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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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Students, Faculty Help Make Innovation Day a Success

Capitol lit up with blue and orange lights

Faculty, staff and students helped turn science, emerging technology and research into interactive displays at JUMP’s inaugural Innovation Day. The students, affiliated with the makerspaces in Albertsons Library and the College of Innovation and Design, crafted stations designed to engage and inspire parents and …

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Hispanic Film Festival at Boise State is Feb. 13-24

The Department of World Languages at Boise State University presents the inaugural Hispanic Film Festival Feb. 13-24. All films are free and open to the public. Screenings are at 6 p.m. in Room 105 of Riverfront Hall and include English …

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Idaho Triennial Art Exhibition Features Boise State Artists

artwork by Lily Lee

On Feb. 18, the Boise Art Museum will debut the Idaho Triennial, a longstanding tradition and competitive exhibition for artists living and working in Idaho. Of the 180 Idaho artists who applied, only 24 artists were selected to participate. Of …

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Farewell Reception for Stacy Pearson is Feb. 22

Administration building and a sculpture

Pearson has spent that last 21 years serving Boise State University.

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Engineering Students Give Mobility to Kids with Disabilities

Female engineering students work to modify a battery-operated car.

Go Baby Go adapts battery-operated cars for young children with mobility challenges.

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Submit Summer Camp Information by March 10

The Office of Communications and Marketing is compiling a list of Boise State-sponsored summer camps for distribution to the media and the community. If your department is offering a summer camp aimed at kids or teens in the community, please …

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‘Better Call Saul’ Writer to Speak at Boise State

Heather Marion

The Boise State University Arts and Humanities Institute presents an evening with Heather Marion.

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