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Theatre Arts Department Debuts “Crimes of the Heart” Nov. 10

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On Nov. 10, the theatre arts department will open Crimes of the Heart, a Pulitzer-prize winning play about the lives of three sisters who converge on their Mississippi hometown to await the death of their grandfather, the family patriarch. Crimes …

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Photo of the Week – Nov. 9

Photo of "Transference," a geothermal sculpture.

Matt Haney and artist Ken McCall work to install “Transference,” a new sculpture just outside of the Environmental Research Building. The sculpture includes two distinct color variations that represent the warm and cool aspects of the geothermal process. Artists Leslie …

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Lutana Haan, Rosemary Macy and Leslie Kendrick

Lutana Haan, Rosemary Macy and Leslie Kendrick Associate Professor and Chair, Associate Professor, and Associate Professor and Chair School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Respiratory Care, School of Nursing, School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences College …

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Student Union Gallery Presents Complex Ecosystems

Artwork of birds

The Student Union Building Fine Arts Gallery presents Complex Ecosystems now through Dec. 19, featuring the work of Theresa Burkes and Connie Wood. An opening reception featuring light refreshments will be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, on the second …

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FAFSA Priority Deadline Moved to Feb. 15

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A change in federal law now allows students and parents to apply for financial aid earlier than ever, using income tax information from 2015. The new law allows applicants to use actual 2015 tax information instead of estimating income. In …

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National Distance Learning Week is Nov. 7-11

Boise State eCampus Center is celebrating National Distance Learning Week by highlighting growth in online courses and programs. Boise State’s fall 2016 student enrollment summary, the Census Date Report, shows the number of students enrolled in fully online courses increased …

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Faculty and Staff – Did You Serve in the Military?

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Veteran Services would like to connect with all military veteran faculty and staff at Boise State. The #BroncoVeterans community includes all employees and students who serve or have served in any of the U.S. Armed Forces in either active duty, …

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Matt Ridley to Speak at Brandt Lecture Series Nov. 14

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The Brandt Lecture Series will present award-winning author Matt Ridley, whose books have sold more than a million copies, been translated into 30 languages and won numerous awards, on Monday, Nov. 14 Ridley’s presentation, titled “How Prosperity Evolves,” begins at 7 …

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Counselor Education Grant Supports Under-served Idaho Youth

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Diana Doumas received a $214,270 Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training grant to increase the number of qualified mental health providers and substance abuse counselors.

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Max Davis-Johnson: Avoiding Significant Updates as Technology Advances

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Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, blogs regularly about his vision of transparency, customers and collaboration. In his latest video blog, Davis-Johnson talks about how the Office of Information Technology is future-proofing technology at Boise …

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RN-BS Program Credits Customer Service for High Retention, Graduation Rates

Portrait of Online RN to BS program staff.

It boasts retention rates consistently within 70 percent with a graduation rate last year of 87 percent.

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Health Services Prescription Drug Take Back Event Nov. 16

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On Nov. 16, University Health Services is hosting a prescription drug take back program that will allow students, faculty and staff to turn in old and expired medications for safe disposal absolutely free. The drug disposal program will be held …

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