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BroncoFit Offers Three Free Classes for Boise State Employees

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BroncoFit is offering three classes at no charge to employees this semester. Stretch and Tone: A 40-minute class focusing on lengthening and strengthening your muscles. All fitness levels are welcome. Starting Jan. 17, this class will take place from 12:10-12:50 p.m. …

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Boise State Exceeds State’s ’60 Percent’ Goal Benchmarks for 8th Straight Year

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Boise State University once again has exceeded its benchmark number for yearly bachelor’s degree graduates set when the state adopted the goal to ensure that 60 percent of Idahoans between 25 and 34 had a degree or certificate by 2020. …

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Apply now for Spring Faculty Learning Communities

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The IDEA Shop (Instructional Design and Educational Assessment) is still accepting applications for the following faculty learning communities that further professional development. Open Educational Resources Faculty can reduce student textbook costs, increase course enrollment and improve student learning by adopting open educational …

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First Friday Astronomy Lecture and Stargazing in Newly Reopened Observatory

First Friday Astronomy event will include a first look at the newly-restored Boise State Observatory.

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Department of Public Safety Now Handling All Electronic Access Requests

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Boise State’s Department of Public Safety has updated the process of electronic access requests. A newly formed integrated security technologies group within the department now is handling all electronic access requests, such as adding/removing badge access levels, setting office and exterior …

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Boise State to Participate in Innovation Day Jan. 27 at JUMP

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Mark your calendar for the 2018 Innovation Day on Jan. 27 at JUMP. Everyone is welcome to attend. The event is an interactive showcase of highly accessible STEAM inventions with students and makers from across the Treasure Valley. Student groups will …

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Process Improvement Symposium Nominees Announced

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During the months of November and December, members of the campus community nominated the following individuals and departments for innovation in business processes big and small. Nominees have demonstrated excellence in areas such as leading change with a positive and …

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Boise State Enterprise CarShare Program Ends

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The Enterprise CarShare Program at Boise State University ended as of Dec. 31, 2017. Any current annual members of the program will receive a prorated refund for the unused annual fees paid. Enterprise CarShare asks that all members ensure their …

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Annual Chili Competition and Fundraiser Feb. 23

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Mark your calendars now for one of the hottest events of the year, an action-packed chili cook-off and fundraiser from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, in the Allen Noble Hall of Fame. Proceeds support the Goodwill Fund that assists classified employees …

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Research Shows Treasure Valley Farmland Halved in 80 Years if Development Trends Continue

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When most people think of land preservation, they envision forests, not farmlands. However, many farmers in the Treasure Valley are concerned about the recent rapid loss of farmland to development, as this area has about 365,600 acres of the most …

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Boise State Faculty Featured in Boise Philharmonic Stravinsky Piece

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Three members of Boise State’s faculty — Richard Klautsch, Gordon Reinhart, professors of theatre arts, and Linda Kline, a professor of viola — will play roles in the Boise Philharmonic Chamber Series performance of Igor Stravinsky’s “The Soldier’s Story” on …

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Fettuccine Forum Jan. 17 Tackles ‘Media Literacy: Fake News, Politics and Power’

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Seth Ashley, associate professor of journalism and media studies in the Department of Communication, will facilitate a discussion on Jan. 17 at Boise City Hall to help consumers of media build their media literacy, analyze information, as well as spot hoaxes …

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