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Boise State Prof Offers Insight on this Summer’s Solar Eclipse

Brian Jackson talks to an audience about eclipses

In the half-hour podcast, Jackson discusses the best places to see the eclipse, how to safely view it and more.

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Boise River Water Flow to Increase through Friday

Friendship bridge in winter

Releases from Lucky Peak Dam will be increased incrementally over the next few days to accommodate high levels of snow melt in the mountains. By Friday, the Boise River will be at 6,000 cubic feet per second (CFS). Flood stage …

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Talkin’ Broncos Take First Place at Oregon State Tournament

Photo of 2016-17 Talkin Broncos team

The Boise State University Talkin’ Broncos took first place in Overall Sweepstakes at the 11th annual Earl Wells Memorial Speakeasy at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, Feb. 18-19, beating out other noteworthy northwest schools including College of Western Idaho, …

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Discount Parking Passes Available for Cyclists for Severe Weather Commuting

Bronco sculpture covered in snow

The Cycle Learning Center and Department of Public Safety are offering discounted parking passes for those on campus who are typically bicycle commuters. The two departments understand that this year’s unusual winter conditions have had an impact on bicycle commuting and …

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Political Activist’s Life Story Told in Film Screening March 8

Andrew Finstuen

“An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story,” a documentary produced by Honors College Dean Andrew Finstuen, will be screened at 6 p.m. March 8 in the Skaggs Hall of Learning in the Micron Business and Economics Building. The film is …

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Celebrate Latina Filmmakers at Mujeres y Film Festival

Sonya Rosario

Celebrate Women’s History Month with “Mujeres y Film: A Celebration of Latina and Latin American Women Filmmakers.”

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Free Tickets for Women’s Basketball Feb. 22

Photo of Bronco Head Logo

Faculty and staff are invited to pick up two free tickets to watch the women’s basketball team take on the University of Nevada at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22, in Taco Bell Arena. Employees may also purchase additional tickets for …

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Inaugural Adam Smith Lecture March 28

Vernon L. Smith stands next to a bust of Adam Smith known as the "founder" of modern economics.

The Department of Economics is hosting the inaugural Adam Smith Lecture at 6 p.m. March 28 in the Simplot BD Ballroom. The speaker will be Vernon L. Smith, a 2002 Nobel Laureate in economic sciences and George L. Argyros Endowed …

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Nominations Now Being Accepted for Professional Staff of the Year

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Do you have a colleague who always seems to go above and beyond? Someone who practices the university’s shared values in every interaction? A team member who works collaboratively outside their own unit to create an inclusive environment for students, …

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Construction Management Student Team Scores Success at Competition

Construction Management first-place trophy

The Boise State University Construction Management department took 37 students to the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Student Competition held Feb. 8-11 in Reno, Nevada.  The Commercial Team was awarded first place in the Region 6 Commercial category. During the …

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Seeking Host Families for April 2-May 27

Students in the helmet car

The Intensive English Program is looking for short-term host families from April 2-May 27 for a group of graduate students from Taiwan. The students are bilingual in English and Chinese and will be in Boise for eight weeks to complete …

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Apply Now for CTL’s Summer Course Design Institutes

Friendship bridge in winter

The Center for Teaching and Learning is now accepting applications for May Summer Course Design Institutes. This year, the CTL is offering a Course Design Institute 2.0 in addition to Course Design Institute 1.0. In CDI 1.0, a five-day working institute, participants …

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