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Campus Invited to Participate in Boise River Sweep on Sept. 29

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Members of the Boise State campus are invited to participate in a fall Boise River Sweep from 2-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29. Students, faculty and staff can join in to help clean up the river’s edge near campus as part …

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Teach-in on ‘History, Heritage or Propaganda: Should Confederate Monuments Come Down?’

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Adjunct faulty member Elizabeth Swearingen will present a teach-in titled “History, Heritage or Propaganda: Should Confederate Monuments Come Down?” from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, in Albertsons Library Room 201C. Why did Charlottesville’s confederate monuments, which had been of little …

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‘Idaho’ Author Emily Ruskovich Reading is Oct. 18

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The newest addition to the MFA program’s faculty, Ruskovich will read from her acclaimed debut novel, “Idaho.”

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Ramirez Offers Lecture on Scientific Discourse in Latina Modernist Literature

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Associate professor of English Dora Ramirez will present a lecture from her new book at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept 28, in the Student Diversity Center. Her lecture is titled  “‘A Gift from God’: Scientific Discourse in Latina Modernist Literature.” Of her latest …

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Idaho Policy Institute Helping Bring ‘Housing First’ to Boise

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New Path Community Housing broke ground on Sept. 20 as Idaho’s first “housing first” development and the School of Public Service’s Idaho Policy Institute, in an effort led by assistant director Vanessa Fry, is providing technical assistance to recommend goals …

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Alumna Earns NSF Research Fellowship to Study Mechanisms of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s

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Boise State University alumna Iva Stojkovska has been awarded a highly competitive graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The three-year research fellowship includes a $34,000 annual stipend and $12,000 education allotment. Stojkovska graduated from Boise State as a Top …

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Morrison Center Named Cultural Ambassador for City of Boise

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As part of the recognition, the Morrison Center will act as one of Boise’s honorary representatives to the world.

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Free Speech at Boise State University

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Across the country, matters of free speech have taken the spotlight. In accordance with the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Boise State University recognizes and supports the rights of free expression and speech, and remains a place for the …

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Know a Worthy Candidate for an Honorary Doctorate?

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Honorary doctoral degrees are awarded by Boise State to recognize individuals of outstanding accomplishment in scholarship, creativity, public service, education or contributions to human welfare. Previous recipients include Michael Hoffman, former Governor Cecil Andrus, Steve Appleton, Ralph Peterson, Barbara Morgan, …

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Artist Zach Tate Visits Campus Oct. 5-6

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Zach Tate, a ceramics artist, is coming to Boise State University as a visiting artist. Tate will present a two-day workshop from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 5-6 in the Liberal Arts Building, Room 150. The workshop is funded through the Clay and …

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Arts and Humanities Institute 2017-18 Call for Proposals

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The Arts and Humanities Institute (AHI) is accepting grant applications from Boise State University faculty and staff for funding of projects in the arts and humanities. The limit to AHI participation will be $1,000, with a larger contribution possible in …

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Free Research Webcast for Faculty, Graduate Students Sept. 22

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The College of Business and Economics invites interested faculty and graduate students to the semester’s first live webcast at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 22, in the Micron Business and Economics Building’s Executive MBA Room 4100. The webcast features Jeff Edwards, a Belk …

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