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Boise State Launches First Fully Online Genetic Counseling Graduate Program

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The Boise State program will provide advanced training in medical genetics and counseling to prepare its graduates to become certified and licensed genetic counselors.

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Samantha Davis Uses 3D Hearts in Classroom, Receives National Teaching Award

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Samantha Davis, a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Respiratory Care, has been selected to receive the 2018 National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Gary A. Smith Educational Award for Innovation in Education Achievement, presented by the American Respiratory …

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OIT Support for macOS 10.14 “Mojave”

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) asks the campus community to delay upgrading Boise State-owned computers to the latest Mac operating system, macOS 10.14 (“Mojave”), until testing is completed to ensure compatibility with all standard university software. OIT expects to …

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Duo Awarded Grant to Develop New Energy Storage Solutions

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Claire Xiong is developing new materials for sodium ion batteries, which are a cost-effective and safe alternative to lithium ion batteries.

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Screening Committee Named for Boise State University President Search

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Idaho State Board of Education President Linda Clark has announced the names of people selected to serve on the Boise State University president screening committee. The 14-person committee will vet candidates, interview semi-finalists and recommend a list of finalists to …

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Deadline for Capital Project Needs Request Oct. 31

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The current cycle for Capital Project Needs Requests (CPNR) is nearing its deadline. Departments, colleges and divisions have until Oct. 31 to submit CPNRs, and have them reviewed during the fall/winter cycle. If a CPNR is received after Oct. 31, …

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Kelly Hopping Examines Effects of Changing Climate on Peoples’ Livelihoods

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Kelly Hopping, an assistant professor in Human-Environment Systems within the College of Innovation and Design, came to Boise State in the fall of 2018 after finishing her post-doctoral work at Stanford University. Her research has focused on Tibet and Mongolia …

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Casita Nepantla Hosts Art Lecture by Lupita (Bad Apple) Garcia

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Casita Nepantla, the space devoted to showcasing Latino art and culture and encouraging scholarly work on Latino issues in the Boise State Student Union Building, invites the public to “Mi Dulce Corazon,” a lecture and exhibition by Lupita (Bad Apple) …

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Boise State Welcomes Largest First-Year Class for Third Straight Year

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Boise State University’s overall fall enrollment has reached another new record of 25,540 students, an increase of 5.7 percent over last year. Boise State welcomed the largest first-year class in school history for the third year in a row — …

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Idaho Dance Theatre Presents ‘Celebrate’

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Idaho Dance Theatre’s (IDT) 30th anniversary performance, Celebrate, brings together an array of past and present dancers and all female choreographers, celebrating the power of women in the arts, in a highly entertaining performance of diverse choreography and music. Performances …

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Boise State Joins Study of Student Food and Housing Insecurity

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Lillian Smith, associate professor and department head for the Department of Community and Environmental Health, and Lauren Oe, associate dean of  students, partnered with Student Affairs to lead an effort to study the prevalence of food and housing insecurity for …

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Department of Respiratory Care to Host Open House

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Do you know what a respiratory care therapist is? Find out at the Department of Respiratory Care Open House 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, on the second floor of the Health Sciences Riverside Building. The event is open to all …

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