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Anthony Doerr Wins 2015 Pulitzer Prize for his Novel

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Doerr has taught in Boise State’s MFA Program in Creative Writing.

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Annual Benefits Fair May 7

The annual Benefits Fair will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, May 7, in the Student Union Simplot Ballroom. This year, benefits open enrollment begins on April 27, and representatives from the Office of Group Insurance and Blue Cross …

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Don Stepich Retirement Reception May 8

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The campus community is invited to join faculty, staff and friends for a retirement reception honoring Don Stepich, chair of the Department of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL). The celebration will take place from 4-5 p.m. on Friday, May 8, …

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2015 Foundation Scholars to be Honored at April 22 Reception

On April 22, Boise State professors John Bieter, Maria Mitkova and Jeanne Belfy will be honored at a private Boise State University Foundation board meeting for their unique professional contributions to the active culture of learning here at the university. …

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Discussion Group Leaders Wanted for UF 100

Faculty and staff are encouraged to apply to lead a UF 100 discussion group in one of seven intellectual foundations thematic sections. Discussion group leaders can make a huge difference in the first-year experience of Boise State students. This is …

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Jennifer Forbey’s Fulbright Could Lead to More Effective Drugs


Jennifer Forbey, associate professor of biological sciences, will travel to Sweden and Norway in February 2016 on a Fulbright Scholar award. Forbey will spend four months studying the co-evolutionary relationship between plants and herbivores in an effort to speed the …

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Morrison Center Host to More Than 100 Shows in 2014


The Morrison Center hosted more shows than any other top-grossing university performance center.

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A Thousand Free Children’s Books Presented to Local Teachers

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Two Boise State faculty members in April presented 1,000 free books to 24 local school teachers who participated in the national Teachers’ Choices project. “Boise State is one of five such sites in the nation to present books from the …

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Fettuccine Forum: Freemuth on Preserving the Environment

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Boise State professor John Freemuth and his wife Sheri will present at the final Fettuccine Forum of the season at 5:30 p.m. May 7 at Boise City Hall, 150 N. Capitol Blvd. Doors open at 5 p.m. The popular lecture …

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Learn About the Art of Metalsmithing on April 20

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Have you ever admired the delicate line of a silver bracelet or an ancient iron bowl displayed in a museum and thought, “I wish I had the skills to make this”? If so, you might want to check out Boise State’s Art Metals …

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Service-Learning Student Exhibition, Reception April 23

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Students, faculty, staff and family members are invited to attend a reception honoring Boise State University student accomplishments in service-learning. The exhibition will showcase students’ visual displays of their experiences, final projects and research. The reception is from 4-6 p.m. …

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Apply for Summer Institute in Poland on Emerging Technologies


Applications are now being accepted for the International Summer Institute on Emerging Technologies for Teaching and Learning to be held in Torun, Poland, from June 8-23. Boise State’s Department of Educational Technology (EdTech) and Nicolaus Copernicus University’s Department of Didactics …

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