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Photo of the Week – Jan. 17

The campus community marching during the 2017 MLK Day march.

The campus community came together on Martin Luther King Jr. Day for the annual “Day of Greatness” march and rally. The group marched from the Student Union Building down Capitol Boulevard to the State Capitol. Photo by Patrick Sweeney

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Teacher Education Workshops Jan. 18, 24, 28

Administration building at dusk

The Office of Teacher Education is hosting spring 2017 application and interview workshops: 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18 10:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24 11:30-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28 All workshops will be held in the Wallace Conference Room on the …

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Middle-Schoolers Compete to Build the Cities of Tomorrow

A Future City winning team with their model.

For a sneak peek at the cities of tomorrow, stop by Boise State University on Saturday, Jan. 21, where the brightest young minds in the region will be building them out of raw creativity. Part of National Engineers Week, Future …

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Plan Now for Hispanic Film Festival at Boise State Feb. 13-24

All the screenings in this inaugural film festival are free and open to the public, and include English subtitles.

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In the Midst of a ‘Widespread’ Flu Season, It’s Not Too Late for a Flu Shot

According to the Center for Disease Control, flu activity in Idaho is at its worst, which the organization characterizes as “widespread.” On campus, Health Services has reported several cases in the past week. Fortunately, Health Services still has doses of …

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Get Discounted Tickets to Judy Collins

Portrait of Judy Collins.

Faculty and staff are invited to purchase discounted tickets to “An Evening with Judy Collins” at Morrison Center. The performance is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1. Get 20 percent off of Level 2 tickets by using the promotional code …

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Faculty180 Drop-in Sessions Offered

Friendship bridge in winter

Do you have questions about Faculty180, or would you like in-person help using the system? Drop-in sessions will be held across campus in January and February. Visit https://faculty180.boisestate.edu or email your questions to the Faculty180 administrators at faculty180@boisestate.edu. Drop-in Sessions: Jan. 17, 2-4 p.m. in …

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Answering Data Questions with Pyramid Analytics

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 answers to your data questions. Training is available for …

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Two Free Basketball Tickets for Employee Appreciation Night

Men's basketball

Faculty and staff are invited to pick up two free tickets to watch the men’s basketball team take on the University of Nevada at 8 p.m. Jan. 25 in Taco Bell Arena. Present your Boise State ID at the Athletics …

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Greenbelt Traffic to be Detoured at Broadway Bridge

A photo of the Broadway Bridge over the Boise River.

The Greenbelt on the south side of the Boise River near the Broadway Bridge will be detoured starting Monday, Jan. 16, while the Idaho Transportation Department installs permanent pavement and railing on the path. The detour is expected to be in …

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Annual Engineering and Science Festival is Feb. 4

Students demonstrate control of a small robot.

Participants can enjoy dozens of hands-on activities, demonstrations and interactive science shows aimed at all ages.

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Join the 8-Week Challenge to Improve Your Health and Fitness

Photo of Eternal Winds sculpture.

Students in the kinesiology department invite faculty and staff to participate in the spring semester 8-Week Challenge, a friendly competition between Boise State employees to see who can improve their health and fitness the most. Faculty and staff who commit to participate …

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