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President Kustra to Moderate Politics of Protected Areas Forum

Friendship Bridge

“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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Boise State Hosts First Spanish Orientation for Students and Families

Spanish speaking students attend orientation

Boise State University launched a new campus tradition on Aug. 19 as it welcomed Spanish-speaking families to campus with a unique family orientation, “Bienvenida a Boise.” In this first orientation of its kind, the families of incoming freshmen were invited …

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Language and Diversity Teaching Community Fall 2017

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The Center for Teaching and Learning has partnered with Boise State’s English Language Support Programs to offer an extended experience to help faculty be prepared for and take advantage of our increasingly cross-cultural and multi-lingual classrooms. The Language Diversity and …

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Visit the MakerLab to Learn About Emerging Technology

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Starting on Aug. 28, the MakerLab, located on the second floor of Albertsons Library, will be staffed by three maker space coaches from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. During these times, any campus affiliate can learn about emerging technology, ask questions, get trained or get resources …

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Boise Chamber Music Series Opens Season with Baroque Ensemble Aulos

people making music

The Aulos Ensemble will perform the opening concert of the 2017-18 Boise Chamber Music Series at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8, in the Velma V. Morrison Recital Hall. Tickets are $30 ($25 for seniors and students), and can be purchased …

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University Event Services’ One-Stop Shop Now Available

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Boise State’s University Event Services has been working over the past few months to simplify event coordination and billing processes for its customers, creating its one-stop shop business model. The finishing touch to this new service is the addition of …

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Enjoy a Holiday Meal at the Bronco Zone Dec. 6-7

Fireworks over the stadium

Faculty, staff and guests are invited to enjoy an exclusive dining experience at the Bronco Zone, Boise State’s exclusive, weekly pop-up restaurant on the third floor of the Stueckle Sky Center. Bronco Zone meals are available Wednesdays and Thursdays during …

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