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Space Still Available for Faculty Learning Community

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The Center for Teaching and Learning has partnered with Boise State’s English language support programs to offer an extended experience to help faculty be prepared for and take advantage of our increasingly cross-cultural and multilingual classrooms. There are limited spaces …

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Memorial Planned for Legendary Idaho Political Leader Cecil Andrus

Cecil Andrus receives an honorary doctorate from Boise State in 2004.

Cecil D. Andrus, a Democrat, the only Idahoan elected four times as the state’s governor and the former Secretary of the Interior under President Jimmy Carter, has died in Boise. He was 85 years old. Andrus’ death late Thursday resulted …

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Boise State Researchers Awarded $1.6 Million to Develop Video Training Modules for Math Teachers

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This project aims to improve prospective teachers’ ability to recognize, analyze and make connections between students’ ideas in functional reasoning contexts.

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Campus Community Remembers Anthropology Professor Virginia Cox

T. Virginia Cox, associate professor emerita of anthropology, passed away Aug. 6 at the age of 79. She will be remembered by the campus community for her leadership and passion for introducing students to the field of anthropology. “My first …

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Boise State Earns National Recognition for Success with Retention, Graduation Rates

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Boise State University is one of five universities in the nation being nationally recognized for innovative efforts to help students stay in college and complete their degrees.

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Boise Chamber Music Series Offers Free Preview Performance Sept. 8

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On Friday, Sept. 8, the Aulos Ensemble offers a free preview of the formal evening concert opening the 2017-18 Boise Chamber Music Series. The free event will take place from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Morrison Center Recital Hall at Boise State …

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Boise State Biophysicist Awarded NIH Grant to Study How the Genome Works

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Matt Ferguson was awarded a three-year, $410,000 award to study and help explain the basic functions of the human genome.

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Vote for Taco Bell Arena on Best of Boise Ballot

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Taco Bell Arena on Boise State’s campus is up for “Best Music Venue” in the Boise Weekly’s Best of Boise 2017. Earlier this summer, the arena took second place to Idaho Botanical Garden in the Best of the Treasure Valley …

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Say Goodbye to Bronco Shop’s Touchdown Monday, Hello to Gear Up Monday

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The Boise State Bronco Shop is upgrading this year’s football promotion. Gear Up Monday will take the place of Touchdown Monday, offering 25 percent off full-price Bronco Shop merchandise each Monday before a home game. No need to count the …

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Download Boise State Desktop Wallpaper

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The Office of Communications and Marketing invites the Boise State community to use new Boise State-branded computer wallpaper on their computers and devices. The new wallpaper selection features photography of our beautiful campus throughout the year. To change your computer …

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Politics and Policy Brown Bag Lunches Resume This Fall

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The Center for Idaho History and Politics resumes its popular “Politics and Policy” brown bag lunch series at noon on Tuesday, Aug. 29, with two speakers discussing authoritarian rule in Turkey and U.S. presidential activism. Each brown bag lecture will …

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Annual Health and Wellness Screenings on Campus Sept. 6-8

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When life gets busy, it’s not always easy to schedule an annual wellness screening with your medical provider. As a part of BroncoFit, Boise State is bringing wellness screenings to you. Preventative Health will host health screening clinics on campus …

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