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Revision to Policies on Academic Grievance Grade Appeal and Independent Study/Directed Research

Campus policies 3130 (Academic Grievance Grade Appeal) and 3050 (Independent Study/Directed Research) have been revised and are available online.

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Photo Exhibition Highlights Idaho Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month

Two Boise State students have been selected to participate in the “Idaho Historic Gems — Past and Present Public Buildings Throughout our State” photo exhibition.

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Campus Policy Revision Available Online

Campus policy 4490 has been revised and is available at the Policies and Procedures Web site.

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Jazz Fest, Vocal Ensemble Highlight Jazz Month

In the words of Ken Burns, “The art of jazz helps us to understand who we are as Americans.” April is National Jazz Appreciation Month and Boise State will offer numerous opportunities to engage in the conversation about what jazz is. The 13th annual Gene Harris Jazz Festival is April 22-24 and the Boise State Vocal Jazz Ensemble performs April 21.

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Census Countdown: Mail Back Census Forms by April 16

Personal visits to non-responding households begin May 1. Households have until April 16 to mail back their form, as the Census Bureau must begin preparing to train temporary census workers to gather census responses in person from households that did not mail back their forms.

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Peer Education Program Receives Regional Award

University Health Services received the Outstanding Peer Education Program Award for the region from BACCHUS.

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Food for Thought Addresses ‘Myths, Realities and Research’

The next “Food for Thought” is scheduled for 2:45-3:45 p.m. Thursday, April 15, at the Bronco Zone at the Stueckle Sky Center. The event is followed by Bronco PrimeTime.

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Volunteers Needed for 2010 Spring Commencement

The university commencement committee is seeking volunteers to help at the spring commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 15.

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University Health Services Announces Four Classes

University Health Services announces a healthy back class and a yoga class for Boise State students.

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Design the T-shirt for Staff Appreciation Week May 24-30

Mark your calendars for Staff Appreciation Week, coming May 24-30. A T-shirt will be created for the week’s events and Boise State staff are invited to create the design.

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Applications for Boise State Teaching Scholars Program Due April 16

Applications to become part of a 2010-2011 Boise State Teaching Scholars community are due by noon this Friday, April 16.

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Women’s Center Presents Take Back the Night April 16

The Women’s Center, along with several community partners, will present a Take Back the Night rally and march at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 16, at Boise Centre on the Grove.

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