, Carrie Quinney photo

“Innovation: An American Imperative” calls for stronger federal policies and investment to drive domestic research.

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Warcholak to Serve as Associate Director in Institutional Research

Nick Warcholak

Nick Warcholak is the new the associate director for research in the Office of Institutional Research. He replaces Marcia Belcheir who is retiring after 20 years with Boise State University. Warcholak previously worked as senior planning and research associate with Pennsylvania …

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