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See Other Boiseans Through ‘SEEN,’ a New Trueblood Gallery Exhibit

The Student Union Exhibition Series presents “SEEN,” the photographic work of Carissa Sindon on show Aug. 20-Sept. 24 in the Student Union Trueblood Gallery. In “SEEN,” Sindon focuses her camera on individuals in the Boise community. Documenting the alley scape as …

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Celebrate 200 Years of Bicycling with ‘Cycling Through: A Story of Community and Change’

Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the invention of the bicycle, the Student Union Exhibition Series is proud to present “Cycling Through: A Story of Community and Change” Aug. 20-Sept. 24. The exhibition is guest curated by Boise State undergraduate student …

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Del Parkinson Performs on Campus Sept. 7, 10

Del Parkinson

As part of the Faculty Artist Series, music professor Del Parkinson will perform a piano program titled “That’s Amore!” in the Morrison Center recital hall Sept. 7 and 10.  The concert celebrates the universal topic of love in selections by …

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President Kustra: Boise State Will Be a Leader in Preparing Students for Success Beyond the Major

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Boise State University President Bob Kustra challenged the faculty and staff of Idaho’s largest university Wednesday to tackle the challenges facing higher education with a “ceaseless focus on our students and their success.”

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New School of Public Service Building Planned for West End of Campus

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It will be located across University Drive from the Micron Business and Economics Building on the southwest corner of campus.

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Marilyn Shuler Human Rights Initiative to Focus on Education, Unity and Advocacy  

Marilyn Shuler receives her honorary doctorate

The initiative will offer human rights education and teach smart advocacy skills on campus. It will eventually include an academic certificate in human rights issues and advocacy, as well as offer events open to all in the community.

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Boise State Announces Formation of New School of the Arts

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Boise State University will be home to a new School of the Arts, President Bob Kustra announced on Aug. 16 during his annual campus-wide State of the University address to faculty and staff. The new School of the Arts, which …

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Swig64 Winners Are Paragons of Hydration

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The Broncofit Swig64 employee wellness challenge began on July 10 and encouraged Boise State faculty and staff to hydrate more throughout the day. The goal was to drink 64 ounces per day for 28 days. There were 127 participants in the …

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Boise State Offers Deadline Extension for Wildland Firefighters

Fire Management

With the 2017 escalating fire season in Idaho and the West, Boise State University is extending the deadlines for firefighters for admissions, registration, fee payment, housing check-in and dropping or adding a class. The university recognizes these students’ roles in …

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Retirement Reception for Lori Dawkins is Aug. 18

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Join fellow faculty and staff members for a retirement reception in honor of Lori Dawkins on Aug. 18. Dawkins began working for Boise State University in 1988 in the Extended Studies office in Mountain Home. A few years later after …

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Learning Technology Changes for Fall 2017

Pitured is the steel B sculpture at Boise State University

Over the summer, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) was busy making improvements to the learning technologies you use every day. Check out the roundup of some of what’s new: Major updates to Blackboard features and design New features for iClicker Cloud …

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Answering Data Questions with Pyramid Analytics

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Accessing data and finding information is essential to daily operations and long-term evaluation of Boise State programs and services. Pyramid Analytics is a reporting tool that can be used to find answer to your data questions. Training is available for beginning users …

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