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Parking Advisory for Boise Police Department Training

Boise Police

Boise Police Department will be conducting a training exercise from 4-10 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2, in the 1801 University Drive Annex. During this training, there will be an increase of Boise Police cars and equipment in the University Drive Central …

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Blood Donors Needed for Cancer Research Project


Research projects at Boise State University are under way to test protein levels in serum and to develop a sensitive, point-of-contact colorimetric device for the detection of cancer. If you are a healthy, nonpregnant adult (between 30 and 80 years …

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Boise State Summer Project Parking Advisory


From 6 a.m.-6 p.m. on Monday, June 8, a large crane will be in the West Stadium Parking Lot to complete repair work to a rooftop heating unit at the Stueckle Sky Center.  For public safety, access to the area …

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Micro-G NExT Team Headed to NASA in Houston


The team will test a tool they developed in the simulated microgravity environment of NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.

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Ten Bronco Teams Post Perfect Single-Year APR Scores


Bronco football, women’s golf, women’s tennis and volleyball teams each earned Public Recognition Awards for having multi-year APR scores in the top 10 percent of their respective sports nationally.

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Watercolor Exhibition on Campus June 1-28


The exhibition will highlight watercolor artists from across the Gem State. This year’s juror is David Drummond.

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Alexis Rowland

Alexis Rowland Business Manager College of Health Sciences Alexis Rowland was awarded the distinction of Administrator of the Year on April 23 during the annual Idaho Association of Educational Office Professionals (IAEOP) conference, held in Boise, Idaho. Rowland began at …

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Reception for Blaine Eckles is June 3


Boise State University Division of Student Affairs is hosting a farewell reception and roast for Blaine Eckles, associate dean of students, from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom. He has been appointed dean of students at …

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Reader’s Corner Joins PRX, the Public Radio Exchange

Reader's Corner

The new affiliation provides an opportunity for public and community radio stations throughout the nation to broadcast weekly episodes of the popular author interview show.

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New Book Breaks Down Brazil’s Participatory Government

Activating Democracy in Brazil

Political science professor Brian Wampler’s latest book took him and his family more than 6,000 miles to witness participatory democracy in action.

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Photo of the Week — May 27

Jen Forbey, Biology, sage brush steppe research, graduate students, Idaho Watch program, Heritage Middle School, Carrie Quinney photo

About 175 seventh-grade life science students from Meridian’s Heritage Middle School joined researcher Jen Forbey and Boise State students in the field earlier this month to study wildlife habitat.

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Where in the World? Brazil


Izaskun Kortazar currently is teaching Basque language and culture as a volunteer in Brazil.

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