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Kustra Delivers $100 Million State Budget Proposal to Legislature

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Boise State University President Bob Kustra presented the university’s proposed budget to state lawmakers Tuesday. The Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee, composed of both House and Senate members, considers all state funding before presenting appropriations bills to the full Legislature. Gov. Butch Otter …

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Boise State Staff, Alumnae Nominated as ‘Women of the Year’

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The Idaho Business Review has selected two Boise State staff members, along with numerous alumnae and State Board of Education members, as 2018 Women of the Year. The award celebrates women who are shaping Idaho’s economic and community wellbeing through …

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Retirement Reception for Theresa Bow Thursday, Jan. 25

Pitured is the steel B sculpture at Boise State University

After 20 years of service to Boise State University, Theresa Bow will retire on Jan. 26.  The campus community is invited to an open house celebrating her retirement as personnel technician for Human Resources from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. …

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Michael Callahan Awarded NASA Grant to Study Organic Material Found on Asteroids

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Scientists and researchers have long studied meteorites – the masses of rock-like space material that falls through the Earth’s atmosphere to land on our planet.

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Bronco Mini-‘Shark Tank’: See Local Entrepreneurs Prepare for the Big Pitch

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See Idaho entrepreneurs practice their business pitches for an upcoming investor event in Salt Lake City.

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Celebrate 70 Years of Fulbrights Jan. 24

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Join the Center for Global Education from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Fulbright program at the Yanke Family Research Park. The celebration is a great opportunity to learn about the variety of Fulbright …

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One-Day Conference to Offer Family Caregivers Training, Resources, Support

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The seventh annual Family Caregiver Conference, designed to support family caregivers, will be held from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, in the Boise State Student Union Building. Every day, thousands of Idahoans work 24/7, with love and dedication taking …

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Register for the Spring 2018 10-Week Fitness Challenge

Michele Armstrong, staff participant in the Fall 2017 Challenge, and her trainer Dani Mosbrucker

Students in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology invite faculty and staff to participate in the 10-week challenge. The 10-week challenge is an opportunity to improve health and fitness for the upcoming spring, give students an outstanding …

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Faculty Scholarships Available for Refugee Conference Feb. 5-6

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Faculty and staff interested in attending the Idaho Conference on Refugees Feb 5-6 at Boise State can access a scholarship through the provost’s office that covers more than half of the registration fee. The scholarship reduces the cost to attend from $110 …

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Photo of the Week — Jan. 18

MLK Day march

Boise State students joined with the community for the Day of Greatness March and Rally. The university’s MLK Living Legacy Celebration continues with a keynote address by Melissa Harris-Perry at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 22. Harris-Perry is the Maya Angelou Presidential Chair …

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Boise State Survey Shows Continuing Importance of Education, Economic Issues

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The School of Public Service survey asked respondents about their attitudes concerning several key policy issues, including taxes, health care, education and workforce development.

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Max’s Minute: OIT Innovation Is More Than Technology

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In his latest video blog, associate vice president and chief information officer Max Davis-Johnson talks about how the Office of Information Technology is innovating through people and processes to develop new applications for faculty and colleges, and migrate university website …

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