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Foundational Studies Changes for Fall 2018

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In November of last year, the General Education and University Curriculum committees approved changes to the Foundational Studies Program. Based on feedback from the colleges, deans, faculty, students and staff, a new program name takes effect in fall 2018, including …

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Attend a Graduate Defense

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The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defense: Stephanie Coates  When: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6Where: Micron Business and Economics Building, Room 4201Title: Building the Full Annual Cycle Picture for Long-billed Curlews: Correlates of Nesting Success in …

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President Bob Kustra Urges Payette High Students to ‘Go On’

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Boise State University President Bob Kustra spoke to all 475 students at Payette High School Thursday, urging them to consider going on for more education after graduation. Idaho has one of the lowest “go on” rates in the nation of students …

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Boise State’s Center for Professional Development Offers Discounts for Staff, Faculty

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Is professional development on your list of New Year’s resolutions? Boise State’s Center for Professional Development offers short-term learning opportunities for organizations, as well as Boise State staff and faculty, who receive a 30 percent discount. The center also offers …

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College of Health Sciences Bringing Online Learning to More Students

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The college is working to bring their programs to rural learners across the state and across the country where communities are in desperate need of health care professionals.

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Jon Larkin Senior Director of Development and External Affairs College of Health Sciences University Advancement Jon Larkin recently was appointed to the St. Luke’s Treasure Valley Community Board as a representative for the College of Health Sciences. The St Luke’s …

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Join the Olympic Challenge

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Are you ready for a challenge? Participate in Blue Cross of Idaho’s Olympic Challenge and challenge yourself to be more active this month. You will have a chance to win prizes, too. The three-week activity challenge starts Monday, Feb. 5. The purpose of this challenge …

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Join Boise State Public Radio for Live Taping of ‘Legislative Breakdown’ Feb. 8

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Boise State Public Radio will host its first-ever live podcast taping from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, at the Ron and Linda Yanke Family Research Park, and you’re invited. Come listen in on the podcast and ask legislative questions of Boise …

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Andrus Center to Host Early Childhood Education Event Feb. 12

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What does quality early childhood education look like? Idaho is talking about early learning and school readiness, and several proposals have been made in the legislature. Communities around the state are trying new ways to help young children prepare for …

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Don’t Miss Feb. 5 Deadline: Sign Up Now for Invent for the Planet

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Students will be able to put their creative, entrepreneurial and problem-solving skills to work during this international event, Feb. 16-18.

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Students Offer Tax Filing Preparation

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Boise State accountancy students are volunteering to provide free income tax preparation assistance to people who earn up to $66,000 annual income. This is the fifth year that student volunteers have participated in the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. …

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Public Culture Initiative Brings ‘Dear White People’ Cast Member to Campus

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Actor Erich Lane will give a public talk and speak to students about the acting field.

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