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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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Where in the World? Belize

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Each year, Karen Breitkreuz, an associate professor in the School of Nursing, and Anthony Songer, a professor in the College of Engineering’s construction management program, take a group of students to Belize as part of an upper-level class titled Global …

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Prof Staff Senate Adopts Diversity and Inclusion Resolution

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Boise State University’s Professional Staff Association Senate adopted a resolution reaffirming support of diversity and inclusion in all intersections of identities of students, faculty and staff, and stands against hateful rhetoric and identity violence in any form. “Higher education is …

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Nov. 2 Teach-in: Confederates, White Flight and the Aryan Nations

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Join Jill Gill, Boise State Department of History, from noon-1 p.m. Nov. 2 in Albertsons Library, Room 201C, for a teach-in titled “Idaho’s Southern Accent: Confederates, White Flight and the Aryan Nations.” Was the Aryan Nations’ arrival in Idaho in the …

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College of Business and Economics, Providence University Form 2-plus-2 Program

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On Oct. 2, Boise State College of Business and Economics (COBE) Dean Ken Petersen and Providence University President Augustine C.Y. Tang signed a further memorandum of understanding with the goal of sending and welcoming Providence international business students to COBE in …

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Foundational Studies Forums

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The General Education Council, the faculty senate committee that oversees the Foundational Studies Program, is offering two forums to provide updates on the program with the opportunity for questions. All are welcome and invited to attend: 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, …

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College of Education Awarded Grant to Combat Bullying in Middle Schools

Aida Midgett and Diana Doumas recently were awarded a $66,000 grant from the National Institute on General Medical Health.

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Boise State Art Metals ‘Adorn Me’ Jewelry Sale Starts Nov. 2

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Boise State University’s upper division art metals students will present Adorn Me, a sale of unique handmade jewelry and other decorative items, on two separate dates at different locations. The sale will be held from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, …

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Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge Applications Now Open

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Calling all student entrepreneurs! The Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge is a statewide venture competition that aims to stimulate entrepreneurship in the Gem State with $100,000 in seed money going to the winners. Everything students need to register is online and applications will be …

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New Partnership Links Boise State Venture College with Underrepresented Students

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The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) and the Venture College at Boise State are partnering to prepare students for success beyond the degree. The LSAMP program is designed to increase the recruitment, retention and graduation rate of underrepresented …

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Boise Junior College Alumna Helps Archivists Identify Photos from ’50s

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When Joan (Edwards) Williams and her son, Matt, were browsing Historic Boise State, a collection of archived photos, they noticed a lot of names missing from the photos. Williams attended Boise Junior College (BJC) from 1949-1951, participated in the Valkyries, …

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Oct. 30: Conservation Symposium for the Snake River Birds of Prey Area

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On Oct. 30, join Boise State’s Department of Geosciences and the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area (NCA) for an annual symposium showcasing conservation-based projects associated with the area. This free event will take place from 8 …

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