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Ahsahta Press Publications Highlighted

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Three works published by Ahsahta Press, part of the MFA in creative writing program at Boise State, are garnering national and international attention. In the New Yorker, Stephen Burt’s “Page-Turner” essay, “Literary Style and the Lessons of Memoir,” features a lengthy …

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SBDC to Host Four Public Events this Month

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The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) housed within the College of Business and Ecomomics will host four public events in August for small business owners and those looking to become small business owners. The SBDC empowers business success through no-cost …

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Boise State Receives National Humanities Grant to Document, Celebrate Latino Culture

The project is one of only 245 humanities projects funded across the nation.

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Photo of the Week – August 3

Students perform at the TRIO Upward Bound final day.

These high school students, along with more than 100 others from seven schools across the Treasure Valley and beyond, presented final performances for the six- week TRIO Upward Bound summer program at Boise State University. The students lived in dorms, worked …

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Boise State Podcast: The Intersection of Art and Science

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Professor Don Winiecki from the Department of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning in the College of Engineering, is working to find the intersection of art and science. In this Boise State podcast, Winiecki discusses his work developing a computer program …

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Where in the World? Kenya

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Research associate Michelle Arnett and Sarah Toevs, director of Boise State University’s Center for the Study of Aging, recently completed an exploratory trip to western Kenya to identify international, interdisciplinary learning opportunities for students. July 11-23, the duo traveled from Nairobi …

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10-Digit Dialing is Coming August 5

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With the arrival of Idaho’s new 986 area code, 10-digit dialing will begin statewide for local phone calls on Saturday, August 5 . You must use the appropriate 208 or 986 Idaho area code in front of your local number …

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Google Meet is a New Video and Conference Calling Service for Boise State

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Google Meet is a new video and conference calling service in G Suite at Boise State focused on enterprise-friendly use. As many as 25 people can participate in a Google Meet session using desktops, laptops, and mobile devices, and dialing …

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Fire Demonstrations to Be Held in West Stadium Lot, Aug. 1

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The Boise State campus community should be aware that portions of the West Stadium parking lot will be affected by a DuPont Thermo-Man demonstration taking place, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 1. Please follow any detours or traffic control signage. In addition …

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Learn How to Become a Maker at Albertsons Library

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The MakerLab and the Make It spaces host a variety of classes, groups, clubs and team building events. Librarians and students work with everyone to craft a unique instruction session or group training to help folks on campus gain creative …

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Boise State Professors to be Honored By Mayor Dave Bieter

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Boise Mayor David Bieter recently announced the recipients of the 2017 Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in Arts & History, which included three Boise State professors. Sue Latta, a mixed-media sculptor and adjunct art professor, will receive the “Excellence in the …

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Tickets on Sale Now for 2017-18 Boise Chamber Music Series

The Boise Chamber Music Series launches its 2017-2018 season with returning favorites the Aulos Ensemble and the Horszowski Trio, and debut performances by the Russian-based Borodin Quartet and Jasper String Quartet. The series currently is taking new season subscribers for its …

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