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Boise State to Pioneer Monthly Subscription-Based College Degree Program

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Boise State University and inaugural partner CapEd Credit Union are rolling out a unique program that will enable more than 75,000 Idaho-based credit union members to pay a monthly subscription rate for online college courses, allowing them to earn a …

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Student Sponsorships Available for Women and Leadership Conference

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The Andrus Center is reserving 25 tickets to the Women and Leadership Conference for Boise State students. Faculty, staff and departments are now able to sponsor a student to attend for $50. Regular ticket prices for the two-day event, which …

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Staff and Faculty Invited to Summer Book Club

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The Gender Equity Center and the Center for Teaching and Learning invite staff and faculty to participate in a summer book club. Full participation in this book club counts for two opportunities toward the BUILD certificate program.  The book club …

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Save the Date for Success through Access Conference

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Boise State’s Educational Access Center and the Office of Information Technology are hosting a the inaugural Success through Access Conference this fall. Anyone with an interest in accessibility, student success, or universal design is invited to attend the free conference …

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New Study Shows Human Activity Creates a More Nocturnal Animal World

New Study Shows Human Activity Creates a More Nocturnal Animal World

The joint study was conducted by researchers at Boise State University and the University of California, Berkley, and published in the journal, Science.

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Retirement Reception for Kim Asbury is June 27

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The campus community is invited to help celebrate the retirement of Kim Asbury, scheduling coordinator in the Office of the Registrar, at a reception from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 27. in the Ah Fong and Alexander rooms in the Student …

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New Features in G Suite at Boise State University

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Google recently added several new features and made improvements to G Suite. Some of the highlights include: Know when everyone has declined an event Did you schedule a meeting that has low attendance? Google Calendar will let you know if …

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Process Improvement Lunch and Learn on June 28

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Please bring your lunch and join in on three presentations from the 2018 Process Improvement winners. The Process Improvement Lunch and Learn will be held from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, June 28, in the Jordan Ballroom C in the Student Union …

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‘Better Call Saul’ Screenwriter Teaches Boise State Summer Class for Aspiring Television Writers

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Graduate Student Earns National Grant to Present Research on New Hydration Sensor Material

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The grant, funded by the National Science Foundation, was one of 11 nationally awarded to graduate students.

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Photo of the Week — June 6

Geology students do research in Hells Canyon

Geosciences students Jaron Hathaway, John Paustin and Dominic Wargo explore the geology of Hells Canyon as part of their capstone GEOS 482 Geology Field Camp class this summer. They are collecting and analyzing data as well as utilizing topographic maps …

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Retirement Celebration for Katie Sewell is June 21

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Katie Sewell is retiring as state director of the Idaho Small Business and Development Center (SBDC), which is housed in the College of Business and Economics. Sewell joined the Idaho SBDC as the deputy director in 1999 and was named …

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