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Study Tour to China Focuses on Economic Education


The Idaho Council on Economic Education is partnering with EF Educational Tours to present its innovative global education program and study tour in China on July 7-16, 2015. Participants will spend eight days exploring the most historic and culturally significant …

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Memorial Service for Samantha Tyrer Sept. 4


Samantha Tyrer, former technical records specialist with University Admissions, passed away Monday, Aug. 25 after a three-year battle with cancer. She joined the Admissions team the summer after high school in 1999 as a work-study student and worked various roles …

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Visitors Welcome at Intermountain Bird Observatory


Idaho’s skies are home to thousands of raptors and songbirds, giving Boise State researchers an abundance of opportunities to study them. The Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) invites the community to experience the unique world of hawks and owls this fall. …

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‘Jersey Boys’ Group Discounts Start Sept. 5


Discounted group tickets for “Jersey Boys,” presented by Fred Meyer Broadway in Boise, will be available to faculty and staff beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 5. Visit and use promotion code “stateofidaho/Sherry.” “Jersey Boys” performances will take place at …

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Idaho SBDC Presents Government Grants Seminar


The Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will host a seminar designed to raise Idahoans’ awareness of funds available to help businesses prove the feasibility of their technology and to assist with commercializing products of their research. On Sept. 24, …

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Cheryl Maille Retirement Reception Sept. 23


The campus community is invited to help celebrate Cheryl Maille’s retirement from the College of Business and Economics. Maille has served as the director of the the college’s Executive MBA program. From EMBA’s inception in 2004 to present, Maille has been …

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NSF Grant Supports Winds of Change in Scientific Software


A new interdisciplinary NSF grant at Boise State designed to develop open-source software to help predict wind patterns

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Color Schemes Announced for 2014 Football Games

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Boise State University has announced the color schemes for its 2014 football games. This year’s color schemes are: Aug. 28, vs. Ole Miss at Atlanta, 6 p.m., orange Sept. 6, Colorado State, 8:15 p.m., blue out Sept. 13, at Connecticut, …

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‘Game Changers’ Seminar Features Five Notable Authors

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Entrepreneurs are the foundation of the startup community and are rapidly becoming the backbone of job creation in the country. Prodromos Marketing and Boise State University’s Center for Entrepreneurship will present “Game Changers: A Seminar for Entrepreneurs, Students and Startups” …

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Wellness Services Offers Free Fitness Classes for Employees

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Wellness Services will offer free fitness classes to employees starting next week on Sept. 2-3. Body Blast, a circuit/stations class, will be offered at 6:30 a.m. Tuesdays and at 5:15 p.m. Wednesdays in the Kinesiology Building, Room 215. Body Blast …

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Reporting Services Drop-In Labs Scheduled


Did you take a Pyramid Analytics class and now have a question? Want to get to know Pyramid Analytics and myInsights reports better? The Business Intelligence and Reporting Services team will be holding several free drop-in labs for Boise State …

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‘The President’s Own’ Marine Band Gives Free Concert


The Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts presents “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band. As part of the Marine Band 2014 national concert tour, they will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, at the Morrison Center. The concert …

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