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Boise State Sophomore Daniele Moro is Named a Goldwater Scholar

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He was selected from a field of 1,280 students nominated by campus representatives from over 2,000 colleges and universities.

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Boise State Adds New Data Science for the Liberal Arts Certificate, Minor

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The transdisciplinary program emphasizes practical skills and experiential learning to examine questions of human behavior using large and complex data sets.

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Turn in Old and Expired Medications for Free April 24

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On Tuesday, April 24, Boise State’s Health Services will host its semi-annual prescription drug take back. The program allows all members of the Boise State and surrounding community to turn in old and expired medications for safe disposal, free of …

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Alumni Association Seeks Teams for Golf Tournament Scholarship Fundraiser

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The Boise State University Alumni Association Intercollegiate Knights Chapter (IK) seeks teams of four to participate in the Drive for Impact Golf Tournament fundraiser, which benefits students from foster care who attend Boise State. The tournament will be held on …

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Love Your Planet: ‘Celebrate Earth Day’ Events on Campus

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Earth Day 2018 takes place on Sunday, April 22. But Boise State will lead up to the big day with four days of “Celebrate Earth Day” events, including keynote addresses, exhibitions and demos. The celebration kicks off with coffee and conversation …

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New Look Coming to Student Center, PeopleSoft Campus Solutions

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Student Center and other PeopleSoft Campus Solutions apps are getting a major facelift. Students will see a new look for Student Center, along with an improved user experience on mobile devices. Faculty and staff will likewise view a new, flexible …

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College of Health Sciences Invites Campus Community to Retirement Celebration

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The campus community is invited to the College of Health Sciences retirement celebration for Pam Strohfus, associate professor for the School of Nursing, and Mike Berlin, lecturer for the Department of Community and Environmental Health. The celebration will be held …

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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

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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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