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Join in Active April Events Today

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Help the campus community welcome spring with Active April. The Boise State Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability Office, the Department of Public Safety, Bronco Fit, and the ACHD Commuter Ride program have teamed up to host a series of events …

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Boise State Breaks Ground on Micron Center for Materials Research

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Boise State University officially has begun construction on the $50 million Micron Center for Materials Research. Located at 1435 University Drive, adjacent to the Charles P. Ruch Engineering Building, the four-story, 85,000-square-foot world-class materials science research facility will provide more …

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Nominate Your Favorite Library Worker for Recognition During Library Week

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The country and the American Library Association will mark National Library Week, April 8-14. As part of the festivities, library users across the U.S. will be able to nominate their favorite librarians, library staffers, and others who support libraries for …

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Department of Art Hosts Retirement Celebration for Longtime Faculty Members

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The Department of Art will host a retirement celebration for John Francis, an associate professor of graphic design, and Richard Young, a professor of painting, from 4-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, in the Hemingway Gallery at the Visual Arts Center. …

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Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge Judge Pens Article Inspired by Visit to Boise State

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Perry Hewitt, senior advisor for engagement strategy at the Lincoln Center for the Arts in New York City, was among the judges who came to Boise State in March to judge the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge. Twenty-four student teams from across …

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New Activity Dashboard for Google Docs, Sheets and Slides

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Google has released a new Activity dashboard for G Suite (Google Apps) at Boise State. The Activity dashboard allows you to see who viewed shared Google Docs, Sheets or Slides files for which you have edit access, as well as …

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Willing to Brush Your Friend’s Hair for Science?

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Anthropologists have studied primates and their habits of “social grooming” – when one ape helps another ape clean or smooth its hair, for example — and noted many beneficial health effects. The interaction lowers primates’ blood pressure, heart rate and levels …

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Week of Boise State Presidential Candidate Visits Set by State Board

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The Idaho State Board of Education plans to bring the finalists in Boise State University’s presidential search to campus the week of April 23-27. The finalists have yet to be named, but the board and its appointed search committee wanted …

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Groundbreaking Ceremony Tuesday, April 3, for Micron Center for Materials Research

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Boise State University will celebrate the beginning of construction on the $50 million Micron Center for Materials Research with a groundbreaking ceremony at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 3. The Micron Technology Foundation Inc. pledged $25 million to help build the …

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Panel Discussion to Focus on Female Athletes at Boise State

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Boise State’s Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing will present The Wolves, a play by Sarah Delappe, opening April 5 and running through April 8. The play centers on a suburban girls’ indoor soccer team and the lives and …

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Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition opens April 6

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The graduating class of Boise State’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program invites the public to its spring 2018 exhibition. An opening reception takes place from 6-8 p.m. Friday, April 6, in the Visual Arts Center Galleries in the Liberal Arts …

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Tom Trusky Papers, a Vast and Diverse Research Collection, to Open in April

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Late professor, artist, collector, researcher Tom Trusky helped raise profiles of Castle, Shipman in Idaho and beyond.

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