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Yu-Chang Hsu, Sally Baldwin and Yu-Hui Ching

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Yu-Chang Hsu, Sally Baldwin and Yu-Hui Ching Department of Educational Technology College of Education Yu-Chang Hsu, associate professor, Sally Baldwin, doctoral student, and Yu-Hui Ching, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Technology, published an article titled “Learning through making …

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Registration Open for Undergrad Women’s Leadership Conference

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Registration is now open for the National Education for Women (NEW) Leadership Idaho conference, a week-long program designed to help Idaho’s collegiate women become leaders in their communities. NEW Leadership Idaho is a competitive statewide program and any female Idaho resident …

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Sally Baldwin and Yu-Hui Ching

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Sally Baldwin and Yu-Hui Ching Department of Educational Technology College of Education Sally Baldwin, doctoral student, and Yu-Hui Ching, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Technology, published an article entitled “Interactive Storytelling: Opportunities for Online Course Design” in TechTrends. The …

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College of Education Graduate Programs Ranked Among Top 50 Public Universities

Rich Osguthorpe, dean of the College of Education, and Michael Humphrey, associate professor in the department of Early and Special Education, hood Lisa Beymer during Boise State’s 2016 spring commencement ceremony. Beymer received an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction with a cognate in special education.

This is the highest ranking to date for the college and puts it in the top 3 in the Northwest.

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Yu-Chang Hsu

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Yu-Chang Hsu Associate Professor Department of Educational Technology College of Education Yu-Chang Hsu has been selected for the fourth year as one of the coaches to work with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab at the Center for Mobile …

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Boise State, Idaho Power Launch High-Performance Computer

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Any researcher on campus can submit a request to use it – in fact, multiple researchers can use it at once.

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Samantha M. Rodriguez, María Mabbutt and Alicia Garza

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Samantha M. Rodriguez, María Mabbutt and Alicia Garza Department of World Languages, College Assistance Migrant Program Student Samantha M. Rodriguez was awarded the Aspiring Youth Award at the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon held Feb. 16 at the …

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Doctoral Student Wins Top National Honors in Washington, D.C.

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Galaviz was honored with the prestigious Member Benefits Award for Teaching Excellence and $25,000.

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Student Retention Efforts Show Great Progress

In 2015, Boise State’s retention number was up to 78 percent.

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Explore Magazine Looks at K-12 Education Research

Stories in this issue of Boise State’s research magazine focus on how the university is helping to improve K-12 education in Idaho and beyond.

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College of Education Accredited Under New, More Rigorous Standards

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The Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation standards were developed in 2013 to unite accreditation across the country.

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Award Winners Announced at Inaugural Process Improvement Symposium

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On Jan. 26, 155 Boise State University staff and faculty representing 40 departments across campus attended the inaugural Process Improvement Symposium. The spirit of the event was celebratory with a keynote address from Gordon Jones, dean of the College of Innovation …

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