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Parking Rates for 2018-2019 Academic Year

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Boise State University’s Department of Public Safety parking permit rates will increase minimally for the 2018-2019 academic year. Rate changes are listed in the tables below and the parking website has been updated with the new parking rates. The rate …

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Cycle Learning Center Offers Tune Up, Bike Discounts May 29-June 1

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The Cycle Learning Center is holding a sale May 29-June 1 to thank the campus community for its support in helping the center become a nationally-recognized Bicycle Friendly Business. The bike shop is one of only 43 platinum level award recipients …

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Try the New Gmail at Boise State

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Boise State students, faculty and staff can try out the latest version of Gmail by selecting Settings > Try the new Boise State University -Apps for Employees Email (or Boise State University BroncoMail Mail if you’re a student) at top-right within …

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Center for Teaching and Learning Hosts Annual Course Design Institutes

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The Center for Teaching and Learning hosted its annual Course Design Institutes May 14-18. A total of 52 faculty participated, 32 from the 1.0 cohort and 20 from 2.0, representing every college on campus. The departments of Computer Science; Social …

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Geosciences Outreach Includes a Memorable Trip to a Marsing STEAM Fair

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The visit helped build connections between the university and students at the rural school, many of whom come from economically challenged homes, or homes where parents haven’t gone to college.

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Save the Date for 2018 Parent and Family Weekend

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Boise State University invites all Bronco families to campus each fall for Parent and Family Weekend, a time of tradition and festivities. This year’s dates are Oct. 5-7. Parents and families can expect a variety of family friendly events, discounts from …

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Boise State’s Magic Valley Graduates Celebrate Commencement in Twin Falls

Twin Falls graduation, May 9.

Boise State awarded 48 undergraduate and 17 graduate degrees.

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Photo of the Week — May 17

Cooper Lyons

Cooper Lyons, a recent Boise State University graduate with a bachelor of science in psychology and an associate degree in criminal justice, has logged an impressive record of school spirit over the past four years as Buster Bronco. See his …

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State Board Extends Search for Boise State University President

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The Board will next work to identify and appoint an interim president, while it continues the search.

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New Commissions to Remember an Idaho Governor and More for Sculptor Benjamin Victor

Ben Victor studio

He partnered with the Boise Department of Parks and Recreation and the Boise Department of Arts and History to create a tribute to one of Idaho’s most iconic figures, the late Gov. Cecil Andrus.

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Flamenco Jazz Pianist To Kick Off Boise Jazz Society’s 2018-2019 Season

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The Boise Jazz Society will present Spanish jazz pianist Chano Dominquez and his ensemble, Flamenco Sketches, in concert from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 6, at Chateau des Fleurs in Eagle. Dominguez’s talents have been lauded for their integration of jazz …

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Kathleen Araújo Named New Energy Policy Institute Director

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Kathleen Araújo has been named the director of the Energy Policy Institute (EPI), which consists of more than 50 core staff, educators and affiliate professional researchers from the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) and around the globe. Araújo will …

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