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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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Gordon Jones, Venture College Headline Boise Startup Week Entrepreneurial Celebration

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Gordon Jones, founding dean of Boise State’s College of Innovation + Design (CI+D) and former managing director at the Harvard i-Lab, will provide unique insights about cultivating successful entrepreneurs and ecosystems in his Boise Start Up Week keynote address at noon …

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Free Strength, Function and Balance Class Returns Oct. 5

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If you are 50 years of age or older or have functional limitations and want to improve your physical function and reduce fall risk, the School of Allied Health Sciences’ Department of Kinesiology has a free exercise class for you. …

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Get Your Game On at the eSports Launch Party Oct. 3

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Boise State is launching an eSports program and will celebrate with a launch party from 7-10 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, in the Student Union Building Jordan Ballroom. The launch party is open to Boise State students, faculty, area high school …

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Micron Senior Fellow Gurtej Sandhu Earns Prestigious Engineering Award

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For the last 15 years, Sandhu has been a guiding force for Micron’s collaborative efforts with Boise State.

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Cycle Learning Center Offers Mountain Bike Monday Group Rides

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Boise State’s Cycle Learning Center (CLC) hosts Mountain Bike Mondays – free weekly group rides through the foothills. The two-hour rides are offered as mixed or women-only events. Rides begin at 5:30 p.m. each Monday. The group meets at the CLC …

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Campus Invited to Participate in Boise River Sweep on Sept. 29

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Members of the Boise State campus are invited to participate in a fall Boise River Sweep from 2-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29. Students, faculty and staff can join in to help clean up the river’s edge near campus as part …

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Teach-in on ‘History, Heritage or Propaganda: Should Confederate Monuments Come Down?’

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Adjunct faulty member Elizabeth Swearingen will present a teach-in titled “History, Heritage or Propaganda: Should Confederate Monuments Come Down?” from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, in Albertsons Library Room 201C. Why did Charlottesville’s confederate monuments, which had been of little …

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‘Idaho’ Author Emily Ruskovich Reading is Oct. 18

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The newest addition to the MFA program’s faculty, Ruskovich will read from her acclaimed debut novel, “Idaho.”

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Ramirez Offers Lecture on Scientific Discourse in Latina Modernist Literature

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Associate professor of English Dora Ramirez will present a lecture from her new book at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept 28, in the Student Diversity Center. Her lecture is titled  “‘A Gift from God’: Scientific Discourse in Latina Modernist Literature.” Of her latest …

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Idaho Policy Institute Helping Bring ‘Housing First’ to Boise

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New Path Community Housing broke ground on Sept. 20 as Idaho’s first “housing first” development and the School of Public Service’s Idaho Policy Institute, in an effort led by assistant director Vanessa Fry, is providing technical assistance to recommend goals …

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Alumna Earns NSF Research Fellowship to Study Mechanisms of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s

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Boise State University alumna Iva Stojkovska has been awarded a highly competitive graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The three-year research fellowship includes a $34,000 annual stipend and $12,000 education allotment. Stojkovska graduated from Boise State as a Top …

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