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Boise State Dean Recognized for Campus Efforts to Transform Higher Education

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Boise State is on the move, and the latest recognition of the university’s efforts to embrace the changing landscape of higher education comes from Silicon Valley-based Constellation Research. College of Innovation and Design Dean Gordon Jones has been named to …

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Mark Bannister Named Interim College of Business and Economics Dean

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Bannister currently serves as dean of the Robbins College of Business and Entrepreneurship at Fort Hays State University (FHSU), where he has led a rapidly growing college.

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Water Work to Close Manitou Avenue the Week of July 16

Manitou Avenue (between Beacon Street and University Drive) will be closed the week of July 16. Suez Water will be working in the area as part of the construction of the new Micron Center for Materials Research at 1435 University …

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Reminder – July 13 Paycheck Includes New Idaho Tax Withholding Rates

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Recent tax laws mean significant changes to your withholding and the taxes you owe when you file your 2018 income tax return.  The State Tax Commission recommends that all employees review and update their Form W-4 withholding allowances for both …

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NetCommunity Offline for Upgrades

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The NetCommunity email platform will be offline for maintenance and upgrades from Tuesday, July 17, through Monday, July 23. This maintenance will have no effect on email service through the PeopleSoft platform. For more information, contact Heather Carlson.

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‘Space Cap’ Has a New Home in the Boise State Student Union Building

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Astronaut Steve Swanson, professor of the practice and distinguished educator in residence, wore the cap during his 2014 mission.

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USDA Pilot Grant to Fund Research for Food Processing Industry

By Jenn Ambrose A transdisciplinary research team led by Jim Browning, professor and chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department, has received funding from the USDA for a new project focused on food safety, opening the door to …

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Red Cross Blood Drive on Campus Aug. 2

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The American Red Cross will be on campus for a blood drive from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, in the Recreation Center. The drive is being coordinated by the Professional Staff Association. To schedule your time online, visit www.redcrossblood.org. …

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Boise State Simulation Team Wins International Award

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Boise State Nursing Simulation Team The Boise State Simulation Team was honored at the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) conference in June for their simulation program. The team was selected as the winner of the prestigious …

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Register Now for Fall 2018 Open Drawing Session

Fall 2018 Open Draw is a weekly noncredit session for students, alumni and community members who want to draw, paint and sculpt, working from life models in a creative and supportive environment. Shawn Edrington will facilitate the sessions. They will …

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Political ‘Bootcamp’ Readies Women to Run for Public Office

Nearly two dozen undergraduate women representing six Idaho colleges and universities recently spent a week at Boise State attending NEW Leadership Idaho. The annual political “bootcamp” is designed to encourage more women to become leaders in their communities by running …

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Boise State Research Paper Published in Major Science Journal

A paper authored by a team of Boise State undergraduate students working in the Micron School of Materials Science & Engineering has been chosen as the cover article for the most recent issue of the Journal of Applied Physics. The …

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