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Community Supported Agriculture on Campus

Global Gardens will be offering a Community Supported Agriculture pick-up for the Boise State community. Purchasing your share will allow you to get locally grown, organically farmed produce each week of the season while supporting local refugee farmers. Pick-up will …

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Dining Services Updated Summer Hours

Boise State University Dining Services will have updated summer hours beginning Saturday, May 6, across campus. Nine dining locations will remain open for limited hours Monday through Friday during the summer in the Student Union Building (SUB), Interactive Learning Center (ILC) and Albertsons …

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Celebrate Boise State Staff Week May 8-12

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Join your colleagues in celebrating a wonderful year by taking part in Staff Week activities.  Monday-Thursday, May 8-11 Free Access to the Rec Center, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.  Monday, May 8 Coffee, Carbs and Conversation, 7:30-9:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 9 Campus Scavenger …

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Graduate Student Earns Prestigious Fellowship to Study Leopards in Africa

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NSF awards only 2,000 of the grants nationally per year; Tara Easter was the only Boise State student to be selected for the grant.

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Meet Spring 2017 Student Commencement Speaker Océane Pelloille

Boise State will continue its tradition of featuring a student speaker for Commencement on Saturday, May 6, the university’s 100th Commencement ceremony and the first on The Blue. Océane Pelloille, who came to Boise State from her small hometown of …

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Boise State Faculty, Staff, Alumni Chosen as Accomplished Under 40

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The Idaho Business Review (IBR) has announced its 2017 Accomplished Under 40 honorees and 13 of them have ties to Boise State University as facutly, staff, alumni or friends. The honorees include: Hazen Armstrong (BBA, accountancy, ’11) Matt Bauscher (BA, political …

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Sign Up for Faculty Learning Community by Aug. 1

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Faculty still have time to apply to participate in one of the faculty learning communities, which will facilitated by the IDEA Shop during fall semester 2017. All Boise State instructors are eligible to apply, including adjunct faculty, lecturers and tenure-track …

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Boise State Thought Leaders Speak at Regional EdTech Event

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A group of Boise State faculty and staff members recently returned from the Northwest Managers of Educational Technology (NW/MET) Conference in Helena, Montana, where they spoke on a range of topics. NW/MET is an annual, regional professional organization of higher education …

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Register Now for A Call to Men Workshop

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The Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence along with Boise State University and Project Filter present A Call to Men, a free workshop from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. May 12 focused on forging a new generation of manhood. The workshop seeks to activate …

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Boise State Researchers Embark on 1,500-Mile Journey to Study Ice

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Over the next two months, the Greenland Traverse for Accumulation and Climate Studies (GreenTRACS) project will cover nearly 1,500 miles by snowmobile.

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Service-Learning Students Share Natural Hazard Resources in Oregon

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By Brittany Brand and Service-Learning staff Geosciences assistant professor Brittany Brand integrates research, teaching and service to raise public awareness of natural hazards. This semester, Brand focused an Honors class, HONORS 392 Natural Hazard, Vulnerability and Risk, on emergency preparedness, …

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‘JAWS and Magnification Access’ Assistive Technology Presentations

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How do assistive technologies work, and how do people who use these technologies experience websites? Mike Gibson from the Educational Access Center will give presentations May 10, 16 and 24 on “JAWS and Magnification Access” highlighting the history, variety and use …

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