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State Board Extends Search for Boise State University President

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The Board will next work to identify and appoint an interim president, while it continues the search.

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New Commissions to Remember an Idaho Governor and More for Sculptor Benjamin Victor

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He partnered with the Boise Department of Parks and Recreation and the Boise Department of Arts and History to create a tribute to one of Idaho’s most iconic figures, the late Gov. Cecil Andrus.

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Flamenco Jazz Pianist To Kick Off Boise Jazz Society’s 2018-2019 Season

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The Boise Jazz Society will present Spanish jazz pianist Chano Dominquez and his ensemble, Flamenco Sketches, in concert from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 6, at Chateau des Fleurs in Eagle. Dominguez’s talents have been lauded for their integration of jazz …

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Kathleen Araújo Named New Energy Policy Institute Director

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Kathleen Araújo has been named the director of the Energy Policy Institute (EPI), which consists of more than 50 core staff, educators and affiliate professional researchers from the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) and around the globe. Araújo will …

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Karen Hammond is Boise State’s Professional Staff of the Year

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Boise State’s Professional Staff Association has selected Karen Hammond, student support manager from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, as the winner the 2018 Professional Staff of the Year Award. Hammond earned her degree at Boise State and has been …

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Changes to Microsoft Office and Home Use Programs

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Microsoft recently simplified Boise State’s Microsoft Office and Home Use programs. Your current Home Use or Student Advantage license is valid as long as you have an active Boise State account. Students, faculty and staff may download and use Microsoft …

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day is May 17

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May 17 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day.  The purpose of this day is to “get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital (web, software, mobile, etc.) access/inclusion and people with different disabilities” (GAAD Organization). Ways to Participate in GAAD In …

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Open Campus Forums for Finalists, Executive Director of eCampus/Associate Dean of Extended Studies

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Finalists will be on campus next week to interview for the position of executive director of eCampus/associate dean of Extended Studies. The campus community is encouraged to attend open campus forums scheduled for each of the finalists:  Dr. Christine Bauer: …

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FY19 Open Enrollment Period Ends Friday, May 18

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Time is running out — Flexible Spending and Choice Card forms must be received in Human Resource Services by May 18 if you wish to participate in the medical or daycare FSA for FY19 or change your medical plan election. The FY19 open …

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Free Pansies Available for Transplant May 22-23

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With the change in season fast approaching, the landscape services team is preparing to replant the flower “B” near the SUB with a summer variety. They will have pansies available for transplanting.   If you are interested taking home some …

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Boise State’s Cycle Learning Center Earns Platinum Bicycle Friendly Business Designation

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The League of American Bicyclists has named Boise State University’s Cycle Learning Center among the national honorees in its Bicycle Friendly Business program as a platinum award recipient, the highest level of achievement. The bike shop is one of only …

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Farewell Reception for Kevin and Margaret Satterlee is May 22

The campus community is invited to the “Satterlee Send-off,” a farewell reception for Kevin and Margaret Satterlee, from 4-6 p.m. May 22 in the Alumni and Friends Center. Remarks are planned at 4:30 p.m. Kevin Satterlee, chief operating officer, vice …

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