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Where in the World? Transylvania, Romania


History professor Todd Shallat is in the Transylvania for the conference of the International Committee for the History of Technology.

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WordPress Sites to be Affected by July 31 Maintenance


The Office of Information Technology will perform maintenance on the Boise State OIT-hosted WordPress environment Thursday, July 31, between approximately 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. This will prevent website edits and new content from being saved during the maintenance period. The WordPress …

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Parking Offices Closed Aug. 1


The Boise State Transportation and Parking Services office will be closed from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, Aug. 1 for a staff retreat. The campus community is encourage to plan ahead for the closure by making any necessary visits or purchasing …

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Alumni Office Moves to Temporary Location


The Alumni Relations Office is moving to temporary offices in preparation for construction of the new Alumni and Friends Center.  Ground will be broken on the project on Sept. 20. The Alumni Relations Office’s temporary physical address is: University Plaza …

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Boise State Houses Collections Related to World War I

From the Albertsons Library Special Collections

This year marks the centennial of the start of World War I, which began on July 28, 1914.

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Lit For Lunch Fall Selections Mark Great War Centennial


The fall session of Literature for Lunch will observe the centennial of the start of World War I by focusing on novels about 1914. To the generation that fought it, the First World War was known as the Great War. …

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First Da Vinci Lecture Highlights Inventor’s Failures, Influence


Two faculty will speak on Aug. 14 on “You Don’t Get Answers if You Don’t Have Questions.”

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Symposium Features Trends in High-Performance Computing


There is still time to register for the fourth annual High-Performance Computing Symposium Aug. 12-13 on the CU-Boulder campus. Thanks to industry sponsors, students and post-docs from the Rocky Mountain region can register at discounted rates. Sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing …

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Social Media Changes for the Boise State Website


Boise State’s new Social Media Hub is now live at The site aggregates content from the main Boise State University social media accounts, as well as publishing moderated user-generated content that includes the #boisestate hashtag. If you’d like a shot …

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Tealight Reading Features ‘Deviant Art’ July 28


The Boise State Theatre Majors Association will present another “Tealight Readings: Readings from Idaho Playwrights” at the Centennial Amphitheatre at 8 p.m. Monday, July 28. Participants will be reading “Deviant Art” by Jef Petersen. Admission is free; “pay what you …

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Report Correlates Math and Chemistry Success


Institutional Research has released a study titled “The Relationship of Math Courses and Grades to Success in CHEM 111.” This study examined the relationship between performance in chemistry and the math courses taken and grades earned prior to enrolling in …

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Undergraduate Research Conference is July 30-31


The July 30-31 forum allows students, educators and others to discuss cutting-edge research topic

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