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First Forward to Aid First-Generation College Students

Multicultural Student Services (MSS) has launched First Forward Success, a program to help first-generation college students succeed at Boise State University. Through skills-based “college knowledge” workshops and social networking events, first-generation students learn to feel more at home on campus. …

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Technology Learning Opportunities from OIT


The Office of Information Technology offers on-demand, classroom and ad hoc group learning opportunities for Boise State staff and faculty. On Demand Learning Resources Access to learning resources covering nearly every topic are available free of charge 24 hours per day, …

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‘Sophomore Start’ Will Speed College Degree, Save High Schoolers Money

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Boise State University is committed to helping future high school graduates enter college with a full year of classes already completed — saving students substantial tuition costs and putting them in a great position to earn a degree on time …

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Engage Students with Primary Sources

The Center for Teaching and Learning will facilitate an active learning at lunch workshop on engaging students with primary sources from noon-1 p.m. on Feb. 6 in the Interactive Learning Center, Room 315. Lunch will be provided by the Center for …

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Art Lovers Can Enjoy Two New Exhibitions at Boise State


The Visual Arts Center will present “Launch: 2015 Annual Student Juried Exhibition,” and the Student Union Gallery, “In Translation: Maria-Mercè Marçal.”

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John Kaplan is New Director of Campus Security

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John Kaplan joined Boise State University Jan. 26 as the new Executive Director of Campus Security and Police Services. Kaplan brings more than 27 years of supervisory experience in university and municipal police departments, as well as 11 years as …

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Community Outreach in STEM Classes?

The Service-Learning Program will facilitate a workshop on integrating community outreach into STEM classes from noon-1 p.m. on Feb. 4. This session will offer examples, best practices, tips, connections with community partners, a clear sense of what’s involved, and even …

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Partnership Brings Family of Woman Film Fest Screenings to Boise

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Boise audiences can see free screenings of two of this year’s films.

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Political Science Skills Lab Starts Jan. 29


The Department of Political Science and the Political Science Association will present monthly bipartisan workshops on Thursday evenings that feature local experts from Idaho’s political community discussing the tricks of their trade. Each Political Science Skills Lab workshop will review …

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Yoga and Walking Programs Promote Employee Wellness


Two successful programs are back in action starting next week. Both programs are free for Boise State employees. Restorative yoga is focused on deep breathing, relaxation and meditation. This is not your typical fitness yoga. Come and take a time …

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Open Forum with AVP for Human Resources Candidate

The Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration invites faculty, staff and students to attend an open forum with Associate Vice President for Human Resources candidate Jay Stephens from 2:45-3:45 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2. Stephens will deliver a …

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Boise State Entrepreneur Challenge Jan. 30-31


Student entrepreneurs will have a chance to present their business ideas and compete for more than $16,000 in prizes during the first Boise State Entrepreneur Challenge, a business plan and business model competition presented by the Boise State Center for …

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