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Philosophy Club’s Annual Food-Raiser is March 9

Portrait of Derrick Harris.

“Food for thought,” the philosophy club’s annual food-raiser, takes place from 3:30-5:15 p.m. Friday, March 9, in Room 201 of the Interactive Learning Center. Derrick Harris from the University of North Texas will present “Toward Coexistential Ontologies of the Present.” Over …

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Student IMPACT Board Honored for University Advancement

Photo of Stueckle Sky Center.

The Boise State University Student IMPACT Board recently was honored at the 2018 Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VIII Affiliated Student Advancement Programs conference for outstanding student program in university advancement. Also at the conference, Hayden …

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Nominations Open for Professional Staff of the Year Award

Blue Thunder trumpeter

Do you have a colleague who always seems to go above and beyond?  Someone who practices the university’s shared values in every interaction? Someone who works collaboratively outside their own unit to create an inclusive environment for students, faculty and …

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‘First Folio’ Wins CASE Award

'First Folio' Wins CASE Award

Albertsons Library, University Special Events and Protocol, Printing and Graphics, and the Office of Communications and Marketing recently were recognized with a 2018 Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VIII Conference Communications Award. Their collaborative work …

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English Majors Present Workshops for Federal Investigators

(L to R) Adam Brimhall, Evan Fishburn, Natalie Tyler, and Emily Schureman prepare for an English senior capstone presentation.

English majors in the class, Senior Capstone in Literary Studies, recently presented a series of writing and editing workshops to help federal investigators in Idaho write more effective reports. Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Paul Baxley asked the students to study sample …

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Actor Erich Lane in Conversation with Television Writer Heather Marion March 12

Heather Marion

The free event, open to the public, is the third in the AHI’s Public Culture Initiative.

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Register for Boise State’s Research Computing Days Workshops

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Registration is now open for several workshops being offered during Boise State’s Research Computing Days, happening March 15-16 in the Student Union Building. The full agenda for this free event can be found here: https://rcs.boisestate.edu/2018-research-computing-days/ Registration is open for these classes: Unix …

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Saint Alphonsus Event Offers Students Glimpse into Health Care Field

Friendship bridge in winter

Saint Alphonsus, in an ongoing partnership with Boise State University’s College of Health Sciences, recently hosted the second annual Student Engagement Night. The event was open to all College of Health Sciences students, faculty and staff and more than 150 …

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Visiting Choral Conductor to Discuss Kenyan Folk Music

Evans Obanda Ouma Mbinji

Kenyan choral conductor Evans Obanda Ouma Mbinji will give a presentation on the traditions and performance of Kenyan music from 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, in the Recital Hall (C200) of the Morrison Center. The program is free and open …

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Join Boise State Public Radio for After-Hours Event March 8

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Join the Boise State Public Radio team for “Another Round” from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, March 8, at Sockeye Brewing on Fairview Avenue in Boise. Meet your local public radio news team, ask questions, learn about some of the new stories …

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Photo of the Week — March 1

Student holding a snake at the local MK Nature Center.

Michaela Johnson, a junior studying biology at Boise State with an emphasis in ecology, evolution and behavior, poses for a photo with George, the resident Great Basin Gopher snake at the MK Nature Center. Johnson works at the MK Nature Center …

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John Freemuth Named 2018 Boise State Distinguished Professor

John Freemuth

For many, both on and off campus, Freemuth may be best known for his role as a public intellectual.

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