Skip to Main Content

Update

Your source for campus news

Susan Shadle Receives Boise State Distinguished Professor Honor

The campus community is invited to a reception in her honor from 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday, April 4.

Read More - Susan Shadle Receives Boise State Distinguished Professor Honor

The Ultimate Boise State Tailgating RV Could Be Yours

Photo of Blu-Ride RV.

The Boise State Alumni Association is selling raffle tickets for the ultimate Boise State tailgate RV, known as the Blu-Ride. The Blu-Ride is a retro, completely renovated 1978 GMC motor home that is all decked out in blue and orange. …

Read More - The Ultimate Boise State Tailgating RV Could Be Yours

Boise State Helps Power Engine, Talent of Treefort

This year, Boise State students, faculty and staff have even more reasons to stick around town during spring break thanks to Treefort Music Fest – the music, art and tech collaboration that will consume much of downtown Boise March 22-26. The campus …

Read More - Boise State Helps Power Engine, Talent of Treefort

Campus Awards Nominations Are Open

Boise State B logo

The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management is rolling out the blue carpet. It’s time to submit nominations for the 2017 Campus Awards Ceremony. Do you know a student group, staff or faculty member, or individual who rises above …

Read More - Campus Awards Nominations Are Open

Tutoring Available for Multilingual Students

Pitured is the steel B sculpture at Boise State University

English Language Support provides free one-on-one tutoring to multilingual students who can commit to meeting weekly with a tutor. Faculty and staff are encouraged to share this information with students. Those interested should contact Julia Drew at juliadrew@boisestate.edu to learn …

Read More - Tutoring Available for Multilingual Students

Attend a Graduate Defense

Picture of Eternal Winds sculpture

The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defenses: Spencer Nelson When: 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 9 Where: Math Building, Room 139 Title: The Random Graph and Reciprocity Laws Program: Master of Science in Mathematics Abstract: The theory of random graphs, …

Read More - Attend a Graduate Defense

Boise State, Idaho Power Launch High-Performance Computer

Photo of the HPC cluster

Any researcher on campus can submit a request to use it – in fact, multiple researchers can use it at once.

Read More - Boise State, Idaho Power Launch High-Performance Computer

English Department Reimagines Computer Labs as Active Learning Spaces

Students using the learning lab

There is a format to most computer labs: a podium, projector and white board at the front of the room, facing rows of long desks lined with 25 or so desktop computers. While this layout is entirely functional, last year …

Read More - English Department Reimagines Computer Labs as Active Learning Spaces

March 8 Art Exhibit Focuses on Stories, Portraits of Basque Immigrant Women

A photo of a Basque woman

On March 8, the Student Union Building Fine Arts Gallery will present the new exhibit Inner Strength: Portraits of Basque Immigrant Women, featuring the photographic work of Peter Oberlindacher and the ethnographic research of Begoña Pecharroman. A free, public reception …

Read More - March 8 Art Exhibit Focuses on Stories, Portraits of Basque Immigrant Women

Stargazing Party Looks at Extrasolar Planets March 3

Join the Boise State Department of Physics for a public stargazing party at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 3. The evening includes a lecture on extrasolar planets and what we can learn from them, presented by Kaloyan Penev of Princeton University. …

Read More - Stargazing Party Looks at Extrasolar Planets March 3

Recruiting Adults 50+ for Free Strength, Balance Class

Boise State B logo

The Department of Kinesiology is recruiting adults over the age of 50 and individuals who have functional limitations for a free eight-week strength, function and balance class. The goal of this class is to improve participants’ physical function and is …

Read More - Recruiting Adults 50+ for Free Strength, Balance Class

Graduate College Celebrates Research with Two April Events

Pitured is the steel B sculpture at Boise State University

The Graduate College is excited to host two events during the month of April celebrating student scholarship at Boise State University. Applications for both programs are due on Wednesday, March 1. For questions, contact Katie Stone at katiemstone@boisestate.edu or call …

Read More - Graduate College Celebrates Research with Two April Events