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If you've ever had guests visit Boise from out of town, chances are they've remarked... [Read More]
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Janie Kiser Reflects   Boise State University's Computer Assisted Language Learning graduate certification program, or... [Read More]
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Chad Erpelding, a professor and graduate program director in the Department of Art, Design and... [Read More]
Jayash Paudel, an assistant professor of economics, presented his ongoing research titled "Adaptation to Climate... [Read More]
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People who are stuck at home, isolating themselves from the risks of catching or spreading... [Read More]
The bilingual newspaper, The Portuguese Tribune, recently interviewed Fatima Cornwall about her background, her teaching,... [Read More]
The Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Technology Transitions has announced new resources for innovators... [Read More]
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A book of contemporary poetry translated from Catalan by English professor Clyde Moneyhun has been... [Read More]
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Anthropology professor and department chair John Ziker recently published a co-authored paper on human foraging... [Read More]
When the Boise Farmers Market opened this spring in the midst of the pandemic, like... [Read More]
Noah Salzman, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been awarded funding from... [Read More]
"Reclaiming Writing Placement" written by English professor Heidi Estrem, English associate professor Dawn Shepherd and... [Read More]
Joining Boise State's Division of Research and Economic Development on July 1, 2020, Edward Vasko... [Read More]
With the goal of changing local minority students' lives through increasing the visibility of STEM... [Read More]
Hailing from Idaho City, Boise State environmental studies senior Aaron Carignan is on a mission... [Read More]
In the wake of COVID-19, university departments are having to rethink how they connect with... [Read More]
Our beloved town truly comes alive during the warmest months. Here are some of the biggest reasons we love living in Boise during the summer. [Read More]
The department of Literacy, Language and Culture (LLC) has flexible options for teachers and others... [Read More]
Are you thinking of becoming an educator or ready to start a graduate program? Now... [Read More]
When people need food aid, like these Nigerians, research finds they are more susceptible to... [Read More]
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