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Researcher Seeking Cancer Survivors for Study

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Cheryl Jorcyk, Department of Biological Sciences, is seeking participants from the campus community (and beyond) to work with her senior biology students who are studying the molecular biology of cancer. This project is part of a service-learning component of the class. …

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New Search Committee Training, Recruitment Pool Certification Process

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Human Resources has partnered with the Office of Institutional Compliance to implement required Search Committee Training and Recruitment Pool Certification to ensure compliance requirements are being met. This training will provide search committee members, hiring managers, faculty chairs and departmental …

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Zeynep Hansen Takes Position as Associate Dean in College of Business and Economics

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Zeynep Hansen has accepted the position of associate dean for academic programs and scholarship for the College of Business and Economics. “Zeynep has been a very effective and successful leader in the Department of Economics, in COBE, across our campus, in …

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Stephen Yates to Join School of Public Service as Professor of the Practice

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Political leader and consultant Stephen Yates is joining Boise State University’s School of Public Service as a Professor of the Practice in International Business and Politics. Yates appears regularly on think-tank panels and national media interviews, including recent appearances on …

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Kevin Learned Retirement Party is June 14

Over the years, many students, alumni, friends and supporters inspired by Kevin Learned’s teaching, advocacy and leadership — perhaps in one of his classes or through a conversation in a coffee shop, or even as an entrepreneur or angel investor. …

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Advising and Academic Enhancement is now the Advising and Academic Support Center

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The office of Advising and Academic Enhancement has changed its name to the Advising and Academic Support Center. This new name better reflects the variety of support services provided to all students. The center’s services include: major exploration advising, targeted …

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Boise State Researchers Awarded IGEM Grant to Combat Potato Rot

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In Idaho, potatoes are both a humble stereotype and a half-billion dollar crop. According to the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation, every spring farmers plant more than 320,000 acres of potatoes valued at between $550-$700 million. Yet unbeknownst to most consumers, roughly …

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Free Documentary Film Screening, June 15

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​Boise State’s Gender Equity Center, in partnership with the Office of the Dean of Students and the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, will host a viewing of the documentary “The Mask You Live In.” The film depicts how “boys …

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Where in the World? Portugal

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Psychology professor Pennie Seibert is in Lisbon, Portugal, presenting research at the 28th annual meeting of The European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care. The title of Seibert’s research project is “A Choice Point Decision Model to Guide Discourse for Optimum …

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Chip Sealing on University Drive June 12-23

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Ada County Highway District will be chip sealing University Drive between June 12-June 23. Temporary no-parking signs will be placed in almost all areas being impacted. If you see these signs, the crews are very close to your area. Excess chips will …

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Retirement Party for Pat Pyke June 16

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After 17 years on campus, Pat Pyke, current director of Research Development, is retiring from Boise State University. There will be a reception in her honor from 3-5 p.m. Friday, June 16, at the Ron and Linda Yanke Family Research Park, …

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Partial Earle Street Closure June 6-7

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A portion of Earle Street will be closed to through traffic June 6-7 in order to prepare the construction site for the Boise State Center for Fine Arts. Crews will be working to cap a geothermal line that runs under …

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