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Join Team Boise State for the FitOne Race This September

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If you’ve ever thought about running a 5k but found the idea daunting, or if you’ve completed a few 5ks and are ready for the challenge of a 10k or even a half marathon, you should consider joining Team Boise State at the …

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Registration Open Now for 2017 Idaho Indian Education Summit

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Register now for the 2017 Idaho Indian Education Summit happening June 12-13. The summit, titled “Constructing Context for Equity in Education,” focuses on helping educators, administrators and other practitioners identify strategies and obtain knowledge to promote equitable practices, policies and opportunities for …

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Parking Permit Renewals Open June 5

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The renewal period for purchasing Boise State University parking permits opens Monday, June 5. The Department of Public Safety encourages all current reserve, commuter, garage, and accessible permit holders to renew their permits during the early renewal period. The remaining …

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Bronco Shop Semi-Annual Sale, June 5-23

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Come visit the Bronco Shop June 5-23 and receive 25-75 percent discounts on close out products. This is a three-week progressive discount sale – in other words, as the sale goes on, the prices get lower. This sale is available …

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Boise State Remembers Acclaimed Writer Denis Johnson

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Denis Johnson, an acclaimed fiction writer who lived part of each year in Northern Idaho and recently spent time on the Boise State University campus as a Distinguished Writer in Residence, has died at age 67. The Associated Press reported …

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Visit the World’s Fastest Vegetable Oil-Powered Vehicle May 27

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Several years ago, a Boise State University student club built the world’s fastest vegetable oil-powered vehicle, a truck that officially clocked 203 mph. Following that world record-setting victory, and with the help of Boise State’s Venture College, students Dave Schenker …

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Additional Security Questions Coming to PeopleSoft May 30

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On Tuesday, May 30, the Office of Information Technology will implement additional security measures to protect your privacy when accessing certain information in PeopleSoft (also known as Student Center.) Beginning May 30, you will be asked to verify your identity …

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Boise State Alumnus Named CEO of Influence

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Steve Woodworth, CEO of the non-profit, multi-service charity Idaho Youth Ranch, recently was named one of the Idaho Business Review’s CEOs of Influence. Woodworth graduated from Boise State University in 1988 with a master’s degree in public administration. Nominees for the …

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Center for School Improvement to Host Financial Literacy Camp for Kids

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This summer, the Center for School Improvement and Policy Studies will host Camp CashEd, an interactive financial literacy camp geared for youth ages 10-14. Attendees will participate in hands-on activities to solve a variety of financial challenges. Camp CashEd missions …

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Upward Bound to Participate in Summer Food Service Program

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Boise State University’s TRIO Upward Bound program will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program. As such, meals will be provided to all participants, without charge. Acceptance and participation requirements for the program and all activities are the same …

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May in Motion’s Funniest, Most Creative Commute Winners

Brian Martin, an instructional design consultant at Boise State, was the winner of last week’s funniest commute prize for this photo of his Greenbelt ride to work. “This is my amphibious vehicle, which I call a ‘bi-yak,’ that I take …

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Boise State Researcher Gets $529,000 NASA Grant to Study Effects of Light, Noise on Wildlife

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Neil Carter his team will be collaborating closely with the National Park Service’s Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division.

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