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Campus Community Mourns Passing of Cynthia Bradbury

Cynthia Bradbury, an anthropology adjunct instructor who had been with the department since 2011, passed away on Saturday, Oct. 22, following a battle with cancer. Learning and teaching science was Bradbury’s lifelong passion. Over the past several years, she focused …

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Max’s Minute: Future-Proofing Systems with OFC and Taleo Recruiting

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This is the fourth in a series of posts discussing continuing improvements for Taleo Recruiting and Oracle Financials Cloud. View previous entries at max.boisestate.edu. Future-Proofing Our Core Systems Globalization, changing demographics, economics, shifting political priorities and accelerating technology innovation are pressuring higher education to …

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Workshops Focus on Working with International Students

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International Student Services presents two free workshops in the coming weeks aimed at educating the campus community. Follow the links to register. Nov. 4 — Get to know our Middle Eastern students This workshop will provide information for faculty and staff regarding …

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Photo of the Week – Oct. 31

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Junior Yusuke Uchikoshi finishes first in the 8-kilometer course during the 2016 Men’s Cross Country Mountain West Championship. The Broncos took first overall in the competition and Uchikoshi finished the 8k in 23:48.80 to win the first cross country race of his …

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Veterans Day Concert Honors Military, First Responders

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Boise State University’s Treasure Valley Concert Band is joining with the Boise Philharmonic Master Chorale for a Nov. 7 concert.

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Nov. 2 Film Portrays Lyndon Johnson and 1964 Civil Rights Act

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At 7 p.m. on Nov. 2, Patriotic Choices is sponsoring a screening of “All the Way,” an HBO film about President Lyndon Johnson and the racial politics of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. This free screening will be held in …

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Blue Sky Institute and ‘Wicked Problems’ Topic of Nov. 2 Bronco Zone

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The campus community is invited to join Tim Dunnagan, dean of the College of Health Sciences, and Ken Petersen, dean of the College of Business and Economics, for a discussion on the university’s ambitious new Blue Sky Institute held at …

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U.S. Diplomat to Talk About State Department Careers Nov. 1

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The U.S. Department of State Diplomat in Residence for the Rocky Mountain Region, Stewart Devine, will be on campus from 4-5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Student Union Bishop Barnwell Room to discuss careers in the state department. This …

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Active Learning at Lunch in the Center for Teaching and Learning

Active Learning at Lunch is a faculty showcase focused on excellence and innovation in student-centered teaching. The Center for Teaching provides the lunch as you hear from a faculty member about what exciting approach they’re using in their course or …

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Events Across Campus to Honor Bronco Veterans

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Boise State will recognize military service members past and present during a week-long celebration.

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Former Astronaut Discusses ‘The Martian’ Oct. 29

Former NASA astronaut Steve Swanson, currently serving as distinguished educator in residence at Boise State University, will comment on “the reality (and the not so real aspects) of ‘The Martian’” at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, in the Student Union …

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New Solar Charging Station Available Outside Albertsons Library

Boise State Solar Charging Station on the Quad

A new solar charging station located outside the Albertsons Library is now ready for use. The complimentary station provides 15 receptacles for campus-goers to charge phones, devices and computers via solar power, adding to the numerous sustainable initiatives at Boise …

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