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Attend a Graduate Defense

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The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defenses: Christopher Felt When: 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 1 Where: Engineering Building, Room 314 Title: Modeling the Drivers of Land Use Change in Ada County and Canyon County, Idaho Using a …

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Boise State, Idaho Power Launch High-Performance Computing Center

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Any researcher on campus can submit a request to use it – in fact, multiple researchers can use it at once.

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English Department Reimagines Computer Labs as Active Learning Spaces

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There is a format to most computer labs: a podium, projector and white board at the front of the room, facing rows of long desks lined with 25 or so desktop computers. While this layout is entirely functional, last year …

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March 8 Art Exhibit Focuses on Stories, Portraits of Basque Immigrant Women

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On March 8, the Student Union Building Fine Arts Gallery will present the new exhibit Inner Strength: Portraits of Basque Immigrant Women, featuring the photographic work of Peter Oberlindacher and the ethnographic research of Begoña Pecharroman. A free, public reception …

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Stargazing Party Looks at Extrasolar Planets March 3

Join the Boise State Department of Physics for a public stargazing party at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 3. The evening includes a lecture on extrasolar planets and what we can learn from them, presented by Kaloyan Penev of Princeton University. …

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Recruiting Adults 50+ for Free Strength, Balance Class

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The Department of Kinesiology is recruiting adults over the age of 50 and individuals who have functional limitations for a free eight-week strength, function and balance class. The goal of this class is to improve participants’ physical function and is …

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Graduate College Celebrates Research with Two April Events

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The Graduate College is excited to host two events during the month of April celebrating student scholarship at Boise State University. Applications for both programs are due on Wednesday, March 1. For questions, contact Katie Stone at katiemstone@boisestate.edu or call …

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Two Boise State Engineering Faculty Earn CAREER Awards

Eric Jankowski and Janliang Zhang

Eric Jankowski and Yanliang Zhang, have earned prestigious National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Awards.

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Photo of the Week – Feb. 24

Sheenah Bryant receives her white coat from Daniel Fologea at the 2017 White Coat Ceremony.

Sheenah Bryant receives her white coat from physics professor Daniel Fologea at the 2017 White Coat Ceremony. At the event, 13 Boise State biomolecular sciences Ph.D. students were recognized for their successful completion of qualifying exams and admission as Ph.D. candidates …

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Boise State Distinguished Lecture Series Presents Author Sarah Lewis

Lewis will discuss “Vision and Justice: How Artists Continue to Reshape Our World” at the free lecture on April 17.

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Three Boise State Faculty Named 2017 Foundation Scholars

Don Warner, Lisa Brady and Rick Ubic

Don Warner, Lisa Brady and Rick Ubic have been selected as 2017 Boise State University Foundation Scholars.

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Researchers Invited to Coffee and Donuts March 2

Coffee and Donuts for Researchers returns from 9-11 a.m. Thursday, March 2, in Albertsons Library Room 201C (near the College of Innovation and Design). This month focuses on GIS Tools for Research. Spatial data are permeating many areas of research. Join …

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