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$1 Million in Grants Allow Boise State Researchers to Manufacture Flexible Sensors

David Estrada and Harish Subbaraman were awarded two national grants related to additive manufacturing for extreme environments – including nuclear reactors and space.

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Unhealthy Air Quality Advisory Across Idaho

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The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a RED/unhealthy air quality advisory (AQI) due to elevated pollutant levels consisting mainly of smoke particles. Smoke impacts from wildfires have prompted the DEQ to issue a statewide air quality advisory in effect through 10 …

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Boise State’s New Institutional Spot Makes National Debut

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What are you doing today? That’s the question posed in the new Boise State University institutional message.

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Calling All Mentors

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Are you looking for an opportunity to mentor or might know someone who should? This year’s Shared Leadership program is seeking individuals who are seeking a mutually beneficial opportunity. Benefits of becoming a Shared Leadership Mentor are insurmountable. You’ll be working one-on-one …

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Boise State Hosts Taiwanese Commercial Delegation

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Boise State University hosted a delegation of 25 Taiwanese representatives of educational and manufacturing institutions led by the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Taiwan, on Aug. 30. The commercial delegation visited campus with the goal to …

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Take the Fitness Challenge to Improve Your Health

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Students in the Department of Kinesiology invite you to participate in the 10-week challenge to improve your health and fitness. The 10-week challenge is a friendly competition between Boise State employees to see who can improve their health and fitness …

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President Kustra to Moderate Politics of Protected Areas Forum

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“The Politics of Protected Areas: National Parks, Monuments, and Wilderness,” will focus on the politics of monuments such as Craters of the Moon and Bears Ears.

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Digital Ecosystems Conference 2017 is Nov. 3

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Boise State’s Learning Technology Solutions team presents the Digital Ecosystems Conference 2017 (DigEco 2017) on Nov. 3. Designed to inspire conversations about the opportunities digital tools provide our state, DigEco 2017 explores the innovative work within Idaho’s academic community and …

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Recycle Your Eclipse Glasses with Astronomers Without Borders

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Astronomers Without Borders currently is collecting gently used eclipse glasses to redistribute across South America and Asia for the 2019 total solar eclipse. The eclipse glasses will be used to aid STEM education in schools that can’t afford to provide glasses for their …

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Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic is Aug. 30-Sept. 3

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The Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic will take place Aug. 30-Sept. 3 in Ann Morrison Park, and Boise State University is prepared to lend a hand with the celebration. It is not anticipated balloons will be landing on campus. However, …

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Learn About Martian Dust Devils at Sept. 1 Astronomy Event

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Dust devils occur all over the red planet. They’ve been observed from space and from spacecraft on the the planet’s surface. While martian dust devils may present a hazard to the possible exploration of the planet, they also have lengthened …

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Jude Garzolini Honored by Society of Women Engineers

Engineer and former Boise State University project manager Jude Garzolini has been honored by the prestigious Society of Women Engineers (SWE) for her broad contributions to the field of engineering – and specifically, her successful efforts to increase enrollment in Boise …

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