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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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Researcher Lands NSF Award to Develop Electronics that Mimic the Brain

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By Jenn Ambrose The human brain can process vast amounts of real-world information using less energy than a typical light bulb. It also can learn new abstract concepts and readily adapt to changing environments and situations. Finding a way to …

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OrgSync Unavailable Friday, Aug. 10

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OrgSync will be temporarily unavailable at 9 a.m. Friday, Aug. 10, due to scheduled maintenance. The Office of Information Technology plans to improve single sign-on functionality during this time. For more information, please contact the Help Desk at (208) 426-4357, …

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Program Supports Faculty in Online Course Design and Teaching

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Accounting Information Systems (Accounting 350), Drugs and Crime (Criminal Justice 303), History of Twentieth Century European Art (ARTHIST 302), and The Psychology of Health (PSYC 331) are among the courses that faculty designed and developed for online delivery through Boise …

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College of Ed Doctoral Program Celebrates 25 Years

The doctoral program at Boise State was created in 1993 by the dean of the College of Education, Robert Barr, to fill a need for educators looking to advance their studies in the Treasure Valley.

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Idaho Small Business Development Center has New Leadership

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The Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC), headquartered at Boise State University, recently named a state director, an interim regional director, welcomed two new employees, and has announced the retirement of a lead consultant at one of its business accelerators. …

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Boise State Offers Deadline Extension for Wildland Firefighters

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With the 2018 escalating fire season in Idaho and the West, Boise State University is extending the deadlines for firefighters for admissions, registration, fee payment, housing check-in and dropping or adding a class. The university recognizes these students’ roles in …

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Max’s Minute: The Future of Technology in Higher Education, Part I

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Boise State University CIO Max Davis-Johnson talks about the future of technology in higher education in Part I of this multi-part video series. Davis-Johnson introduces us to the ways we can approach the future and how the Office of Information …

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Volunteer for Campus Move-in Day, Bronco Welcome

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Boise State University welcomes all students, faculty and staff back to campus for the start of the fall 2018 academic semester. This is an exciting time of the year as the community returns to campus to reconnect with friends and …

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