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Morrison Center Named Cultural Ambassador for City of Boise

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As part of the recognition, the Morrison Center will act as one of Boise’s honorary representatives to the world.

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Free Speech at Boise State University

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Across the country, matters of free speech have taken the spotlight. In accordance with the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Boise State University recognizes and supports the rights of free expression and speech, and remains a place for the …

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Know a Worthy Candidate for an Honorary Doctorate?

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Honorary doctoral degrees are awarded by Boise State to recognize individuals of outstanding accomplishment in scholarship, creativity, public service, education or contributions to human welfare. Previous recipients include Michael Hoffman, former Governor Cecil Andrus, Steve Appleton, Ralph Peterson, Barbara Morgan, …

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Artist Zach Tate Visits Campus Oct. 5-6

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Zach Tate, a ceramics artist, is coming to Boise State University as a visiting artist. Tate will present a two-day workshop from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 5-6 in the Liberal Arts Building, Room 150. The workshop is funded through the Clay and …

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Arts and Humanities Institute 2017-18 Call for Proposals

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The Arts and Humanities Institute (AHI) is accepting grant applications from Boise State University faculty and staff for funding of projects in the arts and humanities. The limit to AHI participation will be $1,000, with a larger contribution possible in …

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Free Research Webcast for Faculty, Graduate Students Sept. 22

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The College of Business and Economics invites interested faculty and graduate students to the semester’s first live webcast at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 22, in the Micron Business and Economics Building’s Executive MBA Room 4100. The webcast features Jeff Edwards, a Belk …

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The Help Desk at The Zone: Everywhere You Need Us

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The Help Desk provides more than just technology support; they support the success of students, faculty and staff at Boise State every day. The Help Desk provides walk-in support, mobile device consultations, technology equipment checkout, printing, copying and computer stations …

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Upcoming Faculty Deadline to Order Clickers for Spring 2018

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Sunday, Oct. 15, is the deadline for faculty to notify the Bronco Shop if students are required to use physical, hand-held remote devices (“clickers”) for Spring 2018 classes. Faculty may visit https://www.boisestatebooks.com/faculty.asp to submit a clicker requirement. The BroncoShop also …

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Boise State, College of Idaho Researchers Awarded Grant to Create, Test New Giardia Drugs

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The microscopic parasite Giardia can be found within Idaho, every region of the U.S. and around the world.

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Photo of the Week — Sept. 19

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Lia Crumpton, a first-year student studying supply chain management, enjoys the 2017 Blue and Orange Splatter Party, hosted by the Student Involvement and Leadership Center. Blue and orange paint flies through the air at the annual event that kicks Bronco …

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Boise State is a Vital Economic Driver Across Idaho

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Idaho’s largest public university drove $667.2 million of the state’s economy in fiscal year 2015 and created 6,987 jobs across the state, according to a report being compiled in time for the legislative session by Tripp Umbach.

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Schedule a Session with TIAA Financial Investment

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TIAA Financial Investment representative Shane Roghaar will be on the Boise State campus Sept. 19-21 to meet with employees about investment options. You may schedule a one-on-one retirement investment counseling session with Roghaar by clicking on the registration link on …

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