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RSVP by Aug. 31 for Free Workshop on Publishing Energy Research

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The Energy Policy Institute at Boise State University will host Fouad Khan, associate editor of Nature Energy, a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal, for a workshop on publishing energy research in conjunction with the 8th Annual Energy Policy Research Conference Sept. 6-7 …

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BroncoFit Hosts Weekly Classes for Employees Free of Charge

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BroncoFit is hosting three weekly classes for employees at no cost. Employees can drop in to these classes; no prior sign up is required. BroncoFit Total Body – 12:10-12:50 p.m. Wednesdays starting Aug. 29. Kinesiology Annex, 201. https://healthservices.boisestate.edu/broncofit-total-body/. Employee REFIT – …

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Student Recreation Center Closed Thursday

The Student Recreation Center will be closed all day Thursday, Aug. 30. for electrical work. Electrical power will be shut down to the center to enable power to be connected to the transformer that will serve the new Micron Center …

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Boise State Research Featured on Department of Energy Website

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The Department of Energy has featured Boise State on its Office of Science homepage as a “University Research” headline. The department recently awarded grants to the university’s Department of Geosciences. The grants will support research on changing climate conditions and …

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Visual Arts Center Opens New Exhibition Season With Aug. 30 Event

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The Visual Arts Center will open its 2018-2019 season with an opening event in both galleries from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, free and open to all. “Pulped Under Pressure” will continue through Oct. 25 in the Visual Arts Center/Hemingway Center …

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Boise State University Awarded $3.5 Million to Research Storing Data on DNA

The team is exploring how to store data from computers, sensors and smart phones on the material that determines the characteristics of living things.

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Boise State Receives Share of $6 Million to Understand, Manage Resistance to Toxins

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Jennifer Sorensen Forbey and Eric Hayden, associate professors in the Department of Biological Sciences at Boise State, will help lead the project.

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Boise State to Host Big Data Experts from the West

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The West Big Data Innovation Hub Open Annual All Hands Meeting on Sept. 20 will bring together industry, academia, nonprofits and government agencies.

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Boise State Center to Host 25 Universities From Around the World

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Boise State’s Center for Professional Development will host the mid-year Conference for Management and Executive Development Advisory Board meeting at its Meridian campus in February 2019. The advisory board provides direction for the annual conference focusing on management and executive …

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Research Team Gets $1.2 Million NSF Grant for Work on Child Adaptive Search Tool

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A Boise State University research team recently was awarded nearly $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation to develop an internet search user interface tailored to the skills and needs of children ranging from 6-11 years old. Over the four-year …

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Service-Learning Program Receives $50,000 grant

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The Service-Learning Program received a $50,000 grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service (AmeriCorps) to provide students with community-based work experiences that will help them become “career and community ready.” With this federal Americorps grant, the Service-Learning Program …

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Early Bird Registration Opens for Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge

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The Venture College in the College of Innovation and Design is recruiting students to participate in the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge set for March 2019. Early bird registration is now open for the on-campus event that lets teams compete for $100,000 …

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