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Campus Blood Drive Scheduled for Oct. 25

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​Join Boise State ​students and ​colleagues in donating blood in support of the American Red Cross. The event is sponsored by the Boise State Red Cross Club. The blood drive is from 10:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the Student Union Building. To …

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Partnership with BAM Provides More Than Just Free Admission

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Boise State and Boise Art Museum (BAM) are celebrating a 13-year partnership that provides current students, faculty and staff receive free admission to the museum with their valid Boise State ID card. Special class and group visits to BAM also …

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Graduate College Seeks Associate Dean in Residence

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The Graduate College at Boise State is excited to offer graduate faculty the opportunity to join the college as an associate dean in residence. The goals of this initiative include: 1) bringing graduate faculty expertise and insight into the Graduate …

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Bosses Breakfast is Set for Oct. 13

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Did you get a calendar notification saying that next week’s annual Bosses Breakfast was cancelled? Worry not, that cancellation was simply an error. The event is still on and there’s still time to register. The 2017 Boise State University Association …

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Learn About Faculty180 Reporting Software

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The Office of Institutional Research has scheduled drop-in labs for faculty who would like to learn more about the university’s faculty activity reporting software, Faculty180. The sessions will cover how to enter teaching, research and service data and how to …

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University Partners Promote ‘Language Of Possibility’ at Annual STEM Night

Elyssa Williams, Boise State Elementary Education student, guides a STEM night participant through the Mobile App Creation lab.

The event brought over 500 students, families, educators and the public together at Garfield Elementary.

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Accessibility Resource Fair Highlights Campus Access Technology

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Access technology and universal design will be showcased at Boise State’s first Accessibility Resource Fair from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, in the SUB. Staff, faculty and students are invited to attend the event in Jordan A and B. …

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Social Media 101 Brownbag Lunch Presentation Oct. 13

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Do you feel like you need to learn more about Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms available today? Join University Communications and Marketing and Advancement Communications at noon Friday, Oct. 13, at the Alumni and Friends Center ballroom for …

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Photo of the Week — Oct. 3

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Catch Mitchell Clement (left) as Lt. Osborne and Francisco Negron (right) as 2nd Lt. Raleigh in “Journey’s End,” on stage now until Oct. 8 in the Danny Peterson Theater. For more information, visit Boise State’s Theatre Arts Department website. Photo …

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$1.5 Million Grant Will Bolster Underrepresented Student Populations in Biomedical Sciences

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An intercollegiate team led by Boise State University has been awarded the NIH grant.

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Help Fund Scholarships with ‘Take Your Metal to Work Day’ Oct. 13

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Boise State University will be hosting “Take Your Metal to Work Day” to collect metal for recycling and help raise money for scholarships. A metal drop-off point will be placed on the lot to the west of 1129 S. Euclid …

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Broken Water Line Closes Part of University Drive Tuesday

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UPDATED at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, with good news: Road and water crews finished work and repaired the road. It reopened Wednesday evening. A water line under University Drive near the Student Union Building broke Monday evening and forced …

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