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First Eloise Garmendia Bieter Chair in Basque Studies to Teach Course

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Basque scholar Iñaki Goirizelaia will arrive at Boise State this month to teach a graduate student course titled “Nation-Making: Education and Media” as the first recipient of the Eloise Garmendia Bieter Chair in Basque Studies. Goirizelaia recently ended two terms as rector of the University …

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Celebrate 150 Years of Idaho Latino History March 14

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Musicians and composers from the Northwest will join Boise cultural activist and singer Ana Maria Schachtell from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 14, in the Hatch D Ballroom of the Student Union Building to talk about the traditional Mexican corrido, or …

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Contestants Ready for Scripps Regional Spell-off at Boise State March 11

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Twenty-five young spellers from Treasure Valley schools, ranging in age from 8-13, will compete at Boise State University on Saturday, March 11, for a chance to advance to the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. Sponsored by Boise …

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ASBSU Honors Faculty with 2017 Golden Apple Awards

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For 30 years, ASBSU has presented Golden Apple Awards as a way for students to thank teachers who have encouraged them and instilled a passion for learning. With more than 300 nominations from students, a total of 24 Boise State …

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Now Accepting Submissions for 2017 Garage Art Contest

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The Boise State Department of Public Safety is calling for art entries into the 2017 Garage Art contest. Drawings, paintings, photography, printmaking, metal works, ceramics, sculptures and digital art may be submitted. Work will be displayed for a full year …

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Tech Friendly Conference Rooms Available for Monthly Fee

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Conference rooms, especially with video conferencing equipment, are expensive to build and more expensive to maintain over time. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) can equip your conference room and provide worry-free support and maintenance for a simple monthly fee, …

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Susan Shadle Receives Boise State Distinguished Professor Honor

Susan Shadle Named Idaho Professor of the Year

The campus community is invited to a reception in her honor from 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday, April 4.

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The Ultimate Boise State Tailgating RV Could Be Yours

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The Boise State Alumni Association is selling raffle tickets for the ultimate Boise State tailgate RV, known as the Blu-Ride. The Blu-Ride is a retro, completely renovated 1978 GMC motor home that is all decked out in blue and orange. …

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Boise State Helps Power Engine, Talent of Treefort

This year, Boise State students, faculty and staff have even more reasons to stick around town during spring break thanks to Treefort Music Fest – the music, art and tech collaboration that will consume much of downtown Boise March 22-26. The campus …

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Campus Awards Nominations Are Open

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The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management is rolling out the blue carpet. It’s time to submit nominations for the 2017 Campus Awards Ceremony. Do you know a student group, staff or faculty member, or individual who rises above …

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Tutoring Available for Multilingual Students

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English Language Support provides free one-on-one tutoring to multilingual students who can commit to meeting weekly with a tutor. Faculty and staff are encouraged to share this information with students. Those interested should contact Julia Drew at juliadrew@boisestate.edu to learn …

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Attend a Graduate Defense

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The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defenses: Spencer Nelson When: 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 9Where: Math Building, Room 139Title: The Random Graph and Reciprocity LawsProgram: Master of Science in Mathematics Abstract:The theory of random graphs, that is graphs generated …

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