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Meet Storyfort Director and Boise State Graduate Christian Winn

Christian Winn, a 2003 graduate of Boise State’s MFA program in creative writing, has become both an unofficial and official Idaho ambassador of the literary arts since he left campus nearly two decades ago. Winn was one of the founding … (Read More) Meet Storyfort Director and Boise State Graduate Christian Winn

Meet Amber Beierle: Historian, Advocate and Teacher

Amber Beierle’s professional accomplishments are many, and they are notable. After starting 14 years ago as a weekend intern giving tours at the Old Idaho Penitentiary, Beierle is now historic sites administrator for the Idaho State Historical Society. She is … (Read More) Meet Amber Beierle: Historian, Advocate and Teacher

Get Ready for Idaho’s First Screendance Film Festival

Screendance, or “dance for camera,” is an art form that merges cinematography and choreography to create vibrant, often provocative short films. Dance is central, but camera movement, editing and sound – or the intentional absence of sound – all contribute to … (Read More) Get Ready for Idaho’s First Screendance Film Festival

Trent Garrett Wins 2nd Place at LSAMP Conference

The Boise State LSAMP Scholars Program took 15 students to the 10th Annual Pacific Northwest LSAMP Conference: Vision for the Future, Identifying, Developing, and Investing in Future Innovators in STEM at the University of Washington February 28 to March 1. The … (Read More) Trent Garrett Wins 2nd Place at LSAMP Conference

Graduate Student Receives National Recognition for Natural Hazards Paper

Graduate student Carson MacPherson-Krutsky in the Department of Geosciences recently was awarded the 2018 Geological Society of America (GSA) Geology and Society Division Best Student Paper Award at the GSA annual meeting in Indianapolis. Mentored by Associate Professor Brittany Brand, … (Read More) Graduate Student Receives National Recognition for Natural Hazards Paper

Geophysics Club Works to Help Solve Mysteries in Historic Boise Cemetery

On a recent bright but chilly morning, the Boise State Geophysics Club used ground-penetrating radar, magnetometers and GPS to begin locating the graves of inmates buried in the cemetery at the former Idaho State Prison, now the historic site known … (Read More) Geophysics Club Works to Help Solve Mysteries in Historic Boise Cemetery

Awards Now Open for Submissions

The 2019 Boise State President’s Writing Awards contest is now open for undergraduate submissions. The deadline is 11:59 p.m. on Monday, March 25. The contest is open to all undergraduate coursework written from spring semester 2018 to spring semester 2019 … (Read More) Awards Now Open for Submissions

Fine Arts Alumnus Receives Regional Award

Shawn Edrington has received the Western Association of Graduate Schools Distinguished Master’s Thesis and/or Final Master’s Capstone Project Award in the category of creative, visual and performing arts for his thesis project “Terrain Vague.” The Western Association of Graduate Schools … (Read More) Fine Arts Alumnus Receives Regional Award

Continued Successes for the Talkin’ Broncos

The Pi Kappa Delta National Championship Boise State Speech and Debate team continued their 2018-19 season with another strong showing at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. This secures yet another win as they prepare for the upcoming Pi Kappa … (Read More) Continued Successes for the Talkin’ Broncos

School of the Arts Public Culture Initiative events, March 10-11 on the Boise State campus

Now in its fifth semester, the Public Culture Initiative is pleased to announce two campus and community film events upcoming on March 10 and 11 on the Boise State campus. Both evenings are free, open to the public, and start at 6 … (Read More) School of the Arts Public Culture Initiative events, March 10-11 on the Boise State campus