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School of Public Service Survey Looks Into Homeless Youth in Ada County

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Boise State University’s Idaho Policy Institute, within the School of Public Service, teamed up with the City of Boise, Ada County and Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago for Voices of Youth Count, a first-of-its-kind national effort aimed at …

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Turn in Old and Expired Medications for Free Oct. 25

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On Wednesday, Oct. 25, Boise State’s Health Services is hosting a fall prescription drug take back. The program will allow all members of the Boise State and surrounding community to turn in old and expired medications for safe disposal, free …

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Distinguished Alumni and Alumni Service Award Recipients Announced

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The Boise State Alumni Association is celebrating 50 years this year and is pleased to announce the 2017 Distinguished Alumni and Distinguished Alumni Service Award recipients. The recipients will be honored during Homecoming week at the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards …

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Boise State Faculty Install Avalanche Detection Systems in Little Cottonwood Canyon

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Their research project is funded by a consortium of Department of Transportation (DOT) avalanche forecasting offices across the Western U.S.

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Boise State MFA Program in Creative Writing Presents Renowned Poet Alice Notley

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Notley is considered one of the greatest living American poets.

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Boise State Record Enrollment Growth Continues Across Campus

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Boise State University’s official enrollment for the fall 2017 semester is 24,154 — the highest in university history. Boise State served a total of more than 30,000 students over the course of the scholastic year last year, but the fall snapshot …

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Boise State’s Alumni and Friends Center Earns Commercial Energy Efficiency Award

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The Idaho Governor’s Office of Energy and Mineral Resources recently awarded Boise State University’s Alumni and Friends Center with a State of Idaho Award for Commercial Energy Efficiency. The Alumni and Friends Center was recognized in the medium-sized commercial category …

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Boise State to Offer Nation’s First Online Master’s Program in Genetic Counseling

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Boise State University will begin offering the nation’s only fully online master of science degree program in genetic counseling beginning fall 2019. The State Board of Education approved the program Thursday. Genetic counselors help people understand and adapt to the …

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Open Call for All Boise State Student Artists

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All Boise State students are invited to submit their original artwork that speaks to the process of discovery in the creation of both art and technology for a chance to be awarded $500 and have their artwork displayed in Boise State’s …

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International Opportunities for Faculty and Staff

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Two international opportunities for faculty and staff have been announced by Global Learning Opportunities. Faculty International Development Award Scholarship Opportunity The University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) and Global Learning Opportunities invite faculty and professional staff members to apply for a …

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Catch the Borodin String Quartet Oct. 20

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The Borodin String Quartet will perform an all-Russian program for the second concert of the 2017-18 Boise Chamber Music Series at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, in the Velma V. Morrison Recital Hall. The Borodin Quartet was formed in 1945 …

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Oct. 20 Lecture: Thermal Hydraulic Research for U.S. Nuclear Energy

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The mechanical and biomedical engineering department will host guest lecturer Amir Ali, an assistant professor in both mechanical and nuclear engineering at the University of New Mexico, for a talk on “Selected Thermal-Hydraulic Research Activities to Support Current and Future U.S. …

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