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Heidi Reeder

Heidi Reeder, associate professor of communication, was interviewed for a Valentine’s Day story about male-female friendship. The story is slated to air at 9 p.m. Tuesday on FOX-9 and at 10 p.m. on KIVI-6.

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Photography Workshop Focuses on Social Justice

The Women’s Center will present “What does your lens capture: Photography, Social Justice and Self Identity,” from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27, in the Student Union Farnsworth Room.

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Lisa Dawley and Chris Haskell

Boise State’s 3D GameLab, developed by Lisa Dawley and Chris Haskell in the Department of Educational Technology, earned a place in the 2012 Horizon Report, published by the New Media Consortium. The report predicts trends over the next five years in educational technology in higher education.

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Feb. 17: Mark Roll, Materials Science and Engineering

Guest speaker Mark Roll from the Department of Chemical & Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Idaho will speak on “Nano-Building Blocks for Nano-Structured Materials” at 11:40 a.m. Friday, Feb. 17, in MEC Room 106. The event is …

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Beyond the Blue Podcast: The Truth About Vaccines — Risk vs. Reward?

Vaccines have had a profoundly positive impact on human health, but the practice of vaccination also has its detractors. Juliette Tinker explores the current loss of confidence in vaccines in this week’s Beyond the Blue podcast.

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Shari Stroud

Shari Stroud, Boise State’s Twin Falls program coordinator, was quoted in a story in the Times-News about the dual-credit program that give high school students college credit for some courses.

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Gilbert and Sullivan Comedy ‘Iolanthe’ is Feb. 24-26

Politics and aristocracy meet the fairies of Fairyland in Gilbert and Sullivan’s hilarious comedy “Iolanthe” Feb. 24-26 in the Special Events Center.

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OSP Hosts NSF CAREER Award Session

The Office of Sponsored Programs invites the campus community to attend a Feb. 17 discussion on the NSF Early Faculty Career Development Program (NSF CAREER Award).

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Rodney Carrington Comes to Taco Bell Arena May 10; Tickets on Sale Feb. 17

Comedian Rodney Carrington will bring his “Laughter’s Good” tour to Taco Bell Arena at 7 p.m. May 10.

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Annual Professional Staff Basketball Shoot-off is Feb. 14

The Professional Staff Association is sponsoring its annual basketball free-throw contest from noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, in the Taco Bell Arena auxiliary gym.

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Roger Quarles, Bill Parrett, Kathleen Budge, Lisa Kinnaman and Kelly Cross

Roger Quarles, Bill Parrett, Kathleen Budge, Lisa Kinnaman and Kelly Cross, College of Education, were featured in an Idaho Statesman story about the statewide Leads Project aimed at improving Idaho schools.

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President Bob Kustra

President Bob Kustra was featured in an Idaho Statesman story by Dan Popkey about his unique perspective on ethics in politics.

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