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Boise State Earns Higher Category in Doctoral Research University Classification

Boise State University is now a doctoral university with “high research activity” according to the nation’s premier college classification system. Idaho’s largest public university, which was bumped into the overall doctoral research class in 2016, now joins the University of … (Read More) Boise State Earns Higher Category in Doctoral Research University Classification

Four COAS Faculty Honored at Spring 2019 Event

College of Arts and Sciences Interim Dean Leslie Durham recognized four deserving faculty members during the spring college meeting as winners of the 2018-19 faculty honors and awards. The college honors and awards committee, comprised of 16 members from 16 … (Read More) Four COAS Faculty Honored at Spring 2019 Event

First Astronomy Event of 2019 is February 1

Exploring Europa: A Dynamic Ocean World Dr. Samuel Howell, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Europa, a moon of Jupiter, is a geologically active and potentially habitable world, with a global ocean twenty times deeper than Earth’s protected from the vacuum of space by … (Read More) First Astronomy Event of 2019 is February 1

First Event for the The Idea of Nature Public Lecture Series

On Wednesday, February 6 at 6:00 p.m., former Idaho House of Representative and candidate for governor of Idaho, Paulette Jordan will present a lecture titled, “Rights of Nature: The Future of Idaho’s Landscape. Jordan’s  speech is part of the Interdisciplinary … (Read More) First Event for the The Idea of Nature Public Lecture Series

Annual China Night Will Be Held Feb. 16

The Boise State Chinese Club will host the annual China Night to welcome the Year of the Pig. The event will take place from 6-8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16 in the Jordan Ballroom of the Student Union Building. Chinese … (Read More) Annual China Night Will Be Held Feb. 16

From Blue to Green: Grant Will Help Historian Chart Boise’s ‘Deindustrialization’

Urban Boise, 8th and Main streets looking northwest. (Collection of the Library of Congress: PAN US GEOG – Idaho no. 31). The city of Boise, notable for its ongoing growth spurt, bills itself as a green and sporty city – … (Read More) From Blue to Green: Grant Will Help Historian Chart Boise’s ‘Deindustrialization’

Boise State to Host Free French Film Festival

Still from “Makala,” a film about the life of a charcoal salesman in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For the second year in a row, with help from a grant from the FACE Foundation (an organization in support of French-American … (Read More) Boise State to Host Free French Film Festival

College of Arts and Sciences Hosts Retirement Celebration for Evelyn Redshaw

The College of Arts and Sciences (COAS) invites the campus community to celebrate the retirement of Evelyn Redshaw, senior business manager, from 2-4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 14, in the Lookout Room of the Student Union Building. Interim Dean Leslie … (Read More) College of Arts and Sciences Hosts Retirement Celebration for Evelyn Redshaw

Trio, Including Multidisciplinary Studies and BAS Director Jon Schneider, Awarded Prize in Regional Conference

Top: Jon Schneider, Michelle Steffens, Peter Risse, Bottom: Brittany McEwen, Amanda Ryan, Rebecca Morgan, Faye Montoya After presenting at the 2018 University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) West regional conference, Boise State staff members were selected as “Best in … (Read More) Trio, Including Multidisciplinary Studies and BAS Director Jon Schneider, Awarded Prize in Regional Conference

Bangladeshi Student Awarded Top Recognition for International Students

Abir Rahman was recognized with the Outstanding International Student Scholar Award at the International Graduation Celebration on December 12, 2018. Abir received his Ph.D in Biomolecular Sciences on December 15. His research focused on investigating autophagy dysfunction induced by a … (Read More) Bangladeshi Student Awarded Top Recognition for International Students