Skip to Main Content

Update

Your source for campus news

Nancy Napier Receives Medal of Friendship from Vietnam

Nancy Napier receives Vietnam's Medal of Friendship

On Oct. 5, Boise State University Distinguished Professor Nancy Napier received Vietnam’s Medal of Friendship, the country’s highest medal awarded to foreigners who have made contributions to the country and helped build friendship between Vietnam and their countries. Napier began …

Read More - Nancy Napier Receives Medal of Friendship from Vietnam

Campus Clean-up Scheduled for Oct. 14

Students with trashbags

Boise State University’s Department of Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHSS) will host a campus clean-up event from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14. All campus community members are invited to participate. The event will begin at 9 a.m. in …

Read More - Campus Clean-up Scheduled for Oct. 14

New Academic Integrity Tutorial Video Available

Bronco sculpture covered in snow

The Office of the Dean of Students created a tutorial video to assist faculty in promoting academic integrity and responding to academic misconduct. The video discusses teaching strategies to encourage academic integrity, how to discuss academic integrity and concerns with students and …

Read More - New Academic Integrity Tutorial Video Available

Albertsons Library Launches Combating Misinformation Campaign

Picture of Eternal Winds sculpture

In an era of “fake news” and “alternative facts,” Albertsons Library is launching an information literacy campaign to encourage all members of the Boise State University community to carefully evaluate their sources of information — whether writing a paper, conducting research, or …

Read More - Albertsons Library Launches Combating Misinformation Campaign

Campus Community Mourns Passing of Connie Thorngren

Connie Thorngren

Connie Thorngren, the pioneer of competitive sports for women at Boise State and an advocate for health education, passed away recently at the age of 77. A memorial service for Thorngren will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, …

Read More - Campus Community Mourns Passing of Connie Thorngren

A Night with Refugee Storytellers Oct. 12

Administration building at dusk

Come learn about and celebrate the diversity of the Boise community through the power of refugee storytelling at “A Night with Refugee Storytellers,” from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, in the Bishop Barnwell Room. Individuals who came to Boise as refugees will …

Read More - A Night with Refugee Storytellers Oct. 12

Planning Assignments with Refugee Communities in Mind

Aerial photo of campus

Refugees, also known as “new Americans,” can teach us about the world, which is why last year more than 25 faculty members involved their students with refugee communities and resettlement agencies. Agencies appreciate the enthusiasm and interest in learning about …

Read More - Planning Assignments with Refugee Communities in Mind

Teach-Ins on ‘Living in Putin’s Land’ and ‘Russia Invades Our Voting Booths’

Chase Johnson, a research associate with the Frank Church Institute, will lead a teach-in titled “Living in Putin’s Land: The Wealthy, the Ignored and the Persecuted,” at noon Thursday, Oct. 12, in Albertsons Library, Room 201C. As American interest in …

Read More - Teach-Ins on ‘Living in Putin’s Land’ and ‘Russia Invades Our Voting Booths’

SouthFork Market Dedication Ceremony Oct. 24

Boise State B logo

Boise State’s newest dining option, SouthFork Market, will be a part of an Honors College and Sawtooth Hall dedication ceremony on Oct. 24 to celebrate the recent opening of the building. A soft-launch of SouthFork Market will begin Oct. 17, …

Read More - SouthFork Market Dedication Ceremony Oct. 24

Arts Lecture with Visiting Artist John Feodorov Oct. 11

Pitured is the steel B sculpture at Boise State University

Join visiting artist John Feodorov for a public talk “honoring the Indian style belief that every animal shares its spiritual powers with man” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11, in the Liberal Arts Building, Room 1o6. This talk is presented …

Read More - Arts Lecture with Visiting Artist John Feodorov Oct. 11

A Talk on Design Ethnography and Failed Cultural Change is Oct. 11

Portrait of the speaker

Boise State’s design ethnography program welcomes guest speaker Elizabeth K. Briody, founder and principal of Cultural Keys, LLC, for a 10 a.m. presentation Oct. 11 in the College of Innovation and Design. Briody will present, “The Implementation that Never Happened: …

Read More - A Talk on Design Ethnography and Failed Cultural Change is Oct. 11

Oct. 11, 13: Seminars on Printable Electronics, Nanoelectronics and Nonconventional 2D Devices

B sculpture at night

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Seminar 10:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11 Engineering Building, room 103 Join guest speaker Meyya Meyyapan, a chief scientist for exploration technology at the NASA Ames Research Center, for his presentation, “Printable Electronics and Nanoelectronics Research …

Read More - Oct. 11, 13: Seminars on Printable Electronics, Nanoelectronics and Nonconventional 2D Devices