Skip to Main Content

Update

Your source for campus news

Math Coaches, Leaders to Gather in Boise, Twin Falls

Image of someone completing a math problem

Boise State’s Initiative for Developing Mathematical Thinking (IDMT) will hold a professional learning community meeting for 23 local area mathematics coaches and leaders from nine public school districts from 1-5 p.m. on Feb. 4 at the university’s downtown urban annex …

Read More - Math Coaches, Leaders to Gather in Boise, Twin Falls

Nominate Outstanding Teachers and Counselors Who Mentor

Photo of Mentor Apple Award

Take teacher appreciation to the next level by nominating a teacher or school counselor for a 2015 Celebration of Teaching — Mentors of the Year Award. Recipients will be honored at an awards program and dinner on April 7. The …

Read More - Nominate Outstanding Teachers and Counselors Who Mentor

Raissa Miller and April Schottelkorb

Raissa Miller and April Schottelkorb Assistant Professor and Associate Professor Department of Counselor Education College of Education Raissa Miller and April Schottelkorb made presentations at the Idaho Counseling Association Conference on Jan. 28-31 in Pocatello. Miller presented “Neuroeducation 101: How …

Read More - Raissa Miller and April Schottelkorb

Book by Former Education Dean, Alumna Wins National Award

Teacher Choice Award Graphic

Learning Magazine has selected a book written by a former Boise State dean and an alumna for the 2015 Teachers’ Choice Award for Professional Development. The magazine selected “Building a Culture of Hope” written by Robert D. Barr, former dean …

Read More - Book by Former Education Dean, Alumna Wins National Award

Michael Strickland

Michael Strickland Adjunct faculty member Department of Literacy, Language and Culture College of Education A column written by Michael Strickland was published in the Idaho Press-Tribune. Titled “Avoid common spelling errors in business writing,” it discusses how poor spelling in …

Read More - Michael Strickland

Stan Steiner

Stan Steiner Professor and Chair Department of Literacy, Language and Culture College of Education Stan Steiner will join fellow members of the 2015 John Newbery Award selection committee in Chicago from Jan. 30-Feb. 3 to pick the author of the …

Read More - Stan Steiner

3D GameLab Among Best Technologies for Improving Teaching, Learning

Superhero Graphic

3D GameLab, the quest-based learning platform from Boise State’s start-up company GoGo Labs Inc., has been named one of the year’s best technologies for improving classroom teaching and learning. Graphite, which reports on the best apps, games and websites for …

Read More - 3D GameLab Among Best Technologies for Improving Teaching, Learning

Students Awarded $60,000 from Noyce Scholarship Program

National Science Foundation Logo

The College of Education has named 12 Boise State students to receive a total of $60,000 from the Robert Noyce Scholarship program. The students will receive $5,000 each for the spring 2015 semester. After graduation, scholars will teach in K-12 …

Read More - Students Awarded $60,000 from Noyce Scholarship Program

Michael Strickland

Michael Strickland Adjunct faculty member Department of Literacy, Language and Culture College of Education A column written by Michael Strickland was published on the Ridenbaugh Press/Northwest webpage. Titled “An Idaho children’s book” it discusses “P is for Potato: An Idaho Alphabet,” …

Read More - Michael Strickland

Attend a Graduate Defense

The campus community is invited to attend a graduate defense for Robin Hausheer. Robin Hausheer When: 2 p.m. Feb. 9Where: Education Building, Room 709Program: Doctor of Education in Curriculum and InstructionAdvisors: Diana M. Doumas and Roger StewartTitle: “Preventing Underage Drinking …

Read More - Attend a Graduate Defense

Boise State Earns Carnegie Classification for Engaging with Treasure Valley Community

Carnegie Foundation Logo

From the re-design of a camp for Idaho children diagnosed with cancer, to programs that encourage the exploration of math and science, to an office that supports the advancement of innovation and entrepreneurship throughout the campus and the community, Boise …

Read More - Boise State Earns Carnegie Classification for Engaging with Treasure Valley Community

Distinguished Speakers Head Up ‘Idea of Nature’ Lecture Series

Idea of Nature Lecture Series Announcement

The goal of the series is to promote interdisciplinary inquiry and to foster dialogue across the campus and community.

Read More - Distinguished Speakers Head Up ‘Idea of Nature’ Lecture Series