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Honor a Boise State Student Leader

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Do you know a Boise State student leader graduating this May? Student leaders may be individuals in your department or organization who go above and beyond to make a positive impact at Boise State. They may give freely of their time to …

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Velma V. Morrison Center Celebrates Community Program Milestone

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The Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts announced a milestone in free events presented for the community. During the 2016 calendar year, the center hosted 27 free, public events with a total attendance of more than 30,000 patrons. The center …

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Boise State Students Produce Affordable Prosthetic Hand

Individuals come together with E-Nable to create and design assistive hand devices for those in need.

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Idaho Students to Learn Hands-On Lessons in Global Economics at Boise State

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More than 1,100 high school students from across Idaho will descend on the Jordan Ballroom at Boise State University in the coming weeks to prove their knowledge, creativity and enthusiasm for global economics. After a full semester of studying, researching …

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Anthropology, CID Announce Joint Design Ethnography Certificate

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There currently are no other programs in the U.S. in design ethnography.

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Boise State Advances Innovative Teaching Practices with Mobile Learning

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The Center for Teaching and Learning with the IDEA Shop (Instructional Design and Educational Assessment) continue to advance innovative teaching by hosting annual programs, which help faculty pair pedagogical practices with emerging technologies. The Mobile Learning Summer Institute (MLSI) is …

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Share Your Thoughts on Diversity and Inclusion by April 9

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The Commission and Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion are interested in learning more about the current climate at Boise State University from faculty, staff (professional/classified) and students. Input will be used to craft and then present recommendations to President …

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Register for Idaho Indian Education Summit

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Registration is now open for the 2017 Idaho Indian Education Summit – Constructing Context for Equity in Education. The focus of the summit is to help educators, administrators and other practitioners identify strategies and obtain knowledge to promote equitable practices, …

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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog has Arrived

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The 2017-2018 undergraduate catalog is now available to students, departments and colleges. Students The Boise State Bookstore has undergraduate catalogs available for $5 each for anyone wishing to purchase a copy. An online version of the catalog’s majors, minors, certificates …

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Boise State eQIP Announces Faculty Development Seminars

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The eCampus Quality Instruction Program (eQIP) is accepting applications from faculty and adjuncts to create online courses or revise existing online courses. eQIP has openings in its professional development offerings for summer and fall. Participation is open to all Boise …

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Professional Development Day is April 21

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Boise State University’s Association of Office Professionals is hosting Professional Development Day April 21 at the Micron Business and Economics Building. Join business people, deans, legislators, teachers and community leaders as they hold workshops focused on diversity, leadership and other …

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Take Back The Night April 14

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Show your support for survivors of sexual assault by coming together to Take Back the Night April 14. Begin the night April 14 with poster making and a speaker at the Student Union Patio at 6 p.m. A campus march …

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