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Service-learning Project Equips Refugees with Needed Skills

Boise State counselor education students are helping refugee families find a sound footing in the Treasure Valley. They do so by equipping refugees with the skills needed to find jobs and adapt in their new communities. The students coach refugees …

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Broncos Abroad Blog About Summer Adventures

Recipients of this year’s FIDA grants through the University Studies Abroad Consortium are blogging about their summer adventures.

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Keith Thiede Named Associate Dean of College of Education

College of Education Dean Richard D. Osguthorpe has appointed Keith Thiede as associate dean for research and graduate studies in the college. The appointment is effective June 21. “I am looking forward to working with Keith in this role, and …

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Three Doctoral Students Presented Fellowship Awards

The fellowship was established in 1995 in honor of Pat and Eloise Bieter, parents of history professor John Bieter.

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New Scholarship to Honor Ross Vaughn

Boise State University, the College of Education and the Department of Kinesiology have created a dean-level scholarship to honor former faculty member Ross Vaughn’s 40 years of service with the university. Vaughn retired as associate dean of the College of …

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David Gabbard and Gregory Martinez

A group of College of Education faculty and doctoral students will take part in a panel discussion on “Engaging Foucault: Rethinking Our Questions” at the Rouge Forum, a professional conference for critical educational theorists. The Rouge Forum Conference takes place June …

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Ron Pfeiffer Named Interim Associate Dean of Health Sciences

College of Health Sciences Dean Tim Dunnagan has appointed Ron Pfeiffer as interim associate dean of the college. The appointment is effective July 1. “Ron brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this position and I am confident that …

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Students to Help Document Stories of Incarcerated Youth

Interested students can work with award-winning Italian director Fabio Caramaschi and Boise State literacy associate professor Claudia Peralta this summer to record the experiences of incarcerated youth of Idaho in a documentary video. Caramaschi and Peralta are teaming up to …

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Commencement Honors Record Graduates, Marilyn Shuler

The Saturday ceremony awarded honored one of Idaho’s most respected human rights activists and celebrated the success of a record number of students.

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Video Features Boise State’s International Economic Summit

The Port of Los Angeles played host to a May 6 summit that attracted more than 300 high school students.

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New App Aids Busy Preschool Teachers

Busy preschool teachers now have a mobile app they can turn to for quick activities to make every minute of the day an opportunity for preschoolers to learn. Lee Pesky Learning Center in partnership with Boise State University and The …

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Boise State Hosts 80 Borah High English Learners

Students in three Boise State service-learning courses led 80 multilingual students from Borah High School on a tour of Boise State’s campus April 24. As part of service-learning courses taught by Michael Humphrey, Casey Keck and Gail Shuck, Boise State …

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