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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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Boise State Parking Meter Rates to Change July 1

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Boise State University’s parking meter rates will change effective July 1, 2017, to better support parking demand on campus. Meter rates throughout campus will increase to $2.50 per hour with the exception of the Plaza East and West lots, Campus …

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Boise State Plans Late Start Aug. 21 to Experience Rare Total Eclipse

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Boise State University’s fall 2017 classes that begin before 1 p.m. will not be held on Aug. 21 to allow students and faculty to  enjoy a rare opportunity: To see a near-complete solar eclipse from the heart of campus. Though …

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University Event Services Moves to One Bill

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Boise State University Event Services has unveiled a one-bill invoice service for all events and catering on campus. This new service simplifies processes, removing multiple invoices and improving billing and payments, and placing all event service charges on a single …

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Employee Learning Collective Requests Your Feedback

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Boise State University’s Employee Learning Collective (ELC) would like to request information related to training, facilitation and development occurring across the campus community with the goal to review, categorize and create a central repository of current training resources. The ELC …

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Health Services Now Offering Traveler’s Health Assessment

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Health Services is now offering a comprehensive travel health resource for all Boise State students, faculty and staff, and their dependents. The assessment includes: A review of your personal medical history and advice about how to manage physical or mental …

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Photo of the Week – June 22

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Rafael Jones, a BroncoVenture Orientation leader and third-year marketing major, leads a campus tour for prospective students. Learn more about becoming a Bronco at the New Student Programs website. Photo by Allison Corona

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Plan to Attend Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research July 26-27

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The ICUR, the first of its kind in the state of Idaho, will showcase the leading edge of undergraduate research in all disciplines July 26-27

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Chip Seal on University Drive to Begin June 26

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Boise State University traffic will be affected by Ada County Highway District (ACHD) work beginning Monday, June 26. Traffic on University Drive, between Broadway Avenue and Lincoln Avenue, will fluctuate between one and two lanes as necessary for chip sealing, …

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Campus Community Mourns the Passing of Orie Shreve

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Members of the Boise State community are mourning the loss of Orie Shreve, who gave more than 25 years of service to the university as a custodian for Facilities Operations and Maintenance. Shreve passed away Wednesday, June 14, following a …

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Anthropology Department Hosts International Conference on Campus

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The Department of Anthropology hosted the 29th annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES) at Boise State University May 31-June 3. The society is the premier international organization for the study of evolution and human behavior; its membership …

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Where in the World? Brazil

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Brian Wampler, a political science professor at Boise State, spent three weeks in northeast Brazil, conducting interviews for an ongoing book project. The work was done with the support of master’s of public administration student Ana Costa and former Boise …

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