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Select Your Seat Open House for Football

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Faculty and staff can check out available seats for the 2018 Bronco football season in person before the general public during an open house from 3-4 p.m. Wednesday, May 9, in Albertsons Stadium. The Boise State Athletic Ticket Office offers …

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Capital Project Need Requests Due May 15

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As of January 2018, all Boise State Capital Project Needs must be reviewed and approved in accordance with University Policy #9170. A Capital Project Need Request (CPNR) form is required for this review. Departments with upcoming capital projects should submit …

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eSports

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eSports Boise State An ESPN article, “BSU Overwatch captain Maggie Borland shines under bright lights,” featured Boise State’s Varsity eSports team at its recent exhibition in Las Vegas at the inaugural Mountain West eSports Showdown, and Borland — one of …

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New Program Lets Chinese Accounting Students Transfer Credits to Boise State

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Zeynep Hansen, associate dean for academic programs and scholarship in the Boise State College of Business and Economics, and Troy Hyatt, chair of the Department of Accountancy, visited Beijing Normal University Zhuhai in April. Hansen and Hyatt were in China to …

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State Board to Interview Three Finalists for Boise State Presidency

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The Idaho State Board of Education will interview three finalists next week vying to become Boise State University’s next president. The Board will meet with the finalists in Executive Session on May 16, 2018. Listed in alphabetical order, they are: …

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Human-Environment Systems Workshop to Explore Future of the West

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Researchers from across the West who work on issues related to sustainability will converge at Boise State May 7-10 for a workshop, “The Social-Ecological Future of the American West.” Human-Environment Systems, an initiative within the College of Innovation and Design, …

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Summer Parking Lot Maintenance Scheduled

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The parking maintenance team will be doing surface maintenance on Bronco Lane, the Library lot and Capital Village lot this summer. There will be full closure of these areas when projects are active. Notices will be sent out before each specific …

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Shuttles on Limited Schedule for Summer

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With fewer students on campus and better weather for walking and biking outdoors, shuttle hours and routes will be reduced during the summer session. The on-campus blue route and the downtown gray route will be suspended starting Monday, May 7, …

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Sign Up Now for June 7 Campus Blood Drive

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The American Red Cross will be on campus for a blood drive from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, June 7, in the Student Union Building, Simplot Ballroom BD. The drive is being coordinated by the Professional Staff Association. To schedule your time online, visit www.redcrossblood.org. Locate …

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Graduate Students Take Home $15,000 in Student Showcase, Thesis Awards

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The month of April marked Boise State University’s second annual Research Month – a time to celebrate the diverse and rich array of research happening on campus. As part of that celebration, the Graduate College awarded $15,000 to more than …

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For One Nursing Student, Graduation Equals Road Trip

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Ron Ordona, a student in Boise State’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice in Leadership program, has spent most of his time at Boise State off campus. 

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Children’s Center Announces New Class

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The Boise State Children’s Center is a NAEYC accredited early care and education program on the campus of Boise State, available to families affiliated with Boise State or the University of Idaho Boise Campus. The Children’s Center is announcing a …

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