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Researchers Build Community Collaborations with $1 Million NSF Grant

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The project will integrate computation and science and offer hands-on activities to fourth, fifth and sixth graders.

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Patrick R. Lowenthal

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Patrick R. Lowenthal Assistant professor Educational Technology College of Education Patrick Lowenthal has been named the keynote speaker at the 2016 Northwest eLearning Community Conference to be held in Eugene, Oregon, Oct. 20-21. Lowenthal researches how faculty and students communicate using …

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Encourage Students to Nominate an Outstanding Teacher

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As the fall semester begins so does another tradition at Boise State University. It’s nomination season for the Pesky Award for Inspirational Teaching. Anyone graduating from a teacher education program in December 2016 or May 2017 is invited to nominate …

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Welcome New Faculty and Staff Faces on Campus

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Boise State has welcomed more than 30 new faculty and staff members.

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Steve Swanson

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Steve Swanson Distinguished Educator in Residence Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve will celebrate the National Park Service Centennial on Saturday, Aug. 27, with special presentations that examine our past and look to the future. Former NASA astronaut Steve …

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Boise State’s New Challenge: Be Distinct, Vital, Influential

The annual State of the University speech celebrated Boise State’s recent designation as a doctoral research university in the nation’s premier classification system.

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Three New Dining Options Added to Campus

Starting fall semester, Dining Services will feature new retail locations at three locations on campus: On Aug. 22, the Student Union Building Food Court will unveil Moe’s Southwest Grill in addition to the existing Subway, Chick-fil-A, P.O.D. Market and Moxie Java. Moe’s offers a …

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‘Academic Ambassadors’ Interested in Student Recruitment Needed

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The Office of Admissions is excited to announce the new Academic Ambassador program designed to engage faculty and academic representatives in undergraduate recruitment of new and transfer students, as well as college advocacy outreach to younger students. National research shows …

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Lindsey Turner

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Lindsey Turner College of Education Lindsey Turner and the College of Education at Boise State are a key partner on a new five-year project that has been funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The project focuses on …

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State of the University Address is Aug. 17

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The Office of the Provost has announced the schedule of campus and college-wide activities for the start of fall 2016 semester.

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Classes Canceled in the Science Building Until Further Notice

Contractors blew a transformer, affecting power in the Science and Education buildings.

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Julianne A. Wenner

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Julianne A. Wenner Assistant Professor Curriculum, Instruction & Foundational Studies College of Education Julianne A. Wenner was recently featured in Education Week for a literature review she compiled with Todd Campbell from the University of Connecticut. The review contains information compiled …

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