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Buck Cancer: Professor Vanessa Fry

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Her own experience with cancer lead to an opportunity to act as a medical liaison for a friend facing peritoneal mesothelioma.

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Attend a Graduate Defense

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The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defenses: Maria Willacy When: 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11 Where: Liberal Arts Building, Room 208 Title: Two-Way Communication Between Public Utilities and the Public Program: Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies …

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Free Physical Function Class Returns Next Week

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If you are 50 years of age or older or have functional limitations and want to improve your physical function and reduce fall risk, the School of Allied Health Sciences’ Department of Kinesiology has a free exercise class for you. …

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11th Annual Minidoka Civil Liberties Symposium Oct. 15-16

The 11th annual Minidoka Civil Liberties Symposium will take place Oct. 15-16 in the Student Union Simplot Ballroom. The theme of the conference, which is sponsored by the School of Public Service, will be “Mass Incarceration in the Land of the …

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Vote Early on Campus Oct. 28

The Ada County Elections Office will offer Boise State students and staff residing in Ada County the opportunity to vote early in the Presidential Election on Oct. 28. Bring a state recognized photo ID and vote from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. …

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‘Are All Veterans Broken?’ Training Session Oct. 12

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All faculty and staff are invited to a free training session titled “Are All Veterans Broken?” offered by the Idaho-based organization Mission 43 on Oct. 12 in the Student Union Hatch C Ballroom. The session will focus on overcoming veteran …

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Get Your Flu Vaccine at Health Services

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It’s flu season again and Health Services is prepared to help you weather the season sneeze free. Flu vaccines are available at Health Services, no appointment necessary. Simply head to the second floor of the Norco Building from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. …

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Boise Chamber Music Society Debuts World Premier of ‘Gradual’

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This week, the Boise Chamber Music Society will debut the world premier of a new commissioned work by composer Tarik O’Regan. At 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7 in the Morrison Center Recital Hall, the Alexander String Quartet will perform “Gradual,” …

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Photo of the Week – Oct. 3

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Fabiola Juarez-Coca, Pedro Coca and their daughter Jessica Coca pose for a photo at the President’s Tailgate during Parent and Family Weekend. Weekend activities included workshops, open houses and other fun events across campus that capped off with a Boise State football …

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International Students Topic of Workshop Series

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International Student Services offers a series of workshops aimed at faculty and staff at Boise State University who interact with students from other cultures. The workshops are free. Register at https://orgsync.com/118177/chapter. International Students in Your Classroom Noon Friday, Oct. 21, in …

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Caile Spear

Caile Spear Professor Department of Community and Environmental Health School of Allied Health Sciences Caile Spear has received a grant from PacificSource Foundation for Health Improvement in the amount of $23,632 to support Healthy Habits, Healthy U (HHHU). HHHU is …

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Two Materials Science Doctoral Students Receive Fellowships

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Two doctoral students enrolled in Boise State University’s Ph.D. in materials science program have received experiential learning fellowships. Steve Letourneau was awarded the Department of Energy Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) award and Robin McCown was selected to receive the …

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