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IDoCode Leads to Huge Jump in High School Computer Scientists

High school students at a computer.

IDoCode trains teachers to offer high-quality computer science instruction and is critical in expanding access to computer science before college.

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Scholarship Open House Monday, Feb. 6

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Know any students still looking for scholarships? Bronco Money Matters has partnered with our academic colleges to host five scholarship open houses this winter. These events invite students to drop by to search and apply for scholarships with some guidance …

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Schedule a Free Health Screening on Campus Feb. 7-10

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When life gets busy, it’s not always easy to schedule an annual wellness screening with your medical provider. As a part of BroncoFit, Boise State is bringing wellness screenings to you. Preventative Health will host health screening clinics on campus …

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State Emergency Communications Team Visits Boise State

Several members of the Idaho Public Information Emergency Response (PIER) team visited the Boise State campus recently for a presentation on the university’s emergency operations plan. Rob Littrell, Boise State emergency planning manager, presented an overview of the plan, which …

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Alumna, Leading State Voice for Human Rights, Passes Away

Marilyn Shuler receives her honorary doctorate

Marilyn Shuler was a longtime director of the Idaho Human Rights Commission and a humble voice of Idaho’s conscience.

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Explore Magazine Looks at K-12 Education Research

Stories in this issue of Boise State’s research magazine focus on how the university is helping to improve K-12 education in Idaho and beyond.

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Support Broncos Across Campus with New PonyUp Campaigns

PonyUp, Boise State University’s crowdfunding platform for projects and programs across campus, has rolled out some new campaigns. Support Your Sidelines 2017 aims to send Boise State’s winning Spirit Squad  to Anaheim, California, where the cheer team took first place last year in …

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Promote Your Department During Bronco Day April 8

Pitured is the steel B sculpture at Boise State University

Bronco Day is coming up on Saturday, April 8, and the opportunity to promote your department with new and returning students and their families is incredibly important. The Office of Trademark Licensing and Enforcement is here to assist you in …

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College of Education Accredited Under New, More Rigorous Standards

A COED student works with elementary school students.

The Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation standards were developed in 2013 to unite accreditation across the country.

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Award Winners Announced at Inaugural Process Improvement Symposium

Buster Bronco mascot in front of fans.

On Jan. 26, 155 Boise State University staff and faculty representing 40 departments across campus attended the inaugural Process Improvement Symposium. The spirit of the event was celebratory with a keynote address from Gordon Jones, dean of the College of Innovation …

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Refugees and the Executive Order: Q&A With Resettlement Directors Feb. 3

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Faculty, staff, and students with questions about our refugee community and the changes brought by the recent executive order are invited to a forum at noon Friday, Feb. 3, in ILC 313.  Panelists from the Idaho Office of Refugees, Agency for New …

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Q and A on the 2017 President’s Writing Awards

Submissions are now open for the 35th annual President’s Writing Awards, an opportunity for Boise State undergraduate students to submit their writing for university recognition and reward. This annual contest is open to writing from Boise State University undergraduate students …

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