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Boise State Undergrad Named a Top 20 Aerospace Student

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Jenni Domanowski has been recognized with a 20 Twenties award by Aviation Week and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

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Save the Date for Research Computing Days Feb. 16-17

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Save the date for Research Computing Days Feb. 16-17, two days of presentations and workshops dealing with scientific computing. Events are from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. each day in the Student Union Building. Events include: Software Carpentry Courses in Unix Shell, Git, …

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Shared Leadership Now Accepting 2017-2019 Applicants

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The Shared Leadership program is accepting early applications for the 2017-19 program to commence fall 2017. Shared Leadership provides Boise State University faculty and staff with the information they need to become active participants in the university. By combining practical leadership tools …

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Three Boise State Teams to Compete for $1 Million Hult Prize

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Boise State teams will compete in Dubai, London and Shanghai.

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New Urban Studies Program Prepares Students to Contribute to Cities Great and Small

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The program received State Board approval on Dec. 15 and will officially launch this fall.

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Science Building Back Open After Chemical Explosion

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The Science Building is back open this morning after being evacuated and closed overnight. Nitric acid and isopropyl alcohol mixed and caused a small explosion under a chemical hood in the lab in Room 308. No one was seriously injured but …

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Classes Resume at 10 a.m. Thursday Morning

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Boise State classes will begin as scheduled starting at 10 a.m. this morning.

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Quick Survey Helps Students Assess Natural Hazard Awareness

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Students in assistant professor Brittany Brand’s geosciences class are conducting a research study to evaluate the public’s knowledge of, and level of preparedness for, local natural hazards. The class goal is for 500 individuals to complete the survey. “The more …

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Dueling Pianos at the SUB Jan. 26

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Need a night out? Students, faculty, staff and the community are invited to dinner, mocktails and a show at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 26, in the Student Union Simplot Ballroom. Killer Keyz by Dueling Pianos Anywhere is the top-rated dueling …

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Get a Free Scientific Computing Consultation and a Cookie

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Research Computing is offering a new service to campus departments with scientific computing problems. Coffee and Cookie Consults for Researchers brings the experts to your department for one-on-one chats on issues ranging from data formats and visualization software to programming and …

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Former Amazon Executive to Speak Jan. 27

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Tom Beckwith, a former worldwide vice president of services sales at Amazon.com, is coming to campus Jan. 27 to discuss his career and how Amazon.com went from a book store to the place to find, discover and buy anything on …

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Faculty Scholarships Available for Refugee Conference Feb. 6-7

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Faculty and staff interested in attending the Idaho Conference on Refugees Feb 6-7 at Boise State can access a scholarship through the Provost’s Office that covers half of the registration fee. The scholarship reduces the cost to attend from $100 …

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