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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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2018 Scott Willison Memorial Scholarship Winners Named

Lizette Mendoza and Sarah Tanton

Over the course of two decades at Boise State, Willison left an incredible legacy for underserved students in the Treasure Valley and on campus.

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Farewell Reception for Mark Rudin is Thursday, Aug. 2

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The president’s office invites the campus community to a farewell reception honoring Mark Rudin, who has served as vice president for research and economic development at Boise State since 2007. Rudin has played a central role in developing Boise State’s …

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First Friday Astronomy Event Offers ‘Stellar Exotica’ and Free Stargazing

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Join the Boise State Physics Department at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3, in Room 112 of the Education Building for the department’s monthly First Friday lecture. Professor Mark Peacock of Michigan State University will describe many examples of “stellar exotica,” …

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Help Celebrate Janie McAndrew’s Retirement

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The Facilities Operations and Maintenance Department invites the campus community to help celebrate the retirement of Janie McAndrew at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3, on the second floor at the new Albertson’s patio, Beacon and Broadway. McAndrew has been an …

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Electronic Door Access Software System to be Replaced Campus Wide

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The Department of Public Safety, in partnership with Architecture and Engineering Services, Facilities Operations and Maintenance, Office of Information Technology and the Idaho Department of Public Works, has engaged in a project to replace the existing electronic door access software …

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State of the University, College Meetings Set for Aug. 14-17

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The annual address has moved to Tuesday this year so as not to conflict with the Idaho State Board of Education meeting on Wednesday-Thursday.

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Electrical and Computer Engineering Launches New Cyber-Physical Security Certificates

Digital board displaying cyber security attack

Most STEM majors easily can add these credentials to their undergraduate learning portfolio and graduate with the necessary “cyber awareness” to take on real-world challenges.

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New Memoir by Boise State MFA Grad Tells a Gripping True Crime Tale

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Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon and Schuster, will release the book on Aug. 14 and you can meet the author.

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Boise State Faculty, Local Teachers Land M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Grants

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Boise State University has been awarded $30,000 from M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust’s Partners in Science (Partners) program. The grants, at $15,000 each, will fund two different projects and give local high school teachers at Renaissance High School and Bishop Kelly …

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Boise State Dean Recognized for Campus Efforts to Transform Higher Education

Gordon Jones

Boise State is on the move, and the latest recognition of the university’s efforts to embrace the changing landscape of higher education comes from Silicon Valley-based Constellation Research. College of Innovation and Design Dean Gordon Jones has been named to …

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Mark Bannister Named Interim College of Business and Economics Dean

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Bannister currently serves as dean of the Robbins College of Business and Entrepreneurship at Fort Hays State University (FHSU), where he has led a rapidly growing college.

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