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From the Amazon, to Washington, D.C., to Boise State: A New Exhibition Opens

The Ese’Eja People of the Amazon: Connected by a Thread, will open Oct. 18 at the Ron and Linda Yanke Research Center gallery. It will give visitors an intimate look at the lives of one of the last indigenous tribes …

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Blackboard Is Moving to the Cloud

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Blackboard Learn will be unavailable Friday, Dec. 21 through Thursday, Dec. 27 for a scheduled upgrade. In an effort to reduce the complexity of Blackboard service management, this upgrade will move Boise State’s self-hosted instance of Blackboard to a Software …

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Free Geraniums for Boise State Faculty, Staff

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Landscapers will be removing the geraniums from the ‘B’ near the Student Union Building and tennis courts on Wednesday, Oct. 10. Faculty, staff and students who would like to try overwintering them are encouraged to bring a box or some type of …

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Research Compliance Updates: Biosafety, Animal Use, Drones in Research, Responsible Conduct of Research

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During two sessions in October, the Office of Research Compliance will provide updates on the biosafety committee and implementing a biosafety-focused lab visit program, the animal care committee and protocol tips, drones in research and Responsible Conduct of Research requirements. …

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Apply Now for Boise State’s Transformative Research Fellowship Program

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According to national trends, there exists a growing tension between productivity and innovation for university faculty, as more scholars shy away from pursuing transformative research questions in lieu of predictable outcomes that more reliably lead to career advancement. Will Hughes, …

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Alumni Association Honors Boise City Council with 2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards

This Homecoming celebration honors extraordinary alumni who exemplify the loyalty, passion and innovation of dedicated Broncos.

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Reserve Your Seat: Boise State Public Radio and HuffPost Host Conversation on Medicaid Expansion

Idahoans will make the decision in the upcoming Nov. 6 election whether or not to expand Medicaid in Idaho. The ballot initiative has attracted attention from local and national news outlets. Boise State Public Radio and HuffPost will cohost a …

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Network Maintenance Scheduled Sunday, October 14

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The Office of Information Technology will perform network maintenance 6-9 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 14. Campus network systems may be unavailable for brief periods of time during the maintenance period. For additional information, contact the Help Desk at (208) 426-4357 …

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Apply Now for the Human-Environment Systems Research Fellowship Program

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Faculty interested in research collaborations are invited to apply for the Human-Environment Systems Research Fellowship Program. The program is for Boise State faculty currently engaged in teaching-intensive workloads to participate in collaborative research in integrated social and biophysical sciences. Roughly four …

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Boise State Celebrates National Cyber Security Month

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Boise State University joins the nation in celebrating National Cyber Security Awareness Month in October. During the month, there is a nationwide effort to educate and engage public and private sector stakeholders, and the public, on cybersecurity issues through a …

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Support for Open Education Resources is Growing on Campus

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Boise State was the first public university in Idaho to join the Open Textbook Network, an international collective of more than 800 campuses that work together in support of open education in general and open education resources (OER) in particular …

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Cara Gallegos

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Cara Gallegos Assistant Professor School of Nursing College of Health Sciences Cara Gallegos and undergraduate nursing students Cat Ostrem, Sarah Lew, Taylor Beckman and Alanna Belz are celebrating the publication of their manuscript, “When Disaster Strikes: Are RNs Prepared for …

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