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2017 Campus Awards Winners Announced

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The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management recently hosted Boise State University’s annual Campus Awards Ceremony in the Simplot Ballroom. The blue carpet event recognizes students, faculty, staff and student organizations for outstanding achievement, service and campus engagement. The …

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School of Public Service to Honor Bruce Newcomb, Betsy Russell

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Boise State University’s School of Public Service will honor former Idaho Speaker of the House Bruce Newcomb with the second annual Commitment to Idaho award at a reception and ceremony from 4-6 p.m. May 9 in the Alumni and Friends …

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Center for Fine Arts Groundbreaking is May 2

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The campus community is invited to come celebrate the official start of construction on the new Center for Fine Arts, a $42 million project on the west end of campus along Capitol Boulevard.

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May in Motion Starts Monday, May 1

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The annual tradition of May in Motion is upon us, meaning it is time to reimagine your daily commute and consider giving biking, carpooling and mass transit a try in lieu of driving your car to work — some SMART modes …

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New OIT Project Management Reporting Site Provides Transparency

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The Office of Information Technology’s Project Management Office has implemented a new reporting tool that displays the current status of OIT projects, projects scheduled to go live in the next 30 days, and requested projects queued for future activity. To access …

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Ceramics Annual Spring Fire Sale April 29-May 1

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The semi-annual Clay and Fire Sale is slated for 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 30-May 1 in the Visual Arts Center Gallery in the Liberal Arts Building. This year the ceramics club is holding a special “clay on the Quad” pre-sale event …

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2017 Benefits Fair is April 28

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The annual Employee Benefits Fair, hosted by Human Resource Services, is from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, April 28, in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom. Come take a closer look at all of the benefits offered through Boise State and while …

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Discount Pricing on Taco Bell Arena Shows

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Taco Bell Arena is offering some finals relief, by way of special pricing on tickets to two upcoming shows: Bastille, Saturday, April 29 Special Discount for students, faculty and staff: $10 off with offer code SPRING. Input this password in the “Enter …

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Department of World Languages Wins Video Competition

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The Department of World Languages has been named the winner of the Center for Global Education’s “#Youarewelcomehere” video competition. The #YouAreWelcomeHere website describes the campaign as “a welcome message from U.S. higher education to international students around the world. It …

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Seven Arrows Powwow Honors Supporters

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Six individuals were recognized ​at the 2017 Seven Arrows Powwow for their work supporting Native American students, academics, community, activism and culture. The powwow showcases the customs of Native Americans in full regalia, and visitors can try authentic Native American food …

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Karin Adams

Karin Adams Assistant Professor School of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Community and Environmental Health College of Health Sciences Karin Adams published “A Faceoff with Hazardous Noise: Noise Exposure and Hearing Threshold Shifts of Indoor Hockey Officials” with William J. …

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Boise State Podcast Explores Research Month

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Mark Rudin, Boise State’s Vice President for Research and Economic Development; Leslie Durham, associate dean in the College of Arts and Sciences; Shawn Benner, associate professor from the Department of Geosciences; Cienna Madrid and Brady Moore from the Office of …

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