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Boise State Researchers Work to Make Humans Friends — Not Foes — of Migratory Curlews

Curlew in flight

It’s fair to say the season has been bittersweet for the researchers at Boise State’s Intermountain Bird Observatory who study the long-billed curlew.

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University Drive Reopens to Through Traffic

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University Drive has been reopened for through traffic. A water line on Sunday evening, causing immediate flooding of nearby roadways and parking lots. Following the flooding, a sinkhole formed, causing damage to the roadway and it was closed for repairs. …

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Boise State’s Digital Campus Read Offers Broad Perspectives

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For several years, Boise State has embraced the “Campus Read” as a way to introduce important authors and their works to incoming students, and to encourage students to read beyond textbooks.

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Susan Esp Chosen as Fulbright Specialist in Malaysia

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By Maxine Durand  They say travel is good for the soul, but cross-cultural exchange also can be beneficial for public health. Susan Esp, an associate professor with the School of Social Work, has been selected to be a Fulbright specialist …

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MING Studios Exhibition Features Several Artists From Boise State

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The third annual “Holding What Can’t Be Held” exhibition opens at MING Studios, 420 S. 6th St. on Aug. 9. The exhibition features the work of 10 artists, including Caroline Earley, Kirsten Furlong and Kate Walker from Boise State as …

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Lauren Oe

Lauren Oe, dean of students

Lauren Oe Associate Dean of Students Chair, CARE team Lauren Oe received a three-year, $304,000 grant to implement a comprehensive campus suicide prevention program at Boise State. The grant is funded through the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act within the …

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‘Getting Ready for the Semester’ Workshops

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The Learning Technology Solutions (LTS) team knows many faculty have beginning-of-the-semester questions about Blackboard, iClicker, TechSmith Relay, and other teaching and learning technologies. To assist, LTS is offering a series of “Getting Ready for the Semester” workshops scheduled Aug. 17-Sept. …

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‘It’s Not Too Late’: Bronco ReConnect is Helping More Broncos Earn Their Degrees

Passport to Education launch on campus.

Even as Boise State prepares to welcome a new class of freshmen to campus this fall, the university is reaching out to support former students who haven’t yet finished their degrees.

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Harold Blackman to Serve as Interim Vice President for Research

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Harold Blackman has been named interim vice president for research and economic development at Boise State. Blackman replaces Mark Rudin, who is leaving Boise State to be president at Texas A&M University-Commerce. In addition to his role as associate vice …

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Boise State Debuts New .EDU Homepage

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Boise State University has reimagined our web presence from the ground up — from a fresh new look that captures the boldness and energy of Boise State, to an infrastructure that provides a solid, yet flexible foundation that prepares us …

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Celebrate Juni Eichelberger, Diana ‘Dee’ Tracy’s Retirement

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Celebrate two of Health Services’ finest — Juni Eichelberger and Diana “Dee” Tracy — at their retirement breakfast. The celebration is from 8-9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, in the Health Services lobby, second floor of the Norco building. Eichelberger has …

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New Assistant Provost to Take on Academic Leadership, Faculty Affairs

Michelle Payne

The provost’s office welcomes Michelle Payne as the new assistant provost for academic leadership and faculty affairs, effective July 1. She will be responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of programs and services related to academic leadership development, faculty …

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