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New Data Shows Broncos Work More than Other Students

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Institutional Research recently completed a data brief on the amount of time that first-year and senior students spend on four specific activities: working for pay, participating in co-curricular activities, caring for dependents and commuting. The analyses were based on data …

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HERC Fellowship Recipients Announced

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The Institute for STEM and Diversity Initiatives recently awarded six undergraduate fellowships funded by the Higher Education Research Council (HERC). Selected students will work with a faculty researcher on an eight-week research project. The goal of the HERC Fellowship is …

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Register Now to Rake Up Boise on Nov. 12

Rake Up Boise

The Professional Staff Association Volunteer Subcommittee is looking for people interested in forming a Rake Up Boise team for Saturday, Nov. 12. Rake Up Boise is an annual event that brings together community members to aid seniors and disabled neighbors …

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Who Gives to Blue, Orange and You? Amy Jauregui

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Meet Amy Jauregui. She’s a Boise State alumna and a lifelong member of the Boise community working as a senior business manager in Boise State’s Office of Student Affairs. Jauregui is one of Boise State’s faculty and staff philanthropists contributing …

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Boise State to Host Live Webcast Discussion with Henry Kissinger Oct. 18

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The campus community is invited to participate in the first ever Idaho China Town Hall, a joint event between the National Committee on U.S. China Relations and Boise State University.

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Master Of Athletic Leadership Program Doubles Size in Three Years

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The collaborative degree program combines the strengths of Boise State’s kinesiology and athletics departments.

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Final Student Debate Watch Party Oct. 19 in SUB

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The School of Public Service and the Political Science Association are hosting a watch party for students of all political stripes at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Students are encouraged to come watch this final presidential debate in a friendly …

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Talkin’ Broncos Win Portland Speech and Debate Invitational

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The Pi Kappa Delta National Championship Boise State Speech and Debate team continued their 2016-17 season with a dominating performance at the Steve Hunt Invitational in Portland, Oregon, Oct. 7-9. Thirty-nine teams representing many western states and Texas competed in the …

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Research Could Open New Wave Bands for Wireless Communications

Hani Mehrpouyan in his lab.

Wireless communication systems are in increasingly high demand, leading to a need for new wave bands.

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Dive into Vertically Integrated Projects at Oct. 18 Bronco Zone Discussion

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The campus community is invited to join Steve Swanson, Julia Oxford and some student researchers for a conversation about the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program during a free presentation at the Bronco Zone from 11:30 a.m.-noon on Tuesday, Oct. 18. …

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Association of Office Professionals Announces New Officers

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Boise State University Association of Office Professionals (AOP) has elected new officers for 2016-2017. The new officers are: President: Shelly Doty, associate academic program coordinator for Albertsons Library President-Elect: Rob Pangaro, management assistant for the College of Business and Economics …

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Annie Kerrick Named Associate General Counsel

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Annie Kerrick has been named associate general counsel for Boise State University after serving as the director of Title IX/ADA/504 compliance in the Office of Institutional Compliance and Ethics. As associate general counsel, Kerrick will broaden her scope of duties …

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