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College of Arts and Sciences Hosts Retirement Celebration for Evelyn Redshaw

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The College of Arts and Sciences (COAS) invites the campus community to celebrate the retirement of Evelyn Redshaw, senior business manager, from 2-4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 14, in the Lookout Room of the Student Union Building. Interim Dean Leslie …

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Meet Commencement Speaker Ashley Potzernitz

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Potzernitz took her father’s words to heart and grew them into her own collegiate philosophy: “Don’t waste your time here.”

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eCampus Development Classes for Faculty Interested in Online Teaching

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Available through the eCampus Center each semester, the e-campus Quality Instruction Program (eQIP) helps faculty design and develop courses for online learning. Forty-six faculty members participated in the program during fall 2018; the program now has space available in the …

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New Grad School Prep Course for Underrepresented Students

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A new graduate school preparation course geared towards underrepresented and minority students will be offered during the spring semester. Boise State faculty and staff who work with students from diverse and underrepresented populations are encouraged to inform such students about …

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Boise State Geochemist Matt Kohn Receives Prestigious Medal

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The international award, given by the Mineralogical Society of America, recognizes an outstanding scientist each year for his or her original research in mineralogical sciences.

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Year-End Reminder from the Idaho College Savings Program

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The Idaho College Savings Program (IDEAL), offered through the State of Idaho, provides families with an affordable way to save for college. Boise State employees will need to open an IDEAL account or update their existing account by Dec. 19, …

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New IRS limits for Supplementary Retirement Plans in 2019

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The IRS maximum annual contribution limit for supplemental retirement plans (403(b), 457(b) and 401(k)) will increase beginning Jan. 1, 2019. All faculty and staff, even those who are not eligible for full benefits (medical, dental, etc.), are able to participate …

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Prominent Writer on Social Inequalities To Speak on Campus

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Tim Wise, one of the nation’s most prominent anti-racist writers and educators, will will speak on campus from 9-11 a.m. on Jan. 8 in the Simplot Ballroom in the Student Union Building (SUB). Sign in begins at 8:30 a.m. Wise’s …

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Full Broncos Holiday Meal Project Aims to Alleviate Student Food Insecurity on Boise State Campus

Until Dec. 14, Boise State University students with meal plans can support fellow Broncos by donating one unused guest meal swipe to provide a meal for a student in need as part of the Full Broncos Holiday Meal Project, sponsored …

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Scheduled Water Outages, Construction Will Affect Campus Over Winter Break

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SUEZ Water will continue replacing the waterline along University Drive beginning Dec. 12. Work will continue throughout winter break, with completion of the project expected before classes resume. See below for a list of key dates and activities that may …

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College of Business and Economics Ranked Ninth in Nation for Online MBA Program

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The College of Business and Economics (COBE) at Boise State University received national accolades in the latest BusinessStudent.com report. In its 2019 Choice Online MBA Programs list, the publication ranked COBE’s online MBA program ninth in the nation and the …

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Pesky Awards Will Honor Four K-12 Teachers During Winter Commencement

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Each year, Boise State’s College of Education join Alan and Wendy Pesky, founders of the Lee Pesky Learning Center, in honoring outstanding and inspirational K-12 teachers in Idaho. Graduating seniors in the College of Education nominate teachers for the award. …

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