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Boise State’s Second Civility Symposium is March 14

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For the second year in a row, Boise State University will host a civility symposium. This year’s symposium takes place March 14 with events in both the Hatch and Simplot ballrooms of the Student Union Building. This year’s event has a …

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Submit Summer Camp Information by March 21

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The Office of Communications and Marketing is compiling a list of Boise State-sponsored summer camps for distribution to the media and the community. If your department is offering a summer camp aimed at kids or teens in the community, please …

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Fettuccine Forum to Focus on the Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918

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Bob Reinhardt, an assistant professor of history, and Ginger Floerchinger-Franks, a writer who spent decades working in public health in Idaho, will present.

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Volunteers Needed for Bronco Day

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Bronco Day, the biggest day of the year to showcase Bronco spirit and welcome guests to campus, is April 14. You can help make this day bigger and better than ever by volunteering. Meet prospective students and their families and help show …

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Boise State to Compete in First-Ever Mountain West eSports Showdown in Las Vegas

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Adopted Lemons, CosmoBuster and SaladOnMySki are among the Boise State University teams that will challenge Mango, DrChowder and Verb from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in the first-ever Mountain West eSports Showdown in Las Vegas, March 8-10. The MW eSports …

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Quilt for Scholarship Campaign Under Way

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Albertsons Library is continuing a fundraising campaign to support the Susan Henggeler Memorial Scholarship Fund for a second consecutive year. Over nearly 48 years, Henggeler used payroll deduction to donate a share of her salary every pay period to student scholarships. …

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Graduate Student Showcase Now Accepting Scholarship

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The Graduate Student Showcase is a one-day graduate conference at Boise State University that provides an opportunity for all graduate students, at any stage in their graduate career, to showcase their talents, connect with other graduate students and enjoy the …

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Philosophy Club’s Annual Food-Raiser is March 9

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“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

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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

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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

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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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