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Duo Awarded Federal Grant to Improve Nanomaterial Printing Processes

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As additive manufacturing is gaining popularity, more people are using some form of printing to manufacture electronics, sensors and more that can be used in everyday items. The technical plans and precision that go into programming and fabricating such everyday …

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Upcoming Workshop Will Revel in Boise’s Gothic Underbelly

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These days, the Boise ethos tends towards the upbeat and sporty. The city is famous for its safe spaces to walk and recreate, and a calendar that teems with family activities and wholesome community events. But was the City of …

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Project Launched Nov. 13 Will Upgrade Boise State’s HR Systems

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More than 100 representatives from all Boise State colleges attended the Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud Project kickoff event on Nov. 13 at the Alumni and Friends Center. Representatives from Baker Tilly also attended the kickoff presentation. Baker Tilly is …

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Honors Class Makes Arts and Crafts a Political Act

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Julianne Wenner got a dream opportunity not long after the 2016 presidential election: to devise a seminar for the Honors College on any topic she wanted. Professor Shelton Woods helped with the brainstorming by asking Wenner a key question: if …

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Nominations for Process Improvement Awards Due by Dec. 21

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The 2019 Process Improvement Symposium will give employees the opportunity to celebrate individuals and teams who challenge assumptions, seek to solve problems and strive to make their workplace better every day. Boise State employees – including faculty, staff and student workers …

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Kris Collins Named Interim Associate Vice President of Enrollment Services

Kris Collins will serve as interim associate vice president of Boise State University’s Enrollment Services. Collins joined Boise State in the summer of 1996 and has assumed roles of increasing responsibility, most recently serving as registrar. Collins replaces Jim Anderson, who …

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University to Award Silver Medallion to A.J. Balukoff

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Boise State University will award a Silver Medallion, the university’s highest recognition of service, to A.J. Balukoff during the Dec. 15 winter commencement ceremony. Balukoff is a successful Boise businessman and certified public accountant. He co-founded the accounting firm Balukoff, …

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Attend the Annual Family Holiday Concert Dec. 7

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Join Boise State’s collection of talented musicians at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, for the annual Family Holiday Concert held in the Morrison Center Main Hall. The Family Holiday Concert is a yearly tradition for music lovers throughout the Treasure …

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Winter Clay and Fire Sale Will Benefit Ceramics Program

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The Winter Clay and Fire Sale will take place from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Dec. 8-10 in the Liberal Arts Building, Visual Arts Center Gallery. The sale is open to the public, and admission is free. Held each spring and fall …

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Merrick Family Gifts Respiratory Care With Endowed Professorship

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Boise State University’s third Respiratory Care Alumni and Friends Celebration, held in the Stueckle Sky Center in late October, provided alumni, donors, faculty and staff with an overview of the departments’ success over the year. It also was an opportunity …

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Grant Will Support Research to Curb Bone Loss in Astronauts

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During space flight, astronauts experience microgravity and weightlessness. This causes a loss of bone mass over time, limiting the potential for spaceflights of long duration. Now thanks to a new one-year, $45,000 grant, Xinzhu (Shin) Pu, an assistant research professor and …

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Calling All Student, Campus Artists/Makers: Three New Opportunities

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Fonda Portales, university art curator and collections manager, is announcing three new opportunities for creative students working in a variety of media: 1. The Department of Research and Economic Development is seeking student artwork that speaks to the process of …

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