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Cycle Learning Center Holiday Sale Dec. 4-14

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The Cycle Learning Center is offering 25 percent off on bikes, accessories and tune ups Dec. 4-14. Stop by and pick up gifts and stocking stuffers for yourself or the entire family. The Cycle Learning Center is a campus-based service …

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Idaho Students Invited to Apply For Entrepreneur Competition

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Student innovators and entrepreneurs at Idaho’s 22 colleges and universities are invited to apply for the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge, a statewide venture competition that will offer $100,000 in total seed fund prizes. The Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge was launched in 2014 …

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Bronco Shop to Run ‘Buster on a Shelf’ Promotion Dec. 11-23

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The Bronco Shop will run its annual “Buster on a Shelf” promotion Dec. 11-23, offering exciting holiday specials and gift ideas. Buster on a Shelf will feature one of Buster’s favorite holiday gift ideas each day. The promotion will take place …

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Reminders on Package Deliveries from Central Receiving

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Boise State Central Receiving is committed to delivering your department packages in a timely manner. Below are some tips to keep in mind during the holiday and winter seasons. Central Receiving will be closed for upcoming holidays, so plan accordingly …

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COBE to Recognize Pat Shannon, Susan Fry at Dec. 13 Retirement Reception

Portrait of Pat Shannon.

Shannon and Fry are retiring after a combined more than 60 years with Boise State University.

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College of Arts and Sciences Dean Tony Roark Named Interim Provost

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Roark will work alongside Provost Martin Schimpf until Schimpf returns to a faculty position on June 30, and then will continue in the provost role.

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Albertsons Library MakerLab Selected as Partner on National Grant

Photo of a MakerLab workshop.

After a rigorous selection process, Albertsons Library’s MakerLab has been selected from among the top makerspaces in the country to partner on an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant known as “Maker Competencies in the Undergraduate Curriculum.” Martin …

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Winter Gathering Raffle Winners Announced

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A number of campus community members landed prizes in this year’s holiday gathering raffles. Thanks to the prize donors, and congratulations to this year’s winners. Men’s basketball tickets, February 2018, men’s T-shirt, youth T-shirt — Halaulani Furniss, Educational Access Center …

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Clay and Fire Ceramics Sale is Dec. 9-11

Ceramic mugs.

The Clay and Fire ceramics sale will be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 9-11 in the Liberal Arts Building, Visual Arts Center Gallery (LART 170). Admission is free. Held each spring and fall semesters for about 40 years, the sale has become a tradition …

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Photo of the Week — Dec. 1

Photo of 2017 holiday tree lighting.

The annual tree-lighting ceremony on the Quad brought together students, faculty, staff and the campus community to kick off the holiday season Bronco style. Photo by Allison Corona

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Provost Who Led Record Doctoral and Online Growth to Return to Teaching and Research

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Martin Schimpf, provost and vice president for academic affairs, will step down as provost at Boise State University, effective June 30.

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Boise State Students Soar with NASA at the Johnson Space Center

A group of students and their fabricated device for NASA.

Boise State was chosen among eight universities nationally to participate in NASA’s new program.

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