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Number of Broncos Taking Online Courses on the Rise

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As President Bob Kustra noted in his recent State of the University address, enrollments in summer online courses increased this year, making up more than 40 percent of all summer 2015 credits. More than 11,300 students enrolled in at least …

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Permit Problems? Transportation and Parking Can Help

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Customer feedback is very important to Transportation and Parking Services and they are committed to making your parking experience on campus successful. Some permit holders are experiencing difficulties affixing new permits to their windshields. Here are some tips for applying …

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Study Looks at Best Materials to Cut Coal Plant Emissions

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Work by Lan Li focuses on the best materials to filter and trap carbon dioxide in power plant emissions.

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Bronco Snapshot: Kyle Shannon

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Bronco Snapshot looks at the people across campus you should know. Meet Kyle Shannon, senior software engineer for the Office of Information Technology’s Research Computing Department.

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New Procedures Announced for On-the-Job Injuries

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Boise State University Health Services has been appointed as the preferred medical provider for employees who have worker’s compensation injuries, effective Sept. 1, 2015. University Health Services provides a campus clinic on the second floor of the Norco Building, as …

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Gordon Jones to Keynote Sun Valley Summit

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Gordon Jones, dean of Boise State’s College of Innovation and Design, will be the keynote speaker at Sun Valley Economic Development’s fourth annual economic summit titled “Succeeding in the Age of Innovation: New Strategies for Local Challenges” on Oct. 7. …

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Discounted Tickets Available for Shania Twain Concert

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Shania Twain will bring her Rock This Country tour to Taco Bell Arena on Sept. 15. Special $50 tickets are available from 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 27, until 10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 31, in honor of Twain’s 50th birthday. To …

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Jeff Anderson

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Jeff Anderson Associate professor, director Department of Respiratory Care College of Health Sciences Jeff Anderson was featured on the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) website on August 25 in an interview titled “What Does a Director of Clinical Education …

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Digital Measures: New Interface and Updated Website

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A new Digital Measures interface has been released by the company Institutional Research and is now available to Boise State faculty. The updated interface provides a more user-friendly platform and many functional enhancements. In concert with the new interface, the …

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Apply Today to Teach in Innovative Classroom

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The physical teaching environment is an important factor in engaging students in learning. The Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to offer up the Classroom for Research and Innovation in ILC 313. The classroom space supports instructors in using …

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Public Demo of Unique Performance Art Methods Sept. 28

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At noon on Monday, Sept. 28, theatre arts professionals will demonstrate the Suzuki and Viewpoints performance methods in the Morrison Center’s Danny Peterson Theater. The demo will take place during a theater symposium class but is free and open to …

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New Library Exhibit: Idaho Comic Collection

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Special Collections and Archives at the Albertsons Library actively collects and preserves Idaho comic books, artwork, drafts and other materials from Idaho authors and artists. Memo Cordova, librarian and Cheryl Oestreicher, head of special collections and archives, curated the exhibit …

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