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Kerry Rice

Kerry Rice Professor Department of Educational Technology College of Education Kerry Rice has been awarded a Fulbright specialist grant in education at the University of Nicolaus Copernicus, Poland, to help organize and conduct a joint Poland-U.S. summer institute on education …

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Bieter, Mitkova and Belfy Named Foundation Scholars

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The awards honor faculty members for teaching, research, creativity or professional service.

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Carrie Semmelroth

Carrie Semmelroth Lecturer Department of Special Education and Early Childhood Studies College of Education Carrie Semmelroth participated in the Early Childhood Education Multistate Standard Setting Study from Feb. 12-13 at Educational Testing Service in Princeton, New Jersey. Semmelroth was nominated last …

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Chareen Snelson

Chareen Snelson Associate Professor Department of Educational Technology College of Education Chareen Snelson has published an article titled “Vlogging about school on YouTube: An exploratory study” in the March issue of New Media and Society. Vlogs, or video blogs, can …

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Boise State Recognized as a Top Producer of Fulbright Scholars

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Fulbright is the country’s premier international educational exchange program.

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McNair Scholars Program Recruiting New Students

Students who work hard and plan ahead could get paid to study in a top graduate program, meaning a graduate degree could end up costing less out-of-pocket than a bachelor’s degree. Sound too good to be true? Not really. It’s …

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Lecture Series ‘The Wolf Trap’ Rescheduled for March 9

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Maria Tatar from Harvard University will be the first featured speaker for Boise State’s fourth annual “Interdisciplinary Explorations — The Idea of Nature.”

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Michele Carney, Gwyneth Hughes and Jonathan Brendefur

Michele Carney, Gwyneth Hughes and Jonathan Brendefur College of Education Michele Carney, Department of Curriculum Instruction and Foundational Studies, and Gwyneth Hughes, Center for School Improvement and Policy Studies, are presenting a paper at the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators …

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Learn About International Opportunities for Faculty

Boise State faculty members can learn about engaging in international activities from noon-1 p.m. on Feb. 12 in Room 315 of the Interactive Learning Center. Possible international activities include teaching abroad, the Fulbright Scholar program and Global Classroom program development. …

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Yu-Chang Hsu

Yu-Chang Hsu Assistant Professor Department of Educational Technology College of Education For the second year, Boise State’s Yu-Chang Hsu has been selected to coach a group of students working to turn their award-winning idea into a working mobile app. The …

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Patrick Lowenthal

Patrick Lowenthal Assistant Professor Department of Educational Technology College of Education Patrick Lowenthal presented “If You Record It, Will They Watch It? And Will It Matter? Exploring Student Perceptions of Online Video” at the 6th annual Transforming the Teaching and …

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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 “Write effective business reports,” it discusses how business reports must be useful to …

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