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Boise State Students Honor Faculty with 2018 Golden Apple Awards

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For more than 30 years, the Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) has presented Golden Apple Awards to thank and honor teachers who have encouraged them and instilled in them a passion for learning. Following hundreds of nominations from …

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High School Students to Compete in Boise State’s First eSports Tournament

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Twelve million more people tuned in to watch the 2016 League of Legends World Finals than watched the National Basketball Association finals that year.

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Four Boise State Students Selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

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The NSF received more than 12,000 applications for the 2018 competition.

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Idaho High School Students will Converge, Compete on Campus to Show Economic Prowess

The program began at Boise State and is now replicated in other states and countries.

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Learn How to Write for The Conversation April 12

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In honor of Research Month, Boise State is proud to welcome The Conversation’s Ari Fertig to campus Thursday, April 12, to discuss the faculty benefits of sharing their expertise and research through the independent, nonprofit publisher. Fertig will be giving …

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Celebrate Research During the Month of April

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April marks Boise State University’s second annual campus-wide celebration of Research Month, during which faculty, staff and students are encouraged to explore the wide range of research and creative activity happening daily on campus. From the chemistry lab to the …

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College of Education Rises in Rankings for Fifth Year in a Row

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Boise State University’s College of Education is again ranked among the top 50 public universities on the US News and World Report 2019 best graduate schools list.

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

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Yu-Chang Hsu, Yu-Hui Ching and Sally Baldwin Department of Educational Technology College of Education Yu-Chang Hsu and Yu-Hui Ching, associate professors, and Sally Baldwin, a recent graduate from the educational technology doctoral program, published an article titled “Physical Computing for STEAM …

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Krishna Pakala and Leslie Atkins Elliott

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Krishna Pakala and Leslie Atkins Elliott Clinical Assistant Professor; Associate Professor Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering; Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies Krishna Pakala and Leslie Atkins Elliott recently organized and hosted an Idaho Wind Energy Workshop at Boise State University on Feb. …

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Chris Haskell

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Chris Haskell Director, eSports Clinical Assistant Professor, Educational Technology College of Education Chris Haskell talks eSports on the Idaho Sports Talk with Bob and Chris Podcast from 93.1 KTIK. Listen to the podcast on KTIK’s website.  

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Claudia Peralta

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Claudia Peralta Professor  Department of Literacy, Language and Culture College of Education Claudia Peralta has been invited to be the ​department editor for a new department in the journal The Reading Teacher, published by the International Literacy Association (ILA).  This department highlights language …

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College of Education Announces Funded Professorship in Special Education

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Evelyn Johnson, a professor in the Department of Early and Special Education and scientific director of the Lee Pesky Learning Center was recently awarded the Alan and Wendy Professorship in Special Education, the college’s first funded professorship.

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