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Norm Friesen

Norm Friesen, associate professor in the Department of Educational Technology, is the editor of the forthcoming book, “Media Transatlantic — Media Theory between Canada and German-Speaking Europe.” The work of Marshall McLuhan and the Toronto School has recently been reinvigorated …

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Reorganized Structures to Support Instructional Technology

As of July 1, Academic Technologies (AT) has been reorganized into two units: Learning Technology Solutions (LTS), to be located organizationally within the Office for Information Technology, and the Instructional Design and Educational Assessment (IDEA) Shop, located organizationally within the …

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Where in the World? Aberystwyth, Wales

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Where in the World? looks at the international experiences of faculty, staff, students and alumni.

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Diana M. Doumas

Diana M. Doumas, chair of the Department of Counselor Education, and three department alumnae have co-authored an article for the July edition of the Journal of College Counseling. The three alumnae are Kinsey Nelson, Amanda DeYoung and Camryn Conrad Renteria. …

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Photo of the Week — June 27

“Clamp” is just one of the robots created by kids from fourth through ninth grades in educational technology professor Youngkyun Baek’s robotics summer camp at Boise State.

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Where in the World? Oslo, Norway

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Where in the World? looks at the international experiences of faculty, staff, students and alumni.

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Yu-Chang Hsu Coaches Seventh-Graders to ‘Best in Nation’ App

The educational technology coaching of Boise State’s Yu-Chang Hsu helped a team of seventh-graders who earned one of eight “Best in Nation” awards in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge. The students and their middle-school teacher are presenting their new hike …

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Snow Named Associate Dean for Teacher Education

Education professor Jennifer L. Snow has been named to the new position of associate dean for teacher education in the College of Education. Snow currently serves as coordinator of teacher education, leading programs that prepare candidates for teacher certification in …

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Diana Doumas, Robin Hausheer and Susan Esp

Two Boise State faculty members and a doctoral student presented the “Age of Drinking Initiation as a Moderator of the Efficacy of a Web-Based Alcohol Intervention for High School Students” at the Research Society on Alcoholism annual conference June 21-24 …

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Engineering Education

Thirteen Boise State personnel from eight departments in the colleges of Engineering and Education, as well as Albertsons Library and the STEM Station, participated in the American Society for Engineering Education National Conference held in Indianapolis, June 15-18. The group …

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Programs Awarded $4.5 Million for Farmworkers’ Education

The awards support the High School Equivalency Program and the College Assistance Migrant Program.

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Jamie Armstrong and Lee Tysseling

A program at the Twin Fall Public Library presented by and featuring the poetry of literacy professor Jamie Armstrong, literacy associate professor Lee Tysseling, former communication professor Peter Lutze and Idaho State University’s Laura Woodworth-Ney will feature a video showcasing …

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