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Idaho Dance Theatre Presents ‘Friends and Lovers’ Nov. 17-20

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Idaho Dance Theatre (IDT) will present Friends and Lovers, a performance choreographed by artistic director Marla Hansen, which incorporates Shakespeare’s Sonnets, presented as spoken word, with movement that physically conveys our connections to those we most cherish. Each performance Nov. …

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Students to Compete for $1 Million in Hult Prize Competition

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Organizers of the Hult Prize, an international start-up accelerator, recently announced that Boise State University will host a local edition of the world’s largest student competition aimed at creating new social businesses. The annual Hult Prize awards $1 million in …

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Boise State to Conduct National Search for Vice President, CFO

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The university is embarking on a national search to fill the position of vice president and chief financial officer. Stacy Pearson announced recently that she has accepted a position as vice president for finance and administration at Washington State University …

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Watch Election Night Results in the SUB Jordan Ballroom

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The campus community is invited to watch the national election results roll in from 5-10 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom. The event, sponsored by the Center for Idaho History and Politics as part of the Patriotic Choices …

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Annual Health Fair Offers Screenings, Info Nov. 16

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Take the “Highway to Health” at Boise State University’s 20th annual Health Fair.

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International Learning Opportunities for Faculty, Staff

Two international opportunities for faculty and staff have been announced by International Learning Opportunities. Faculty International Development Award Scholarship Opportunity The University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) and International Learning Opportunities invite faculty and professional staff members to apply for a …

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Lutana Haan and Jeff Anderson

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Lutana Haan and Jeff Anderson Chair and Associate Professor; Director of Clinical Education and Associate Professor School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Respiratory Care College of Health Sciences Lutana Haan, Jeff Anderson and 2015 respiratory care graduate Grace Hofmann …

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World Usability Day Aims to Make Products More Accessible to All Users

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A class of English 535 students is pushing to make Boise State’s campus and beyond more accessible to all audiences. From 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 12, they’re hosting a World Usability Day event in the Liberal Arts Building Room 206. Usability is …

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Human Performance Lab to Host Discounted Body Composition Testing Day

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology’s Human Performance Lab (HPL) will offer discounted body composition testing from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at the HPL in the Norco Building. Body composition testing determines the percentage of …

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Visit Aims to Show Homeless, Foster Youth That College Is Attainable

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More than 40 high school students will arrive on campus to learn more about the Bronco experience.

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Philosophy Speaker to Address Orthorexia Eating Disorder

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Philosopher Christina Van Dyke will speak on “Adding Fuel to the Fire? Orthorexia and Gendered Eating” at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, in Multipurpose Classroom Building Room 106. The free colloquium is presented by the student Philosophy Club and the …

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Tour Computer Science’s New Space Downtown

The Professional Staff Association Networking Committee invites interested professional and classified staff members to a tour of the Department of Computer Science’s new site in downtown Boise. Participants will meet at the B Plaza on University Drive at 11:15 a.m. …

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