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Boise State Earns Carnegie Classification for Engaging with Treasure Valley Community

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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 …

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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.

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Michael Strickland

Michael Strickland Literacy, Language and Culture A column written by Michael Strickland, an adjunct faculty member in Literacy, Language and Culture, was published in the Idaho Press-Tribune. Titled “How to develop your professional writing style,” it discusses how to develop …

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Yu-Chang Hsu

Yu-Chang Hsu Department of Educational Technology Yu-Chang Hsu, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Technology, has been selected again as one of the coaches to work with the Massachusetts Institute Technology Center for Mobile Learning @ the Media Lab …

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Spring 2015 College Meetings This Week

Spring semester 2015 college meetings get under way Wednesday. Faculty and staff in each college are invited to join their dean. Here is the schedule: Wednesday, Jan. 7 College of Business and Economics Skaggs Hall of Learning – Micron Business Bldg. …

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Susan D. Martin, Sherry Dismuke and Jenifer L. Snow

Three faculty members from the College of Education have published two articles: Susan D. Martin, professor in literacy, language and culture, and Sherry Dismuke, clinical assistant professor in curriculum, instruction and foundational studies: “Teacher candidates’ perceptions of their learning and …

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College of Education

Susan D. Martin, professor in the Department of Literacy, Language and Culture, is one of three authors of the just published book, Literacy Teacher Education: Principles and Effective Practices. Martin wrote the book with colleagues from Trinity University in Washington, …

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Michael Strickland

A column written by Michael Strickland, an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Literacy, Language and Culture, was published in the Idaho Press-Tribune. Titled “Errors in usage cannot be overestimated,” it discusses why using proper English is important to …

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Boise State Honors Graduates at Largest Winter Commencement to Date

Boise State University’s winter 2014 graduates were encouraged to welcome new challenges with boldness and grace as they celebrated their accomplishments at the Winter Commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 19, in Taco Bell Arena. “Our undergraduate experience has been about …

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HLN TV Network Episode Goes Inside EdTech Classroom

Instead of courses consisting mainly of textbook learning and lectures, classes built around gamification boost student engagement.

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Mary Ann Cahill

Mary Ann Cahill, associate professor in the Department of Literacy, Language and Culture, helped the Wilder School District win a $450,000 grant from Apple Inc. and Education Networks of America. The grant, announced at the end of October, will provide …

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Spring Semester College Meeting Schedule

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The Office of the Provost has announced a schedule for college-wide meetings for the start of spring 2015 semester. Faculty and staff in each college are invited to join their dean for an update. Wednesday, January 7, 2015 College of Business and Economics 1:30 …

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