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Computer Science Program Moving into Downtown Boise

Computer science announcement

Boise State will lease space for its fast-growing Department of Computer Science in City Center Plaza, adjacent to The Grove.

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Betti Newburn and Mark Rudin

Betti Newburn, director of the Idaho Small Business Development Center located at Boise State, and Mark Rudin, vice president for research and economic development, were both referenced in an article in the Idaho Statesman (and Rudin was pictured in a …

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Boise State Explore 2014 Showcases Research Excellence


The just-released magazine features new faculty, partnerships, research programs and initiatives that are contributing to Boise State’s upward trajectory.

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Greg Hampikian

Greg Hampikian, a faculty member with joint appointments in the departments of Biological Sciences and Criminal Justice and director of the Idaho Innocence Project, is featured prominently in “Honoring Academic Invention,” a new publication from the National Academy of Inventors …

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Idaho Universities Awarded $20 Million NSF Grant


Over the course of five years, the National Science Foundation grant will allow Idaho researchers to study the ways society and landscapes are interconnected.

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University’s New Venture College to Nurture Entrepreneurs


The innovative new Venture College will bring a select group of students out of the classroom and into the heart of Idaho’s business community.

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Boise State Explore 2013 Highlights Research Acumen

Explore top story

Boise State’s dynamic research programs are showcased in the latest issue of Explore magazine.

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Campus invited to Biomedical Networking Meeting Jan. 28


The campus community is invited to participate in a Biomedical Networking Meeting from 3:30-5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, in the Student Union Trueblood Room. Mark Rudin, vice president for research and economic development, will be the guest speaker. If you …

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Boise State Participates in National Academy of Inventors


Boise State is a participant and sponsoring institution of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Conference.

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App for iPad Now Available for Boise State Explore Magazine


The current issue of Explore, Boise State’s research magazine, is now available as a free iPad app from the App Store.

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Innovation Teams Bring Ideas to the Marketplace


Conversations around discoveries at Boise State are taking place in the venture lab known as “The Kitchen,” a newly opened space dedicated to fostering cross-disciplinary thinking and problem solving.

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Mark Rudin

Mark Rudin, vice president for research and economic development, was quoted in a Teton Valley News story about the $700,000 awarded to the university by the Higher Education Research Council.

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