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Annual Emergency Evacuation Drills Scheduled on Campus

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Boise State’s Environmental Health Safety and Sustainability team has begun annual emergency evacuation drills. Drills will be conducted at 10:20 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays over an eight-week period. Disruptions to campus will be lessened by spreading …

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Athletic Training Program Transitions to Master’s Program

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By Samantha Maxey The State Board of Education, trustees for Boise State University, recently approved a master of athletic training program and a pre-athletic training emphasis in the bachelor of science in kinesiology program. The bachelor of science in athletic …

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Boise State Electrical Engineering Department Receives $1.1 Million to Enhance Aeronautical Communications

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Instances of air travel and air transport are expanding rapidly, as is unmanned aircraft system (UAS) use.

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‘Mis Raíces/My Roots,’ an Artist Lecture by Bobby Gaytan is Sept. 20

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Casita Nepantla cordially invites you to celebrate Latino heritage month by attending an art lecture by Latino artist Bobby Gaytan at 6 p.m. Sept. 20 in the Lookout Room of the Student Union Building. This event is free and open …

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OIT Shares Details of Equifax Data Breach

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Equifax recently announced a data breach impacting at least 143 million U.S. consumers. Criminals exploited a U.S. website application vulnerability to gain access to certain files. Based on the company’s investigation, the unauthorized access occurred from mid-May through July 2017. The …

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Do Some Paycheck Forensics Sept. 13

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If you’ve ever wondered what all those entries mean on the summary portion of your paycheck, this is your chance to discover what all the different deductions represent and how they affect you. Human Resource Services will host a training …

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Alexander Hamilton’s Constitution Topic of Sept. 20 Talk

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The School of Public Service is hosting a Constitution Day talk by professor Peter McNamara from Arizona State University at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20, in the Special Events Center. The event, titled “Alexander Hamilton’s Constitution, and Ours” will look …

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First Cohort of Nurse Practitioners All Pass Credentialing Exam

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Within six months of graduating with their masters of nursing, everyone in the first cohort of the Boise State School of Nursing’s adult gerontology nurse practitioner (AGNP) program have passed their credentialing exam. The national pass rate for the initial …

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Free Student Tickets for Boise Start Up Week Oct. 3-6

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Idaho’s largest entrepreneur-focused event, Boise Start Up Week, enters its second year with a fun packed five-day celebration of startup-related events hosted in the heart of the new downtown Boise State University campus. Events will take place at the Computer …

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Hemingway Center to Commemorate 100 Years After WWI

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Boise State University’s Hemingway Literary Center invites faculty, students, staff and the community to participate in Front, Homefront, and Aftermath: 100 Years After the ‘War to End All Wars.’ The program will include book discussions at the main public library …

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Eric Martin

Eric Martin Assistant Professor School of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Kinesiology College of Health Sciences Eric Martin has a research article in press in the Journal of High Ability Studies titled “Specialization and sport experience in collegiate Division I …

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Cynthia Curl

Cynthia Curl Assistant Professor School of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Community and Environmental Health College of Health Sciences Cynthia Curl is among a team of authors whose article has been selected by the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) …

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