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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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Morrison Center Announces Upcoming Broadway in Boise Shows

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The Morrison Center, in collaboration with MagicSpace Entertainment, announces the Fred Meyer Broadway in Boise 2017-2018 Season. The season’s lineup includes something for everyone. The Fred Meyer Broadway in Boise series opens with modern-day Christmas classic Elf The Musical (Dec. 1-2, 2017) followed …

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Treasure Valley Adjunct Conference is May 15

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Eight adjunct faculty members from Boise State University will be presenting at the Treasure Valley Adjunct Conference (TVAC) on May 15 on campus. Boise State, the College of Western Idaho and Northwest Nazarene University are partnering to present the conference, …

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SBDC Launches Cyber Security Awareness Program

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In recognition of Small Business Week May 1-5, and the cyber security risks small businesses face, the Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is launching new cyber security tools for small businesses. Visit IdahoSBDC.org/cyber to learn about preventative measures businesses …

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Construction on Center for Fine Arts Gets Under Way

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Boise State University has begun construction on the new Center for Fine Arts, a $42 million project on the west end of campus along Capitol Boulevard. “The arts and humanities are vital and crucial to the success of our city, …

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Congratulations to the Winners of the Eight-Week Challenge

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Students in the School of Allied Health Sciences’ Department of Kinesiology would like to thank and congratulate all of the finishers of the Eight-Week Challenge who improved their health and fitness. Hats off to the top five finishers this semester: …

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Luma Al Naserawi to be Honored at May 16 Event

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Luma Al Naserawi from Boise State University’s College of Engineering will be honored at an event May 16 celebrating refugees and immigrants in the Gem State working to make our community a better place. The event, Careers for Change, will …

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