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Shared Values and Standards of Conduct, Supervising Student Employees

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Human Resource Services is offering the following free employee training session July 25, facilitated by Kip Spittle: Part 1 – Shared Values and Standards of Conduct 9 -10:30 a.m. The foundation of how we conduct our business at Boise State …

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Desert Studies Institute Featured in Latest Boise State Podcast

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Learn more about the institute from professor Mark Plew in the Department of Anthropology.

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Geosciences Graduate Student Earns NASA Fellowship

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Nayani Ilangakoon was selected as one of 69 graduate students (out of a pool of 385 nationally) for her proposal to analyze data collected in the Owyhee mountains and Colorado’s Grand Mesa.

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Earle Street to Close Temporarily for Construction on Center for Fine Arts

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Earle Street will be temporarily closed to through traffic July 14-25 for construction work on Boise State University’s Center for Fine Arts. The closure is necessary to complete deep utility installations. All traffic to the West Towers lot will be …

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Engineering Complex to Power Down for Infrastructure Upgrades July 14

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Three Boise State University buildings will be closed and inaccessible to all staff, faculty, students and visitors beginning 3 p.m. Friday, July 14. The buildings are the engineering building, Harry Morrison laboratory and Micron Engineering building. The closure will accommodate …

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Photo of the Week – July 10

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Hannah Leingang, a freshman studying pre-dental (left), and Brenda Valles, a graduate student studying criminal justice, work at the Boise State University Rec Center’s outdoor rental center. Students and the campus community can rent a range of outdoor gear, from kayaks …

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Ahsahta Press Publishes ‘Days and Works’ by Rachel Blau DuPlessis

Ahsahta Press, part of the Master of Fine Arts in creative writing program at Boise State University, recently published “Days and Works” by Rachel Blau DuPlessis. Inspired by Greek poet Hesiod’s almanac “Works and Days,” Duplessis’s collection possesses a sense …

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Boise Sculptors Guild Exhibition in Baker City, Oregon, July 7-29

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The Boise Sculptors Guild, an Associated Students of Boise State University group, is having a group exhibition at the Crossroads Carnegie Art Center in Baker City, Oregon. The opening reception is Friday, July 7, and the exhibition will be on …

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New Name for Systems and Office Improvements

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The Systems and Process Improvement office is now known as the Office of Continuous Improvement. This new name reflects the diversity of the department’s mission as we move forward to facilitate business process improvement, enhance systems functionality, and improve efficiencies across …

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Montoya, Wilde to Receive Awards at 2017 Idaho State Bar Annual Meeting

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Boise State University’s Texie Montoya, associate special counsel, and Matt Wilde, general counsel, have been selected as award recipients for the 2017 Idaho State Bar annual meeting July 12-14, in Moscow, Idaho. Montoya has been selected to receive the 2017 …

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Jennifer Stevens is Newest Professor of the Practice at Boise State

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Stevens will work on projects such as securing internships for students, identifying community projects for student capstones, developing community-university collaborative projects, teaching workshops and working with students on applied research projects.

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University Drive Safety Upgrades and Added Bike Lanes

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Boise State University’s main thoroughfare, University Drive, currently is being updated to increase pedestrian safety through a heavily traveled student corridor. In addition, the upgrades will better support cyclists and commuters on campus. The regular maintenance chip sealing project on …

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