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Nov. 9 Talk: Fighting Fake News in Idaho

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Join Boise State scholars and Matt Christensen, editor of the Twin Falls Times-News, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom for a talk titled “Fighting Fake News in Idaho.” This talk is free and open …

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Compassionate Communities Conference: We Choose All of Us

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The Gender Equity Center will present the Compassionate Communities Conference: We Choose All of Us from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 28-29, in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom. In this two-day conference, presenters will envision a world where everyone …

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Books In Every Home PonyUp Campaign Successful

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Nearly 50 donors contributed more than $2,000 in cash during the three-week campaign to successfully fund the Books in Every Home PonyUp campaign. With these funds, supplemented by donations of gently used books, the senior capstone in literature class will …

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Find Gifts from the Heart at Annual Holiday Auction Nov. 17

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Boise State University Association of Office Professionals presents the annual holiday auction from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, in the Student Union Simplot Ballroom. Bid on great “Gifts from the Heart” during this fun event. Andy Giacomazzi, Richard Klautsch …

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Philosophy Prof Presentations on Personal Identity Nov. 10, 11

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Cody Gilmore, professor of philosophy at UC Davis, specializes in analytic metaphysics. He works on theories of parthood and location and explores questions about grounding, propositions, personal identity and the nature of death. He will present a talk titled “Personal …

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Nov. 7: Video 411 – Best Practices for Creating and Sharing Recorded Content with Students

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Video can be an engaging way to present information to your students. But what does it take to create a video, and how do you share it with others? This workshop will provide you with best practices for creating and …

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November Workshops and Events in the CTL

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The Center for Teaching and Learning is offering several workshops in November: Video 411: Best Practices for Creating and Sharing Recorded Content with Students Tuesday, Nov 7 10:30 a.m.-noon RFH 301 Addressing Barriers for Students Facing Mental Health Challenges Tuesday, …

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Nov. 7 Workshop: “Addressing Barriers for Students Facing Mental Health Challenges”

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Many college students face mental health challenges, and it’s not always clear what should be done when those mental health challenges become visible. The Center for Teaching and Learning offers a workshop on teaching students who have mental health challenges. …

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Graduate College Considers New Doctoral Program

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The Graduate College, in collaboration with the College of Education and the School of Public Service, is interested in exploring existing interest in a new doctoral degree in the area of Higher Education Leadership and Policy Studies.  To help better …

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Boise State Hosts Naturalization Ceremony on Campus

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There are two ways to become an American citizen: be born in the U.S. or go through a 10-step naturalization process that culminates in a citizenship test and naturalization ceremony. While most Americans haven’t attended a citizenship ceremony, hundreds of …

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Nov. 9 Teach-In: Can You Hear Me Now? Listening for Persuasion

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Join Brian Pappas from the Department of Public Policy and Administration will present a teach-in titled “Can You Hear Me Now? Listening and Persuasion” from noon-1 p.m. Nov. 9 in Albertsons Library, Room 201C. People believe listening is a passive …

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Celebrate Media Literacy Week at Boise State Nov. 6-10

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Celebrate Media Literacy Week Nov. 6-10 with the Idaho Media Initiative and Boise State’s Department of Communication. During the week, students and the public are invited to participate in several free campus events and activities to help raise awareness about media literacy. Monday …

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