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Broadway Bridge Slated to be Closed from January-Fall 2016


The Department of Transportation is replacing the Broadway Bridge over the Boise River and improving Broadway Avenue between University Drive and Front Street. As part of this process, Broadway Avenue will be closed over the Boise River beginning in January …

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Be Prepared for Upcoming Winter Storm

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A winter storm will impact Southwest Idaho beginning Tuesday and continuing into Thursday. Snow levels are expected to fall throughout the day on Wednesday. Precipitation will start out as rain in the Treasure Valley and the campus will be one of the last …

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Free Dec. 1 Screening of Documentary Celebrating Forgotten Female Filmmakers


Boise State students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to attend a free screening of the documentary “Girl from God’s Country” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 1 in the Special Events Center. The documentary, produced by local filmmaker …

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Boise State Student Presentations Earn National Awards


Two Boise State University students recently were recognized with the William C. Andersen Memorial Award from the Raptor Research Foundation at the 2015 annual meeting held in Sacramento, California, in early November. The award is for the best student oral …

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Attend a Graduate Defense

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The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defense: Kimberley Corwin  When: 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2 Where: Student Union Lookout Room Title: “Living in Lahar Zones: Assessing Hazard Exposure, Risk Perception, and Preparedness Behaviors in Communities within the …

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Faculty Encouraged to Join IDEO Course on Creativity, Innovation


Boise State is pleased to partner with IDEO to deliver the first course of its kind, a Design Thinking IDEO course called “From Creativity to Innovation: Insights for Innovation.” This groundbreaking university offering will be taught in collaboration with College of …

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Tips for Unfreezing Your Car Door


Most winter drivers have encountered this problem: You walk out to your car and pull on the door handle, only to discover the door handle moves but the door won’t open. Each year, faculty, students and staff encounter this problem on …

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COED Works with School District to Receive $1.5 Million Grant

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Lindsey Turner collaborated with the Mountain Home School District on the five-year grant to address mathematics achievement.

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Workshop Deals with Holiday Stress

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Got holiday stress? Do the holidays bring you visions of hope, good cheer and fond memories?  They also can be a time of stress due to financial strain, family dynamics or over-commitment. The Boise State Association of Office Professionals invites you …

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Susan Shadle Named Idaho Professor of the Year


Boise State chemistry professor Susan Shadle has been named the 2015 Idaho Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Shadle, who is director of the …

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Digital Measures Tutorial Sessions


Are you new to Digital Measures? Not sure where to begin? Want to get a kick-start on entering your data into the system? Need a refresher? The Office of Institutional Research is offering two tutorial sessions between now and January …

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Boise Police Training on Campus Nov. 19


The Boise Police Department will use the former University Christian Church (1801 University Drive Annex) for Campus Emergency Response training from 1-6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19. This specialized training is designed specifically to better prepare emergency responders to protect the Boise …

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