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Boise State, College of Idaho Researchers Awarded Grant to Create, Test New Giardia Drugs

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The microscopic parasite Giardia can be found within Idaho, every region of the U.S. and around the world.

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Photo of the Week — Sept. 19

Photo from the 2017 splatter party.

Lia Crumpton, a first-year student studying supply chain management, enjoys the 2017 Blue and Orange Splatter Party, hosted by the Student Involvement and Leadership Center. Blue and orange paint flies through the air at the annual event that kicks Bronco …

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Boise State is a Vital Economic Driver Across Idaho

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Idaho’s largest public university drove $667.2 million of the state’s economy in fiscal year 2015 and created 6,987 jobs across the state, according to a report being compiled in time for the legislative session by Tripp Umbach.

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Schedule a Session with TIAA Financial Investment

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TIAA Financial Investment representative Shane Roghaar will be on the Boise State campus Sept. 19-21 to meet with employees about investment options. You may schedule a one-on-one retirement investment counseling session with Roghaar by clicking on the registration link on …

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Graduate College Holds First College-Wide Meeting

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The Graduate College held its inaugural college-wide meeting this fall. Graduate faculty from all over campus enjoyed gathering together and learning the state of the graduate college. Dean Tammi Vacha-Haase provided faculty with an overview presentation and shared the college’s …

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Show the Treasure Valley How You Live BroncoFit at the FitOne Expo

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Boise State University’s College of Health Sciences will be immersed in St. Luke’s FitOne this year. The college will host a vendor booth at the 2017 St. Luke’s FitOne Healthy Living Expo. Swing by the Boise Centre between noon and …

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Who Gives to Blue, Orange and You – the Campus Giving Campaign?

Mark Plew, Studio Portrait

Mark G. Plew, professor of anthropology at Boise State University, created the Wesley R. and Mary Hurt endowed scholarship, a scholarship that provides support of student research projection archaeology. Plew was inspired to endow the scholarship by many individuals, one …

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Artist Hasan Elahi Talks Art, Surveillance and Citizenship Sept. 21

Internationally renowned artist Hasan Elahi, an associate professor of art at the University of Maryland, will be on campus at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21 in the Liberal Arts Building, room 106, for a public lecture titled “Hiding in Plain …

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Portions of Lincoln Avenue, Belmont Drive to Close for Construction

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Portions of streets neighboring the Boise State campus will be temporary closed for work on city sewer lines Sept. 20-29. Just south of the rec field and north of the sand volleyball courts, Belmont Drive, between Oakland and Lincoln avenues, …

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Boise State Adopts New Interior Signage Designs

Pitured is the steel B sculpture at Boise State University

Boise State University has made great efforts in recent years to develop design standards that can be applied throughout the campus and ensure all spaces are accessible to everyone, easy to navigate and reflect a consistent and welcoming university experience. …

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First Completion of BUILD Certificate Aimed at Inclusive Excellence

W.W. Norton Releases Debut Novel

The BUILD program, started earlier this year, seeks to assist campus educators in expanding their knowledge and engagement with inclusion and diversity in higher education.

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First Cohort of MSW Online Students Graduates as Fall Semester Begins

As new students moved into residence halls, participated in convocation and began their Boise State adventure this fall, the first cohort of students in the online Master of Social Work celebrated the end of their Boise State journey with a …

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