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New Campus Printer Service Available Through OIT

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The Office of Information Technology Customer Care team has been working to lower the costs and environmental impacts of printing and copying on campus. In December, Customer Care launched the new and dramatically improved Department Print Services, which includes printing, …

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Andrus Center Hosts ‘Why Public Lands Matter’ Conference March 28

Scenic shot of foothills in the winter

Federal lands make up nearly 62 percent of Idaho. Only the states of Nevada and Utah have a greater percentage of land owned by the federal government, with nearly 85 percent and 65 percent, respectively, although Alaska tops them all …

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Photo of the Week – Feb. 15

Students, Dean Goulder and Jordan Rosengrant, set up a still life in Jon Sadler's Art 444 Advanced Photography class.

Boise State students Dean Goulder and Jordan Rosengrant set up a still life in Jon Sadler’s Art 444 Advanced Photography class, where they are learning how to make paper negatives with an 8×10 view camera. Creativity is a skill valued …

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Comedian Daniel Tosh Presale Tickets Available Feb. 15

Daniel Tosh

Daniel Tosh and special guests will visit Taco Bell Arena at 7:30 p.m. May 3. Pre-sale tickets are available from 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, to 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, at http://tacobellarena.com/2017/daniel-tosh-exclusive-presale/. Students may purchase a $20 ticket but …

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René Delaney’s Retirement Reception is March 1

Portrait of René Delaney

The university community is invited to a reception in honor of René Delaney, who is retiring. The reception is at 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, at the Student Recreation Center. A Boise State employee for more than 28 years, Delaney …

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Teaching Visit Opportunities Available Now

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Spring 2017 Teaching Visits, a WIDER PERSIST program administered by the Center for Teaching and Learning, are officially under way. The program uses classroom visits to provide an opportunity for faculty interested in adopting evidence based instructional practices or active learning …

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Working Toward Better Snowfall Mapping in Forested Areas

JP Marshall and colleague measuring snow properties.

Snow scientist HP Marshall is working on a NASA project testing new approaches to mapping snow water equivalent in forested areas.

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Students Gain Insight Into Banking Careers

Photo of Eternal Winds sculpture.

Careers You Can Bank On, a panel discussion and networking event sponsored by the Idaho Chapter of the Risk Management Association (RMA) and organized by the College of Business and Economics (COBE), on Feb. 9 exposed COBE students to career …

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Free MakerLab Workshops at the Library

Photo of a MakerLab workshop.

There are several free MakerLab workshops coming up at Albertsons Library. As always, the workshops are free, one hour long, open to everyone and include all materials. Upcoming workshops include: Cell phone photography tips and tricks – 2 p.m. Friday, …

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Department Head Lillian Smith Talks Community and Environmental Health

Friendship Bridge

Last semester, a new major quietly debuted in the College of Health Sciences.

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Boise State Prof Helps Discover New Planetary System

A new planetary system discovered through Brian Jackson’s SuPerPiG (Short Period Planets Group) has received official recognition.

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IDEA Shop Offers Free Accessibility Training

Administration building at dusk

Instructional Design and Educational Assessment (IDEA Shop) invites faculty and staff to attend screenings of two webinars about electronic accessibility in education. Produced by 3Play Media in conjunction with Blackboard and Texas Tech University, the webinars will be screened from …

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