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Where in the World? Vancouver, British Columbia

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Where in the World? Looks at the international experiences of faculty, staff, students and alumni. Bobbie Birdsall, associate professor in the Department of Counselor Education, is attending the “Heart-Mind Conference: The Science of Kindness” in Vancouver, B.C., on May 8-10. …

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Louis Nadelson

The educational leadership of Louis Nadelson, associate professor in the Department of Curriculum Instruction and Foundational Studies and also the director of IDoTeach, was the subject of a discussion on KBOI radio on Wednesday, May 7. On a morning news …

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Residential College Students Help Build Habitat Houses

The walls the volunteers built will be used to erect two houses for refugee families from Uganda and Burma.

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Holly Anderson, Sara Fry and Jack Hourcade

Holly Anderson, professor, and Sara Fry, associate professor, in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies, along with Jack Hourcade, professor in the Department of Special Education and Early Childhood Studies, had a paper accepted for publication in the …

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Photo of the Week — May 6

The Space Symposium at Boise State University on May 6 included a live downlink to campus from the International Space Station.

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Micron Foundation Awards IDoTeach $300,000

The program entices Idaho’s brightest science, technology, engineering and mathematics students into the state’s classrooms.

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Mini-Conference on Michel Foucault is May 14

College of Education doctoral students will present “Michel Foucault: Impacts and Reactions” from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. May 14 in the Student Union Lookout Room. Foucault (1926–1984) was a French historian and philosopher associated with the structuralist and post-structuralist movements. He …

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Boise State Media Win Dozens of Idaho Press Club Awards

Boise State student and professional media outlets won dozens of awards at the Idaho Press Club Best of 2013 annual awards banquet on May 3 at the Boise Centre. The Arbiter, Boise State University’s independent student media outlet, won 21 …

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Graduate Student Research Symposium Set for May 16

The 2014 Graduate Student Research Symposium will include 44 submissions from 106 presenters and co-authors on Friday, May 16, in the Student Union Building. Student presentations represent the following graduate programs: Art, English, music, music education, history, biological sciences, biomolecular …

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Where in the World? Torun and Warsaw, Poland

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Where in the World? Looks at the international experiences of faculty, staff, students and alumni. Diane Boothe, dean of the College of Education, and Kerry Rice, associate professor of educational technology, are in Poland through May 10 to sign a …

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15 Broncos Receive 2014 Campus Awards

The Division of Student Affairs presented 2014 Campus Awards in eight categories to 15 members of the Boise State community on April 29. The division asked Broncos to nominate a student, student group, staff or faculty member who rises above …

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Louis Nadelson

The International Association for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Leaders presented its STEM Professional Development Leadership Award to the team of Louis Nadelson, associate professor, and Anne Seifert, K-12 education and outreach manager for the Idaho National Laboratory. Nadelson …

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