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Mechanical Engineering Seminar on Passivity-Based Control and Robotics Sept. 15

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At noon on Friday, Sept. 15, join guest speaker Mark Spong for a discussion and historical account of the origins of passivity-based control with applications in robotics. The seminar will take place in MEC, Room 106. Spong is one of the …

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Boise State Ranked No. 3 College for Outdoor Adventurers

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Boise State University recently was ranked the No. 3 school in the nation for outdoor adventurers by College Magazine. The article quotes alumnus Sage Beilenberg, who said “living and going to school in Boise, there is never a shortage of …

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Photo of the Week — Sept. 13

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Mattie Danner, a senior studying visual art with an emphasis in photography, enjoys a warm September day on the Quad. Photo by Allison Corona

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Boise State Welcomes New Faculty, Staff to Campus

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This fall, Boise State has welcomed more than 50 new faculty and staff members.

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Hollywood Game Night Bosses Breakfast is Oct. 13

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The 2017 Boise State University Association of Office Professionals (BSUAOP) Bosses Breakfast will be held from 7:30-9 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 13, in the Jordan Ballroom. One hour of release time has been granted by President Kustra.  Andy Giacomazzi will …

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Center for Global Education Hosts Japanese Faculty, Students

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The Intensive English Program (IEP) in the Center for Global Education is pleased to host two faculty members and 17 undergraduate students from Hosei University in Japan. This marks the seventh year that the IEP has hosted the group and coordinated …

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Active Learning Week Through Nov. 3

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The Center for Teaching and Learning presents Active Learning Week from Oct. 30-Nov. 3. In order to demonstrate Boise State’s commitment to quality undergraduate education, all faculty are invited to join in a celebration of active learning pedagogies by incorporating …

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Coffee and Donuts for Graduate Researchers Sept. 14

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Graduate students are invited to join Albertsons Library, Research Computing, and the Graduate Student Association in a networking event focused on research support services. The coffee and donuts graduate researchers forum will focus on research services for graduate students including …

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Lecture on the History of Cycling Sept. 21

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Accompanying the Student Union Fine Arts Gallery’s student-curated exhibition, “Cycling Through: A Story of Community and Change,” George Knight will present his talk “Bikes Are the Answer: A Cyclorama of the First 200 Years” at 6 p.m. Sept. 21 in …

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Boise State Students Work to Create First Dark Sky Reserve in the U.S.

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A team of Boise State graduate students from the School of Public Service teamed up with the Idaho Conservation League to create and submit an application to establish the first dark sky reserve in the United States. A dark sky …

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Switch Up Your Commute for October’s ‘Ridetober’

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Have you ever bussed, biked, walked, carpooled or caught a shuttle to campus as part of your daily commute? If so, you’re not alone – Boise State has over 1,700 students and employees currently using the university’s RideShare Platform to …

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Boise State’s Tailgate Recycling Program Returns This Season

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Boise State University students, faculty, staff and fans are invited and encouraged to participate in this season’s tailgate recycling program supported by Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability. Tailgate recycling will occur for all home games beginning Thursday, Sept. 14. Students …

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