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Max Veltman and Janet Willhaus

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Max Veltman and Janet Willhaus Associate Professor and Assistant Professor School of Nursing College of Health Sciences School of Nursing’s Max Veltman, associate professor, and Janet Willhaus, assistant professor and Healthcare Simulation Certificate facilitator, are celebrating the publication of the …

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Campus Community Mourns Passing of Ronald J. O’Reilly

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences mourns Ronald J. O’Reilly, who recently passed away at the age of 85. A memorial service for O’Reilly will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, in the McCleary …

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U.S. News Names Boise State One of the Nation’s Tops for Innovation

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Boise State joins fellow western universities including Stanford, Cal Tech, University of Washington and UCLA on this year’s list.

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President Schimpf Names Alicia Estey Chief of Staff and Chief Compliance Officer

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Schimpf said it was essential to house these key oversight functions at the highest level at the university to ensure they are perceived and operated as the top priorities they are. 

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Physics Department Kicks Off PonyUp Fundraiser to Buy a Planetarium

  The Department of Physics has begun a new 30-day fundraiser through PonyUp, the university’s online donation platform. The campaign will run from Oct. 5 to Nov. 4. Brian Jackson, an assistant professor of physics, and research assistant Wesley Sandidge …

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Boise State Hosts Annual Western States Conference on Suicide Oct. 22-23

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The College of Health Sciences is partnering with the Western States Conference on Suicide (WSCOS) to host the fourth annual conference from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Jordan Ballroom of Boise State University’s Student Union Building Oct. 22 …

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Boise State MFA Student Sells Second Novel to Simon and Schuster

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Mary Pauline Lowry, a third-year fiction writing student in Boise State University’s Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing program, recently sold her novel, “The Roxy Letters” to Simon & Schuster. Publication is set for the summer of 2020. …

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Early Voting on Campus Oct. 23

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Ada County will offer Boise State’s students and staff who reside in Ada County the opportunity to vote early for the Midterm Election on Oct. 23. A mobile voting trailer will be on campus from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on the …

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Interdisciplinary Team Lands Grant to Create Graduate Mentorship Program

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Graduate students will serve as disciplinary experts as they teach elementary teacher candidates specific science topics.

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JCPenney Suit Up Night Oct. 7

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Boise State has teamed up with JCPenney to provide an opportunity for you to shop for career attire at an affordable price. From 6:30-9 p.m. Oct. 7, JCPenney in the Boise Towne Square Mall will open exclusively for Boise State …

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FEMA, FCC to Test Emergency System Oct. 3

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will conduct a nationwide Integrated Public Alert and Warning System test on Wednesday, Oct. 3, of both the Wireless Emergency Alerts and the Emergency Alert System. The first …

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Talkin’ Broncos Start Their Season With a Big Win in Twin Falls

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The Pi Kappa Delta national championship speech and debate team started their 2018-2019 season with their sixth consecutive tournament championship at the Fran Tanner Invitational hosted by the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Sept. 28-29. The Boise State …

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