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Summer Camps Planned for all Ages

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Summer is fast approaching and Boise State University is prepared to help keep kids and teens occupied and learning. A variety of day and residential camps encompass everything from sports to academics to the arts. Following is a list of …

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Athletic Training Students Get Inside Glimpse into NCAA Championship

NCAA Tournament Basketball Floor Hosted by Boise State University

Two Boise State Department of Kinesiology athletic training students, Mikey Tsukamoto and Andrew Gong, had a rare glimpse into the undertakings of hosting two rounds of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. Though occasionally you may see athletic trainers …

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Thousands Expected on Campus Saturday for Bronco Day

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The biggest campus open house of the year showcases academics all across campus.

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Computer Science Undergrad Earns Prestigious Department of Defense Scholarship

Boise State freshman Sammie Fullmer long has known she wanted to work in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) field. The Jerome native’s dedication led her to participate in robotics programs and compete on robotics teams in junior high and …

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Priority Deadline Approaching for Open Educational Resources Institute

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An April 15 priority consideration application deadline is quickly approaching for the 2018 OER Institute. Faculty can reduce student textbook costs, increase course enrollment and improve student learning by adopting OER — freely accessible, openly licensed documents and media useful …

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Help Increase Diversity and Inclusion on Campus – Apply for BUILD Forums

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BUILD stands for Boise State Uniting for Inclusion and Leadership in Diversity and the BUILD Campus Forum Initiative is a two-year project aiming to “build capacity and catalyze individual and collective movement toward Boise State’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.” …

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Attend the Graduate Student Showcase April 19

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Join Boise State University graduate students in celebrating another year of impressive research and creative output from 9 a.m.-noon Thursday, April 19, in the Student Union Building Jordan Ballroom and Student Union Fine Arts Gallery. This marks Boise State’s second …

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Idaho High School Students will Converge, Compete on Campus to Show Economic Prowess

The program began at Boise State and is now replicated in other states and countries.

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Community and Environmental Health Updates Curriculum

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The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health has reworked its curriculum to offer flexibility and increased skills for students. The curriculum takes effect in fall 2018 with the start of academic year. Advisors and students …

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Yong Gao

Yong Gao Professor School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology College of Health Sciences Yong Gao was presented with the Measurement and Evaluation Honor Award at the Society of Health and Physical Educators America (SHAPE America) 2018 Conference on …

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Applications Open for CTL Fall Faculty Learning Communities

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The Center for Teaching and Learning will offer a number of Faculty Learning Communities in the fall. Learn more and apply here. Inclusive Excellence The Inclusive Excellence (IE) FLC will support faculty efforts to address equity and diversity at the …

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Taco Bell Arena is First Sensory Inclusive College Venue

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KultureCity has partnered with the Taco Bell Arena to make it the First Certified Sensory Inclusive College Arena in the United States. This new initiative promotes an accommodating and positive experience for all guests and fans with a sensory need …

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