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First Friday Astronomy Lecture: Sand Dunes on Pluto

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Join Boise State Physics at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7, in the Science Building, Room 112 for the First Friday lecture series hosted by the Department of Physics. Professor Jani Radebaugh from Brigham Young University Geological Sciences will speak on …

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New Art Exhibition Has Deep Roots in Boise’s Historic Art World

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A new art exhibition, “Two Generations of Print Makers: Frederick Foster Brown and Gary Frederick Brown,” will hang in the Boise State Student Union Fine Arts Gallery through Sept. 23. The exhibition features work by two printmakers, not to mention …

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Free Health Screening Clinics on Campus

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As a part of BroncoFit, Preventative Health will host campus health screening clinics from 7:30-11 a.m. Sept. 5-7 and 18-21. Consider taking 20-30 minutes to check up on your health. Screenings are provided at no cost if you have verifiable insurance, and participation doesn’t prohibit …

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Micron Center for Materials Research Construction

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The City of Boise, in conjunction with the Micron Center for Materials Research project team, will undertake a project to relocate underground utilities on University Drive. The project will begin on Monday, Aug. 27, and continue through Thursday, Aug. 30. …

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New Campus Dining Plans, Tree City Smoothies and More

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Campus Dining Services is excited to announce new dining services for the 2018-2019 academic year. For a full view of all options, menus and hours. visit boisestate.campusdish.com. Buy a Value Meal Plan and get $25 in Flex freeValue Meal Plans …

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Bronco Zone Lunches — Now Accepting Fall 2018 Reservations

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Boise State University’s seasonal pop-up restaurant, featuring the talents of head chef Nathan Child, is now accepting reservations for select Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the fall 2018 semester. Opening Aug. 29, this season at the Bronco Zone brings fresh flavors, …

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Department of Energy Grants Will Support Geosciences Research, New Partnerships

The East River study site in the Colorado Rockies spans thousands of feet in elevation and includes shrub, forest and alpine ecosystems.

The grants will help Boise State join forces with researchers at other federal research facilities and universities addressing other facets of these scientific challenges.

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Boise State to Hold First Online Giving Day

We’re asking all Broncos and friends from all over the world to support an area of Boise State that is meaningful to them.

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Asia Global Biztech Program Wraps Up its First Summer in Taiwan

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An inaugural Boise State program in Asia celebrates a successful first year.

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New Parking Initiatives for Night and Weekend Classes 

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The Department of Public Safety is piloting an exciting new program for the 2018-2019 school year. After listening to their customers, they have identified the need for additional parking permit options for students enrolled in evening and weekend classes. Student …

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Not ‘in Boise State’s DNA to Sit Around,’ Interim President Says in Annual State of the University

Schimpf announced plans for a new teaching facility, lauded the launch of a new student-directed investment fund aimed to teach social-impact investing, and highlighted continued growth of Boise State’s online degree and certificate programs.

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Open House for Instructors Offers Fall Technology Assistance

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Learning Technology Solutions in the Office of Information Technology invites instructors to stop by their first annual Open House event, directly following the President’s address and campus picnic on Tuesday, Aug. 14. The event will be held 12:30–4:30 p.m. in …

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