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Jenny Alderden

Jenny Alderden

Jenny Alderden Assistant Professor School of Nursing College of Health Sciences Jenny Alderden recently had her manuscript, “Predicting Pressure Injury Among Critical Care Patients: A Machine Learning Model,” published to the highly regarded health care journal, American Journal of Critical …

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Cara Gallegos and Pam Gehrke

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Cara Gallegos and Pam Gehrke Assistant Professor and Associate Professor School of Nursing College of Health Sciences Cara Gallegos, Pamela Gehrke and Hannah Nakashima, an undergraduate nursing student, are celebrating the publication of their manuscript, “Can Mobile Devices be Used …

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Free Kickboxing Classes Offered Every Wednesday

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Boise State faculty and staff are encouraged to join BroncoFit Lunchbox Kickbox, a 40-minute class focusing on a mix of cardio, toning and stretching that takes place 12:10-12:50 p.m. every Wednesday in the Kinesiology Annex, Room 201. The class is free …

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Call for Instagram Submissions for Black (and White) Friday

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Boise State University invites student, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to submit black and white photography and film by Tuesday, Nov. 20, to be featured via the @BoiseStateUniversity Instagram channel on Friday, Nov. 23 (Black Friday). Images and video …

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Building Closures for the Thanksgiving Holiday

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Boise State University buildings will be closed Thursday, Nov. 22, and Friday, Nov. 23, to recognize the Thanksgiving holiday. Unless specifically requested and approved by the building coordinator or area owner, all electronically controlled exterior and interior doors on campus …

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Nominate Faculty for University Foundations Teaching Awards by Dec. 1

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Administrators, faculty, staff and students are encouraged to nominate exemplary Boise State faculty members for University Foundations teaching awards by Dec. 1. The awards recognize the essential contribution those teaching non-majors make to the core mission of public education: to …

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Karen Henry Named Associate Vice President of Sponsored Programs

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Prior to being named associate vice president, Henry acted as both the assistant director and executive director of the Office of Sponsored Programs.

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Federal Grant Will Help Researchers Study Changing Soil Structure

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A new Boise State University study funded by a grant of more than $700,000 from the National Science Foundation will look at the influence of changing soil structures on water resources in the United States. Alejandro Flores, an associate professor …

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Two Free Football Tickets Available to Faculty, Staff

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In appreciation of the important work that Boise State faculty and staff do, athletics is offering two free tickets to the final home game of the football season. The Broncos take on Utah State on Saturday, Nov. 24 (kick-off time …

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Celebrate Our Employee Military Veterans Nov. 12

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Boise State University proudly employees nearly 200 former and active duty military members at Boise State. In addition, more than 1,000 current and former military members are enrolled as students. The campus community is invited to celebrate their service during …

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Graduate Research Shows Hiking Lowers Stress Levels

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Researchers have created a novel new way of demonstrating the positive physiological effects nature can have on humans by measuring their saliva.

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Still a Chance to Provide Feedback to Presidential Search Firm

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Faculty, staff and students who were unable to attend one of the Boise State University’s presidential search listening sessions held on campus from Oct. 29-31 – or have new or additional thoughts — are invited to fill out a survey created …

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