Skip to Main Content

Update

Your source for campus news

Petya Stoyanova Johnson

Petya Stoyanova Johnson Director TRIO Educational Talent Search Petya Stoyanova Johnson was awarded the 2016/2017 Higher Education Advocate award at the annual Treasure Valley Counselor Day, presented by the Idaho Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. The organization recognizes …

Read More - Petya Stoyanova Johnson

Boise State Researchers Awarded $1.6 Million to Develop Video Training Modules for Math Teachers

Smiling people posed by the B

This project aims to improve prospective teachers’ ability to recognize, analyze and make connections between students’ ideas in functional reasoning contexts.

Read More - Boise State Researchers Awarded $1.6 Million to Develop Video Training Modules for Math Teachers

Join Colleagues for the State of the University Address Aug. 16

Photo of the Steel 'B' in front of the Admin Building

The address at 10 a.m. in the Morrison Center and is immediately followed by the President’s Picnic on the Quad.

Read More - Join Colleagues for the State of the University Address Aug. 16

Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research Flourishes at Boise State

Administration building at dusk

Boise State University held the fourth annual Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research (ICUR) on July 26-27 that drew hundreds of students, faculty and members of the community. The conference showcases the leading edge of undergraduate research across the state in …

Read More - Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research Flourishes at Boise State

Photo of the Week – August 3

Students perform at the TRIO Upward Bound final day.

These high school students, along with more than 100 others from seven schools across the Treasure Valley and beyond, presented final performances for the six- week TRIO Upward Bound summer program at Boise State University. The students lived in dorms, worked …

Read More - Photo of the Week – August 3

​P​etya Stoyanova Johnson

Studio portrait of Petya Stoyanova.

​P​etya Stoyanova Johnson TRIO ETS Director College of Education Petya Stoyanova Johnson has been selected as the new ​Boise State University ​TRIO ETS director. Johnson has been an educational specialist for the programs since 2008 and served many of the target schools. She also worked as …

Read More - ​P​etya Stoyanova Johnson

Shari Ellertson, Joe Champion, Wanchen Chang

Aerial photo of campus

Shari Ellertson, Joe Champion, Wanchen Chang Institutional Research; Mathematics; Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies Shari Ellertson, Joe Champion and Wanchen Chang recently co-presented a session titled “Using High School Transcripts to Model College STEM Selection and Success” at the 57th …

Read More - Shari Ellertson, Joe Champion, Wanchen Chang

Evelyn Johnson

Studio portrait of Evelyn Johnson.

Evelyn Johnson Professor Early and Special Education College of Education Evelyn Johnson has accepted the position of scientific director for the Lee Pesky Learning Center. As such, Johnson will develop and direct a national research and training center in partnership …

Read More - Evelyn Johnson

Janet Pina Eledezma Receives Inaugural Scott Willison Memorial Scholarship

Photo of Janet Pena and Jenny Willison

Janet Pina Eledezma, a junior studying sociology at Boise State University, is the first to receive the Scott Willison Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is directed at students who have overcome obstacles to attend Boise State. In addition to a monetary …

Read More - Janet Pina Eledezma Receives Inaugural Scott Willison Memorial Scholarship

College of Education

Photo of COED researchers at AERA conference in San Antonio.

College of Education Faculty, staff and graduate students Researchers from Boise State’s College of Education are back after visiting San Antonio, Texas, where they attended the annual meeting for the American Educational Research Association (AERA) April 27-May 1. Thirty faculty …

Read More - College of Education

Center for School Improvement to Host Financial Literacy Camp for Kids

Photo of Eternal Winds sculpture.

This summer, the Center for School Improvement and Policy Studies will host Camp CashEd, an interactive financial literacy camp geared for youth ages 10-14. Attendees will participate in hands-on activities to solve a variety of financial challenges. Camp CashEd missions …

Read More - Center for School Improvement to Host Financial Literacy Camp for Kids

Steve Swanson Partners with Local Classroom to Promote STEM Education

Aerial photo of campus

To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, former NASA astronaut Steve Swanson co-taught an 11th grade chemistry class at Mountain View High School. Swanson is Boise State’s distinguished educator in residence; to teach the chemistry class he partnered with IDoTeach and new Boise State graduate, Melissa …

Read More - Steve Swanson Partners with Local Classroom to Promote STEM Education