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Boise State Team Awarded $200,000 Grant to Combat Breast Cancer Metastasis in Bone

Don Warner, Cheryl Jorcyk, Matt King

The Boise State team received one of 12 national grants totaling $1.65 million from the metastatic breast cancer research, awareness and support organization.

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Boise State to Award Honorary Doctorate to Albertsons Leader Robert G. Miller

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Miller has earned this degree through a lifetime of dedication to serving customers and providing opportunities for thousands to flourish under his leadership.

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Boise State’s Blue Review, Arbiter Earn Idaho Press Club Awards

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Boise State University’s journal of popular scholarship, The Blue Review, received two awards at the Idaho Press Club’s Best of 2017 ceremony on April 28, while Boise State’s student newspaper, The Arbiter, took home another 17 awards. The Blue Review …

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Offer Feedback on Boise State Presidential Finalists by May 3

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The Idaho State Board of Education is accepting feedback from the campus community on the five finalists the board selected for the presidency of Boise State University: James Lentini, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, Oakland University Kevin …

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Photo of the Week — April 30

Freshmen Alma Ceja and Danielle Doerflein study on the quad

Freshmen Alma Ceja and Danielle Doerflein study on the Quad between classes. Spring semester 2018 wraps up this week and culminates with commencement on Saturday, May 5. Photo by Patrick Sweeney

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Max’s Minute: Students Support Students at Boise State

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In his latest video blog, associate vice president and chief information officer Max Davis-Johnson talks about how the Office of Information Technology relies on dozens of student employees to provide customer service, business intelligence, development services and more for Boise …

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Graduate Students Learn to Use Drones to Aid in Research

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Department of Geosciences graduate students and faculty at Boise State University routinely use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for their diverse research goals, including volcano science, snow science and geologic remote sensing. They also use UAVs to make accurate topographic maps using …

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Boise State’s First High School eSports Tournament a Hit

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More than 100 Idaho high school eSports competitors from 20 schools came to campus on April 21 to take part in Boise State’s first eSports high school tournament. The College of Education, the College of Innovation and Design, and the …

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Presidential Finalist James Lentini on Campus Monday, April 30

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The Idaho State Board of Education has named five finalists for the presidency of Boise State University. Each is visiting campus for one day. Faculty and staff are invited to attend an open forum with James Lentini from 1:15-2:15 p.m. …

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Certificate in Sport Coaching Program Now Offered

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Interested in being a sports coach? The Department of Kinesiology has a new Certificate in Sport Coaching. All students of any major are welcome to enroll. The Certificate in Sport Coaching program offers 15 credits through six kinesiology classes. The …

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Speed Up the Grading Process with Blackboard-to-PeopleSoft App

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Last semester, 161 instructors used the Blackboard-to-PeopleSoft Grade Transfer application to easily transfer grades for 337 courses. The app appears in the instructor view of myBoiseState for most faculty three days prior to the last date of instruction. Once available, …

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Presidential Finalist Daniel Weeks on Campus Friday, April 27

Daniel Weeks

The Idaho State Board of Education has named five finalists for the presidency of Boise State University. Each is visiting campus for one day. Faculty and staff are invited to attend an open forum with Daniel Weeks from 1:15-2:15 p.m. …

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