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Campus Summer Blood Drive is July 19

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Join your Boise State colleagues for a blood drive in support of the American Red Cross. This event is sponsored by the Professional Staff Association. The blood drive will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday, July 19, in the Simplot Ballroom. Schedule …

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Traffic Pattern to Change Near Center for Fine Arts Construction Site

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The construction fence line for work on Boise State University’s Center for Fine Arts will temporarily change as early as June 30 and will run several weeks, through July 14, for deep utility work. Portions of the east fence line will …

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Max Corbet Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

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Corbet had a front-row seat for an incredible journey and just received the award from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

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Why No Health Insurance Premiums on June 30 Check?

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Some Boise State employees may be wondering why no health insurance premiums were deducted from pay checks issued on June 30. Medical and dental insurance premiums are deducted from the first and second checks each month. On those rare months when …

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Boise State Hosts National “Future of Nursing” Conference June 28-29

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Boise State University is hosting the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action June 28-29, an initiative that was launched with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and AARP Foundation to support the future of nursing. America’s 3.6 million registered …

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Graduate Student Earns NASA Fellowship to Study Light of the Early Universe

Boise State computational science and engineering graduate student Kathryn Drake’s work is translatable to the very foundations of our universe.

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Memorial Planned Aug. 5 for Former Art Faculty Gaye Hoopes

Gaye Hoopes, a former associate professor of art who taught drawing, watercolor and calligraphy at Boise State University, passed away peacefully on June 19 at the age of 80. Richard Young, a colleague and friend of Gaye, remembers him as …

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Swig64 Challenges Employees to Stay Hydrated During Summer

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Did you know that only 27 percent of Boise State employees are staying properly hydrated? This means drinking eight, 8-ounce glasses of water per day, for a total of 64 ounces. Challenge yourself to drink more water with the Swig64 wellness …

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Boise State Parking Permits Go on Sale July 1

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Boise State University parking permits for the 2017-18 academic year are available for purchase beginning Saturday, July 1. The transit center office will be closed July 1-2 but will be open on weekdays beginning Monday, July 3, from 8 a.m.-5 …

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Boise State Researchers Use NASA Grant to Study Bone Loss in Space

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Gunes Uzer and Julia Oxford have been awarded a one-year, $37,000 grant.

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Boise State Mourns the Passing of Carol Martin

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Carol Ann Martin, born in Niagara Falls on Oct. 26, 1941, passed away at her Boise home on June 14. Martin moved to Boise in 1972 to teach at what was then the Boise State College English Department. She was …

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Former Dean of Students John Phillips’ Memorial Service is July 3

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John Lawrence Phillips, former Dean of Students at Boise State, passed away on June 16 at the age of 93. Phillips began his Boise State career in 1955. After earning his Ph.D. from the University of Utah, he was appointed director …

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