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Boise State’s United Way Campaign is Under Way

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Boise State’s annual employee fundraising campaign for the United Way of Treasure Valley is under way through Nov. 17. The United Way of Treasure Valley is fighting for the health, education and financial stability of everyone in our community. Through …

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Carolyn Templeton

Carolyn Templeton Adjunct Faculty and Registered Dietitian School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health College of Health Sciences Carolyn Templeton recently was honored as a 50-year member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics at the …

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Celebration of Life for Dottie Stimpson Nov. 3

A celebration of the life of Dottie Stimpson will be held at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, in the Skyline Room of the Stueckle Sky Center. The campus community is invited to join with Stimpson’s family, friends and representatives of the …

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Boise River Cafe Now Offers To-Go Option

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The Boise River Cafe has added a to-go option, allowing more flexibility in how students, faculty, staff and guests dine at Boise State. The cost is the same as the dine-in option: one meal swipe or $7.41 for breakfast, $10.28 …

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Free Registration for ‘Accessing Higher Ground’ Virtual Conference

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The Office of Information Technology is pleased to sponsor a presentation of the 2017 “Accessing Higher Ground” virtual conference Nov. 13-17 in the Student Union Building. Free registration is available to Boise State faculty, staff and students. Accessing Higher Ground …

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Volunteer as a Track and Field Official

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Want to help out Boise State’s track and field team? Sign up today to serve as an official during home meets. No experience is necessary as the coaches will help train volunteers. Boise State will host five indoor track and …

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Boise State Names Engineering Building for Former President Charles Ruch

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The campus community is invited to attend a naming ceremony and 20-year celebration for the College of Engineering from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2.

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Join The Conversation: New Partnership Will Introduce National Audiences to Boise State Faculty Research

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This exciting new partnership will allow Boise State faculty to work one-on-one with Conversation editors to write and publish short articles.

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New Pedestrian Crossing on Capitol Boulevard and Island Avenue

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A new pedestrian crossing soon will be installed on the Boise State University campus. The crossing will connect the Lusk District at Island Avenue to campus, near the entrance to the new Center for Fine Arts. This also will be …

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State Representative Sue Chew Visits Campus Oct. 31

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State Representative Sue Chew from District 17 is visiting campus at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 31 to meet with students from the Political Science Association in the Farnsworth Room of the Student Union Building. The discussion is free and open to …

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Nov. 1 Coding Workshop: Snakemake, a Tool for Computationally Challenging Analyses

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Join the Department of Research Computing in a hands-on coding workshop for Snakemake, a next-generation tool designed specifically for bioinformatics and other complex, computationally challenging analyses. The workshop will be held from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the Student …

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Incorporating Language and Cultural Diversity in Teaching

Faculty are invited to a seminar on “Incorporating Language and Cultural Diversity in our Teaching: Ideas From Teaching Associates and Students,” at noon Nov. 1 in the ILC, Room 315. Description: We all want the best classrooms for all of …

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