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Aerospace Day Feb. 3 Features Astronaut Nicole Stott

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On Friday, Feb. 3, Boise State will host the annual Aerospace Day, a celebration of all things related to aerospace, aeronautics and aviation. All students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend this event, which will take place in the …

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Intro to Service-Learning Workshop Feb. 2

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Community engagement is more important than ever. Plan to attend the “Introduction to Service-Learning Workshop” from 9-10:30 a.m. Feb. 2 in the Center for Teaching and Learning. Come learn about Service-Learning (SL) – an exciting and interactive way to engage …

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Submit Proposals for Treasure Valley Adjunct Conference

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Boise State University, the College of Western Idaho and Northwest Nazarene University are partnering to present the Treasure Valley Adjunct Conference (TVAC) from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. May 15 at Boise State. The coordinators of the event invite adjunct faculty from …

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Harold Blackman to Lead New Initiative Leadership Office

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As Boise State University grows, and tools and technologies develop and become cloud-based, the university will evolve its processes and transition to systems that can support our operations. Boise State utilizes systems for important processes such as hiring and payroll. …

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Purchase Discounted Tickets to ‘Phantom of the Opera’

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Faculty and staff can purchase discounted tickets to “Phantom on the Opera,” playing at the Morrison Center June 14-25. The production is part of the center’s popular Broadway in Boise season. Tickets start at $25. Get 10 percent off by …

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History Department Hosts ‘Spread the Love’ Card Making Event Feb. 1-14

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Valentine’s Day, the annual day during which we honor loved ones, as well as the martyrdom and subsequent sainthood of a slew of Christian men who shared the surname Valentinus, is right around the corner. The history department would like to help …

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Join Saturday Fun Run to Benefit Homeless Shelter

Boise State’s Organization of Student Social Workers is hosting a “Catch the Groundhog” fun run to benefit the Interfaith Sanctuary, with a portion of proceeds going toward OSSW’s trip to an upcoming national conference. The race is Saturday, Feb. 4. …

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Stargazing Party Looks to New Horizons Pluto Mission Feb. 3

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Join the Boise State physics department for a stargazing party from 7:30-10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, with a special lecture on the New Horizons mission from Denise Stephens, an astronomer from Brigham Young University. The free event will start in the Multipurpose …

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Attend a Graduate Defense

W.W. Norton Releases Debut Novel

The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defenses: Sally Baldwin When: 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10Where: Education Building, Room 220Title: The New Theory of Assimilation and Acceptance in Online Course Design from Public Four-Year College and University InstructorsProgram: …

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Register Now for 2017 Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge

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Winning teams will take home $100,000 in seed funding.

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Coffee and Donuts Introduces Globus for Data Sharing

The Office of Information Technology’s Research Computing Support Department will host a Coffee and Donuts for Researchers Forum on Thursday, Feb. 2, in Albertsons Library Room 201C. The room is on the second floor through the College of Innovation and …

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Boise State Students Study Raptors in Kenya

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Boise State raptor biology professor Marc Bechard took 11 students to Kenya’s Masai Mara National Wildlife Reserve as part of a 3-credit course titled East African Raptors.

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