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Social Media 101 Brownbag Lunch Presentation Oct. 13

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Do you feel like you need to learn more about Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms available today? Join University Communications and Marketing and Advancement Communications at noon Friday, Oct. 13, at the Alumni and Friends Center ballroom for …

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Photo of the Week — Oct. 3

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Catch Mitchell Clement (left) as Lt. Osborne and Francisco Negron (right) as 2nd Lt. Raleigh in “Journey’s End,” on stage now until Oct. 8 in the Danny Peterson Theater. For more information, visit Boise State’s Theatre Arts Department website. Photo …

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$1.5 Million Grant Will Bolster Underrepresented Student Populations in Biomedical Sciences

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An intercollegiate team led by Boise State University has been awarded the NIH grant.

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Help Fund Scholarships with ‘Take Your Metal to Work Day’ Oct. 13

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Boise State University will be hosting “Take Your Metal to Work Day” to collect metal for recycling and help raise money for scholarships. A metal drop-off point will be placed on the lot to the west of 1129 S. Euclid …

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Broken Water Line Closes Part of University Drive Tuesday

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UPDATED at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, with good news: Road and water crews finished work and repaired the road. It reopened Wednesday evening. A water line under University Drive near the Student Union Building broke Monday evening and forced …

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Students Awarded Prestigious Idaho National Lab Fellowships

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Boise State University doctoral students Kiyo Fujimoto and Rahul Reddy Kancharla are 2 of only 11 students selected to participate in a new competitive graduate program.

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‘There’s No Press Like Home,’ an Exhibition of Printmakers Oct. 1-Nov. 5

On Oct. 1, the Student Union Fine Arts and Trueblood galleries will premier “There’s No Press Like Home,” an exhibition of alumnus printmakers curated by art professor Jill AnnieMargaret. A reception celebrating the exhibit’s opening will be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, …

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Boise State Public Radio Celebrates 40 Years on Air

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Boise State Public Radio (BSPR) is celebrating 40 years on the air this year. BSPR is southern and central Idaho’s nonprofit, listener-supported NPR member station, reaching the region’s metropolitan and rural areas from broadcast stations across 18 locations. Tom Michael, the …

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Schedule a Wellness Screening Oct. 24-27

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When life gets busy, it’s not always easy to schedule an annual wellness screening with your medical provider. As a part of BroncoFit, Boise State is bringing wellness screenings to you. Preventative Health will host health screening clinics on campus …

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Open House for New City Center Bronco Shop Oct. 5

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The newly opened Bronco Shop at City Center in downtown Boise will host an open house event from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5. The shop is located at 777 W. Main St., Suite 160. Bronco fans are invited to join in …

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Attend a Graduate Defense

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Kelli Rich When: 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 9 Where: Education Building, Wallace Conference Room Title: Conceptual Understandings of Equivalence Program: Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction Abstract:  Spatial reasoning and relational thinking are important components to mathematical competency. Traditional …

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Mobile Mammography Bus on Campus Oct. 13

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As a part of Bronco Fit, the St. ​Alphonsus Mobile Mammography bus will be parked on campus from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13, on Bronco Lane near the Student Union Building.​ An annual mammography is recommended starting ​between ages 40 and 50. To schedule an …

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