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Weather to Impact Campus Operations on Semester’s Opening Days

Students, faculty and staff are urged to be cautious as winter weather continues to affect the region.

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Photo of the Week – Jan. 6

Photo of Boise State graduate students and professor underwater with Boise State flag.

Graduate level students in professor Shawn Simonson’s Hyperbaric Physiology course got an opportunity to apply their coursework during a dive and service trip to Roatan, Honduras, over winter break. Students participated in a fall semester course where they deepened their …

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Grant Will Fund Boise State Public Radio Tech Upgrades

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A $240,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust will upgrade key technology and equipment in Boise State Public Radio’s (BSPR) transmission network and network operations center. The project will allow BSPR to maintain ongoing reliability, more efficiently address emergencies …

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Essential Boise State Functions Remain Open But Flexibility Encouraged

Facilities crews are hard at work battling the snow and trying to make campus as accessible and safe as possible, but services will be limited.

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First Public Policy and Administration Ph.D. Graduate Joins Idaho Policy Institute

Portrait of Matthew May in the Capitol Building

Recent doctoral graduate Matthew May has joined the university’s new Idaho Policy Institute as a post-doctoral associate. May was part of the Public Policy and Administration program’s inaugural Ph.D. cohort and the first to complete this degree at Boise State. …

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Process Improvement Symposium Nominees Announced

Photo of Eternal Winds sculpture.

During the month of December, members of the campus community nominated individuals and departments for innovation in business processes big and small. Nominees have demonstrated excellence in areas such as leading change with a positive and proactive attitude, reducing the …

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Another Winter Storm Expected on Wednesday

Forecasters are predicting as much as 2-5 inches of snow.

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Boise State Artists Present Advocates for Art Jan. 5-7

art by Jill AnnieMargaret

Alumni, staff, students and faculty present Advocates for Art, an immersive, free exhibition that will transform the rooms of the Family Advocates building downtown Jan. 5-7. Family Advocates is a local non-profit agency that works to keep abused children out of …

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Karin Adams

Karin Adams

Karin Adams Assistant Professor School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health College of Health Sciences Karin Adams published an article in the Journal of Environmental Health volume 79.4.   Indoor hockey officials might be at high …

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Samantha Davis

Samantha Davis

Samantha Davis Clinical Assistant Professor School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Respiratory Care College of Health Sciences Samantha Davis has been elected to be a board member for the National Asthma Educator Certification Board (NAECB) for the 2017-2019 term. …

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Where to Eat on Campus During the Break

Many campus dining locations will be closed or observe alternate hours during the winter break. All campus dining locations will be closed Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1 and 2, and some will be closed throughout the break. The …

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Celebrate Year of the Rooster Jan. 28 at China Night

Chinese dancer.

The Boise State University Chinese Club will host the annual China Night from 6:30-9 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28. The event heralding the Year of the Rooster will be held in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom. The evening includes a Chinese …

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