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Jen Schneider’s Book on Coal Industry Wins National Award

A book co-authored by Jen Schneider, associate professor in the School of Public Service and director of the Ph.D. program in public policy and administration, has been awarded the Environmental Communication Division Book of the Year Award from the Environmental …

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Campus Adds Food Trucks, New Dining Options This Fall

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Dining Services is introducing new dining options for the 2016-2017 school year with a variety of new vendors. One of the most noticeable is the addition of food trucks on campus. Local food trucks will be parked 10 a.m.-2 p.m. each …

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Graduate Certificate in College Teaching Open House

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Would you like to learn more about the Graduate Certificate in College Teaching? The program is designed to enhance teaching effectiveness of graduate teaching assistants and provide marketable skills for graduate students wishing to seek employment in higher education as instructors. …

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Panel Discussion Aug. 26 Focuses on Sexual Assault Prevention

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U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo will hold a press conference on campus, followed by a discussion led by Chris Wuthrich.

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Attend a Graduate Defense

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The campus community is invited to attend the following graduate defenses: Xiaoping Olson When: 9 a.m. Friday, Sept. 23 Where: Education Building, Room 110 Title: Kinetic Control of Nucleic Acid Strand Displacement Reactions Program: Doctor of Philosophy in Material Science and …

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Service-Learning Workshop for Faculty is Sept. 1

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Come learn about Service-Learning (SL), an exciting and interactive way to engage your students in the classroom and community. The SL director, faculty, community member and student will discuss SL basics: course models, methodology, staff support, community connections, resources, scholarship …

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Retirement Reception for Mike Carr is Aug. 31

Mike Carr, a senior buyer in the purchasing department, is retiring as of Aug. 31. Carr has worked in Boise State’s Purchasing Office for more than nine years. A celebration reception will be held from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 31, in the …

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Boise State Adopts New Incident Reporting System

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Boise State University is now using a new incident reporting system maintained through Dakota Proactivity Suite. This software allows the campus community to report online any issues, property damage or loss, an auto accident, environmental accident, workers compensation incident or …

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New MakerLab Workshops for Fall 2016

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The MakerLab at Albertsons Library will be offering a number of workshops this semester for the campus community. The hour-long workshops are free, all materials are provided and they are open to everyone with no experience necessary. Currently scheduled workshops …

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Boise State Fellow Receives Award at Research Conference

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Katie Yocham won the faculty choice award at the Idaho INBRE Conference, beating out more than 100 competitors.

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Author Roxane Gay to Speak Aug. 31

What does it mean to be a feminist? Author Roxane Gay will speak on campus Aug. 31 to address just how empowering it can be to redefine what it means to be a feminist in our complicated world. Gay’s visit …

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Boise State Writing Project Fellows Win Presidential Award

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President Obama on Aug. 22 named Micah Lauer, a Meridian K-12 teacher and a Boise State Writing Project (BSWP) fellow, as one of 213 winners of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. These awardees represent …

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