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Steiner Named as One of Idaho’s Top 50 Authors

Stan Steiner, chair of the Department of Literacy, has been named as one of Idaho’s Top 50 Authors.

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Sue Huizinga Presented National Award for Leadership

The Council for Opportunity in Education (COE) presented Sue Huizinga with the Walter O. Mason Jr. Award for her distinguished service and leadership to the TRiO community.

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Boise State Participating in Math and Science Education Forum

A math and science education forum on Oct. 18 will recognize Idaho educators who attended the 2011 Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy.

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Bilingual Education Awarded $106,739 Grant for Scholarship Program

The grant is to help increase the number of bilingual, English as a second language (ESL) and Native American teachers in Idaho classrooms.

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EdTech Offers K-12 Online Teaching Endorsement

The Department of Educational Technology (EdTech) is offering a K-12 online teaching endorsement, building on its successful K-12 online teaching certificate program.

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Kris Kamann Named New College of Education Development Director

Kris Kamann, new development director for the College of Education, previously served as associate director of the Bronco Athletic Association.

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450 Participants Expected for Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency

More than 450 people are expected to attend the ongoing 27th annual Idaho Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency (ICADD) in the Student Union through Thursday.

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College of Education Hires Caldwell Superintendent Roger Quarles

Caldwell School District Superintendent Roger Quarles will join the educational leadership program in the College of Education in July.

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State Education Center Becomes Western Wing of National School Improvement Efforts

Boise State is the new home of a western wing of a national education improvement center that helps states, school districts and families make wise decisions about educational opportunities.

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State Farm Pledges $5,400 to Support Financial Literacy at Boise State

A $5,400 grant from State Farm Insurance will help underrepresented students at Boise State gain a better understanding of personal finances, credit and budgeting.

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3D GameLab Summer Camp for Teachers Turns Learning Into a Game

A Boise State online summer camp will show teachers how to turn their classrooms into a living adventure that challenges students with motivating quests, engaging projects, games and activities.

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Counselor Education Presented National Professional Award

Boise State’s Department of Counselor Education has received a $5,000 Professional Identity Award for 2010 from the National Board for Certified Counselors.

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