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What to Know to Support Fellow Broncos During Ramadan

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Ramadan, which began on June 5, is the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar calendar. It is a month where all healthy adult Muslims across the globe observe 29 or 30 days of consecutive fasting based on the visual sighting …

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Photo of the Week – June 17

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Local elementary student Stephanie Liu assembles a LEGO EV3 Educator Vehicle during a robotics summer camp hosted by Young Baek and the Educational Technology Department, part of Boise State’s College of Education. Photo by Jessica Vargas

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Exhibit showcases Winning Images in CAES Science Art Competition

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Four Boise State projects will be displayed at the Center for Advanced Energy Studies gallery in Idaho Falls. They represent what the judges considered to be the university’s top four entries in the CAES ARTernative Energy Contest. The exhibit is …

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Catch Up with the Broncos Abroad

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Over the summer, International Learning Opportunities (ILO) offers Faculty International Development Award (FIDA) grants to Boise State faculty and staff that allows them to study abroad and participate in a “student study abroad experience” many never encountered as a student. You can …

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A Wearable Solution for Keeping Athletes Hydrated

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Doctoral student Twinkle Pandhi is working on a wearable biometric sensor to detect hydration in athletes.

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Attend an Open House for Harvard HBX CORe Program

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Boise State University and Harvard Business School are collaborating to provide the Harvard Business School Immersion program to students and non-students. An information session about the Harvard Credential of Readiness (HBX CORe) will be held from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, June …

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Programmer Andy Hunt to Speak June 23

Programmer-turned-consultant, author and publisher Andy Hunt will speak at Boise State on “GROWing Software and Skills” at noon Thursday, June 23, in Engineering Building Room 110. Hunt has authored award-winning and best-selling books like the seminal “The Pragmatic Programmer, the Agile …

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BroncoJobs Gets an Upgrade on July 1

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BroncoJobs is getting an upgrade. Beginning July 1, BroncoJobs will be more user and mobile friendly, utilizing new, cutting-edge technology powered by Handshake. The Career Center has created employer accounts for all departments and has emailed historical users of BroncoJobs …

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JAVA Summit on June 21 Focuses on Aging in Place

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The 2016 Justice Alliance for Vulnerable Adults (JAVA) Summit on Elder Abuse and Exploitation will be held from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on June 21 in the Boise State Student Union Building. The JAVA Summit is sponsored by the Center for …

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Terri Soelberg

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Terri Soelberg Director College of Health Sciences Office of Research College of Health Sciences Terri Soelberg, along with her colleagues, presented a poster at the 2016 International Conference of the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP) in Orlando, Florida, …

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Human Resources Retirement Seminar June 21

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Learn more about retirement options by attending  a seminar titled  New Fund Lineup – Investment Options, presented by VALIC Financial Advisors Inc. When: Tuesday, June 21 Session One: 10:30-11:30 a.m. Session Two: 12:30-1:30 p.m. Where: Farnsworth Room in the SUB …

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Chemistry Prof’s Seed Grant Explores Origins of Planet

Clues embedded in meteorites — bits of “failed planets” — may provide some answers to Earth’s origins.

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