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Apply Now for CTL’s Summer Institutes

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Registration is now open for the Center for Teaching and Learning’s summer institute. Learn more and register for a course you’re interested in below: Course Design Institute 1.0: May 14-18 Are you teaching a new course next year? Or ready …

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New United Nations Association Chapter Sends Students to Summit in NYC

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Three students from Boise State University participated in a grassroots conference hosted by the United Nations Association on Feb. 23, in New York City. Cae Odell, Hunter Carson and Kelsey Hyslop joined more than 1,000 other students from across the …

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Celebrate Campus Read at Albertsons Library March 6

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The campus community is invited to celebrate the 2017-2018 campus read at Albertsons Library on Tuesday, March 6. This year, the campus read is made up of 14 essays. You can check out the essays at the library and discover …

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‘Women’s Stories’ International Conference Comes to Boise State March 15-18

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The Department of World Languages, together with the Eloise Garmendia Bieter Basque Studies Chair, will host the first international cultural studies conference: Women’s Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory, March 15-18. The conference will explore women’s stories and the issues of …

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Teresa Serratt and Karen Theis

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Teresa Serratt and Karen Theis Associate Professor; Alumnae School of Nursing College of Health Sciences Teresa Serratt, associate professor for the School of Nursing, and Karen Theis, alumnae of the School of Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Leadership …

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Campus Workshop Open to Staff and Faculty: Green Belt in Process Improvement

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Staff and faculty will have an opportunity to earn a Process Improvement Green Belt certificate this spring by participating in a series of five, three-hour workshops hosted by the Process Improvement Initiative. The workshops are hands-on: Small groups of participants …

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Sustainable Night Lights and Mosquito-Killing Drones: Students ‘Invent for the Planet’

Invent for the Planet

The global innovation challenge that asks students to spend an intense 48 hours trying to solve problems that affect communities around the world.

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St. ​Luke’s Mobile Mammography Bus on Campus March 16

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As a part of BroncoFit, the St. ​Luke’s Mobile Mammography bus will be parked on campus from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday, March 16, in the Norco Building parking lot.​ Annual mammography is recommended ​for women ages 40-50. To schedule an appointment, call (208) 706-2055. Most insurances are accepted; interested participants are …

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Psychology Department Recruiting Families for Research Opportunities

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Boise State University’s Department of Psychology is actively recruiting Boise-area families that are interested in volunteering for future research studies. Psychology faculty Cynthia Campbell, April Masarik and Jennifer Weaver are seeking out families of all types and sizes who are interested in …

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Department of Radiologic Sciences

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Department of Radiologic Sciences School of Allied Health Sciences College of Health Sciences A large group representing Boise State’s School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences traveled to Las Vegas the first week of February to attend the …

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College of Innovation and Design to Host Inaugural High School eSports Tournament

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The College of Education, the College of Innovation and Design and the Department of Educational Technology will host the first Idaho High School eSports Tournament on Saturday, April 21. Check in will begin at 9:30 a.m.; the first game begins …

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Venture College Welcomes New Women in Leadership Residence Program

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Boise State’s Venture College will welcome Tara Russell as the first resident of a new program, the Venture College Women in Leadership Residence. Russell founded the local nonprofit Create Common Good that provides training and employment for refugees and others who …

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