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College of Education Receives $8.4 million to Serve Underrepresented Students

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The Upward Bound programs work with low-income and first-generation high school students in Boise and surrounding communities.

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Investigate Conspiracy Theories with M.R.X Dentith Dec. 5

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The term “conspiracy theory” gets a bad rap, but conspiracies do occur. In fact, many conspiracy theories have turned out to be warranted. What would happen if we treated conspiracy theories seriously enough to engage in a systematic investigation of …

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Intermountain Bird Observatory Earns Competitive Grant to Study Imperiled Owls

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The researchers at Boise State’s Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) are known as global leaders in migratory bird research.

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Register Now For Great Ideas for Teaching and Learning Symposium

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The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) will host the annual Great Ideas for Teaching and Learning Symposium Jan. 3, 2018. This year’s theme is “Better Supporting Student Learning.” To help explore this topic, the CTL has invited accomplished scholar, teacher …

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Dining Services Offers 20 Percent Discount on Flex Dollar Purchases of $200

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Boise State Dining Services is offering a 20 percent special discount on flex dollar purchases of $200 through Dec. 10. The special gives you $200 on your Boise State ID card for the price of $160. Once loaded onto your card, you …

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Closing Reception for ‘Art Acts’ Exhibition is Nov. 30

To celebrate the success of the on-campus exhibition “Art Acts,” a closing reception will be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Student Union Fine Arts Gallery. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments …

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Materials Science Professor, Students Engage Girl Scouts in Interactive Energy Projects

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Boise State students enrolled in Xiong’s materials for energy sustainability course developed a deeper understanding of energy sustainability.

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Fresh Express Opens in Sawtooth Hall Nov. 29

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Boise State Dining is excited to announce the opening of its newest location, Fresh Express, located in Sawtooth Hall next to the SouthFork Market. The new Fresh Express, which will operate much like P.O.D. stores across campus, will be open …

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Campus Holiday Gathering and Tree Lighting are Nov. 30

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Join with colleagues for holiday refreshments, cheer and a raffle for great prizes.

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OIT Requests Input on Strategic Plan

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In his recent video blog, Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president and chief information officer, discusses the drivers and governance of the Office of Information Technology (OIT) strategic plan and requests your input to tell us how we can do better. …

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Boise State Student Elena Gallina Named Rhodes Scholar Finalist

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The Rhodes Scholarships are the oldest and most celebrated international fellowship awards in the world.

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Photo of the Week — Nov. 17

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Boise State University literature student Shannon Brennan helped deliver books to Garfield Elementary after the successful “Books in Every Home” PonyUp campaign. Photo by Kristen McPeek

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