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Boise State University Launches Online Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Health

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With recent approval from the Idaho State Board of Education, Boise State University is launching a new, online-only bachelor of arts degree in public health. The program will begin accepting applications in early March and enroll its first students in …

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Campus Awards Nominations Open Now

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The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management is rolling out the blue carpet. It’s time to submit nominations for the 2018 Campus Awards Ceremony. Do you know a student group, staff, faculty member, or individual who rises above the …

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Facilities Operations and Maintenance Offices Temporarily Move

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The administrative offices of Facilities Operations and Maintenance (FOAM) have moved to a new, temporary location at 1130 Manitou Ave., a university-owned house. Those looking for FOAM administration or key pick-up will need to go to the new location. Central …

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BroncoFit Preventative Health Screenings March 6-9

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BroncoFit and Preventative Health will provide free health screening clinics on campus March 6-9. Consider taking 20-30 minutes to check up on your health. Screenings are provided at no cost if you have verifiable insurance, and participation doesn’t prohibit you from also seeing your primary …

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Claire Xiong Receives Fellowship for Renewable Energy Research

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Xiong’s research on how to create stable renewable energy grids, especially wind and solar power, has global implications.

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Forum Planned on Building Inclusive Approaches to Campus Internationalization

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The Center for Global Education is pleased to invite the campus community to the upcoming thematic forum, “Building Inclusive Approaches to Campus Internationalization: Integrating Displaced Students to the Logic of Campus Internationalization.” Sponsored by the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA), the …

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Students, Executives Praise the Learning Power of Business

Total Immersion learning courses, piloted by professors in COBE’s Department of Management, build courses around a fictional work environment constructed in and for the classroom.

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Idaho Mandates Cybersecurity Training for All State Employees

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Faculty and staff at Boise State University are being asked to join all state employees in Idaho to take a 45-minute, four-part online training in cybersecurity. All university employees are required to complete the training by March 30. Gov. Butch Otter …

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Photo of the Week — Feb. 12

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Jiwon Lee and Kumnyo Chun from the Boise Korean dance team perform a traditional dance at Boise State University’s 2018 China Night. Students, staff and the community enjoyed traditional and ethnic group dances, Kung-Fu, a magic show, a Chinese church choir performance, …

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W.W. Norton Releases Debut Novel by Boise State MFA Graduate Meghan Kenny

W.W. Norton Releases Debut Novel

Meghan Kenny is a member of the first graduating class of Boise State’s MFA program in Creative Writing. W.W. Norton and Co. has published her debut novel, “The Driest Season.” The novel is based on her award-winning short story of …

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COAS Announces New Interim Roles for Leslie Durham, Kathleen Keys

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This move follows the announcement that Tony Roark will act as interim provost and vice president for academic affairs.

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Condoleezza Rice Documentary Screening Feb. 15

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The Center for Idaho History and Politics joins Idaho Public Television and the Idaho Statesman for an advance screening of selections from American Creed. This PBS documentary by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and historian David Kennedy explores whether a unifying set of …

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