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Photo of the Week – July 24

Photo of Summer Youth Camp students in the SUB.

A child from the kinesiology summer youth sports program works on his bowling technique. This program has been serving children in the Boise community for more than 30 years. This summer, the program served approximately 600 children who participated in …

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Art Professor Anika Smulovitz Awarded Prestigious Idaho Arts Fellowship

Art by Anika Smulovitz

Boise State art professor Anika Smulovitz has been awarded an Idaho Commission on the Arts Fellowship for 2018. She is one of five artists across the state to receive the $5,000 fellowship. Her work can be viewed here: arts.idaho.gov/arts/anika-smulovitz-2. The …

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Tom Beitia Named New Director of University Sponsorships

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Boise State University welcomes Tom Beitia as the new director of university sponsorships. Beitia holds two undergraduate degrees and a masters of business administration degree from Boise State. During his education, he served as a graduate assistant in the economics …

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SBDC To Hold Technology Funding Workshops in Six Idaho Cities

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The Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC), headquartered in the College of Business and Economics at Boise State University, is teaming up with the Idaho National Laboratory and the Idaho Department of Commerce to hold a series of small business …

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Engineering Complex Reopens After Infrastructure Upgrade

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Boise State University’s Engineering Building, Micron Engineering Building and Harry W. Morrison Laboratory will reopen to full function and general occupancy at noon on Friday, July 21. The infrastructure upgrade project on each of the three buildings is now complete.

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Where in the World? Kenya

Political science professor Brian Wampler organized and led a two-day international workshop, held in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop was held July 13-14 and included participants from 10 countries, including the Philippines, Indonesia, South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Brazil, the …

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Network Outages Scheduled July 26 and 28

Picture of the B sculpture in front of the Boise State administration building

The Office of Information Technology will install new equipment requiring a disruption in campus networking services between 6-6:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 26, and Friday, July 28. This new equipment will make Boise State’s network more robust by addressing potential …

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Graduate Researcher Recognized at National Technology Conference

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Twinkle Pandhi, a graduate student in the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering, received a student travel award and a second-place poster award at the 2017 FLEX Conference, the nation’s leading forum for flexible, printed and hybrid electronics technology. …

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Where in the World? Italy

Art professor Jill AnnieMargaret is leading a study abroad program this month in Venice, Italy, for current Boise State students. Five students are experiencing an artist residency at Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, a world-renowned residency program and school specializing in …

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Some Library Services Unavailable July 24-26 For System Upgrade

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Library Computing and Information Services will be upgrading the Boise State only catalog software July 24-26. During this time, the Boise State only catalog will be unavailable. What does that mean for you? The search box, WorldCat Local, on the library’s homepage still will …

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COBE Recognized At United Nations-Supported Global Forum

Photo of Taylor Reed displaying COBE's award at the U.N.

The College of Business and Economics at Boise State University was recognized July 18 at the 2017 Global Forum for Responsible Management Education, held at the United Nations (U.N.) in New York City by the Principles for Responsible Management Education …

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Scholarship Campaign Doubles Goal, Expanding Opportunities for Boise State Students

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Thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends, Boise State University has concluded its Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Opportunities scholarship campaign with gifts and pledges totaling more than $52 million, more than doubling the campaign’s original goal.

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