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Nanotechnology is Reaching New Heights at Boise State University

Dave Estrada, assistant professor in the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering, offers a graduate course titled Nanoscale Transport that facilitates industry partnerships and hands-on experiences for students. He recently partnered with NASA and MicroLink Devices to take nanotechnology …

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Where in the World? Iceland

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Art professor Richard Young currently is in his second month of the NES artist residency in Skagastrond, Iceland, where he is producing new work. The residency is part of his sabbatical research. Young’s new body of work explores imagery based on geological …

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Participate in May in Motion to Win Great Prizes

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To celebrate May in Motion, Boise State is offering weekly prizes throughout the month of May, and you only need to utilize an alternative form of transportation four times or more to qualify for prize drawings. Click on this link …

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Discount on Leadership Development Program for Boise State Employees

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The Center for Professional Development would like to offer a one-time 60 percent discount for Boise State employees on the center’s nationally recognized leadership development program. This discount is a $1,440 savings and is only available when enrolling in the …

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Steve Swanson Partners with Local Classroom to Promote STEM Education

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To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, former NASA astronaut Steve Swanson co-taught an 11th grade chemistry class at Mountain View High School. Swanson is Boise State’s distinguished educator in residence; to teach the chemistry class he partnered with IDoTeach and new Boise State graduate, Melissa …

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Celebrate Bike to Work Week May 13-20

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The Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance is celebrating national Bike to Work Week May 13-20 by encouraging commuters to take their foot of the gas and put it to the pedal, instead. The alliance has a host of events going on …

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InnovateHER 2017 Submissions Currently Being Accepted

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The Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is once again facilitating the InnovateHER: Innovating for Women prize competition held by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The goal of the competition is to unearth and commercialize innovative products that help positively …

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Boise State Students Learn Marble Carving from World-Renowned Master

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In the on-campus studio of Benjamin Victor, a dozen Boise State art students, faculty and staff stand before blocks of Italian marble, envisioning how to carve the stone into replicas of famous works by Michelangelo and Bernini. This is where …

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Boise State Says Goodbye to Lois Santillanes

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The campus community is mourning the loss of Lois Santillanes, a long-time Bronco and a founding member of the Boise State Association of Office Professionals (BSUAOP). Santillanes started her employment at Boise State in 1971 and retired from accounts payable 36 …

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Construction to Begin on Center for Fine Arts May 15

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After the official groundbreaking ceremony held May 2, the Boise State University Center for Fine Arts construction timeline will begin next week. Construction fence will be placed Monday, May 15, around the western half of the West Reserve Towers and …

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Registration Will Soon Be Required to Use Bronco-Guest Wireless

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Beginning Wednesday, May 17, you’ll need to register your devices in order to use the Bronco-Guest wireless network. Once you provide and verify a valid email address, you can use Bronco-Guest for seven days. If you continue using Bronco-Guest, you’ll …

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Faculty Learning Community: Language Diversity and Teaching

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The Center for Teaching and Learning and Boise State’s English Language Support Programs are offering a new Language Diversity and Teaching Faculty Learning Community (FLC) for fall 2017. This FLC will be a group of approximately 6 faculty members from …

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