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Celebrate 70 Years of Fulbrights Jan. 24

  Join the Center for Global Education from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Fulbright program at the Yanke Family Research Park. Pei-Lin Yu during her Fulbright. The celebration is a great opportunity to … (Read More) Celebrate 70 Years of Fulbrights Jan. 24

Visiting Artists Will Collaborate to Create an On-Site Installation at Boise State

The Visual Arts Center and the Department of Art’s Visiting Artist and Scholar Program will host the exhibition New Residue, a collaboration by artists Michael McFalls and Jon Swindler. The exhibition will open Jan. 26 and continue through March 16 in … (Read More) Visiting Artists Will Collaborate to Create an On-Site Installation at Boise State

Boise State Chemistry Duo Introduces STEM to 36,000 Kids, Adults

Henry Charlier, aka Dr. Picklestein. Twenty years ago, before his tenure at Boise State University, Henry Charlier brought a pickle back to life to the fascination and awe of his local church group. On that day, the quirky chemistry character Dr. Picklestein … (Read More) Boise State Chemistry Duo Introduces STEM to 36,000 Kids, Adults

Boise State’s Annual China Night Celebration is Feb. 11

The Boise State Chinese Club will host the annual China Night event to welcome the Year of the Dog. The event will take place from 6-9 p.m. Sunday, Feb.11, in the Jordan Ballroom of the Boise State Student Union Building. … (Read More) Boise State’s Annual China Night Celebration is Feb. 11

French Language Film Festival is Coming to Boise State

Thanks to a cultural grant from the French government, the Department of World Languages and the Idaho Film Collection will host the Tournees Film Festival on campus in January and February. Free screenings of six French films will take place at 6 … (Read More) French Language Film Festival is Coming to Boise State

College of Arts and Sciences Honors Faculty Awards Winners

College of Arts and Sciences Dean Tony Roark recognized four deserving faculty members during the spring college meeting as winners of the 2017 faculty honors and awards. The college honors and awards committee, comprised of 16 members from 16 COAS … (Read More) College of Arts and Sciences Honors Faculty Awards Winners

First Friday Astronomy Lecture and Stargazing in Newly Reopened Observatory

  February’s First Friday Astronomy Lecture and Stargazing event, which will take place from 7:30-9:30 p.m. on Feb. 2, will offer a couple attractions. First, guest lecturer Christy Tremonit, assistant professor of astronomy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will present … (Read More) First Friday Astronomy Lecture and Stargazing in Newly Reopened Observatory

Department of Communication Opens ‘Stop-Gap’ Food Pantry for Students

Plans for a university-wide food pantry are in the works. But until that happens, students and faculty in the Department of Communication have come up with their own solution, a small pantry called the Snack Shack in the department’s faculty … (Read More) Department of Communication Opens ‘Stop-Gap’ Food Pantry for Students

Research Shows Treasure Valley Farmland Halved in 80 Years if Development Trends Continue

When most people think of land preservation, they envision forests, not farmlands. However, many farmers in the Treasure Valley are concerned about the recent rapid loss of farmland to development, as this area has about 365,600 acres of the most … (Read More) Research Shows Treasure Valley Farmland Halved in 80 Years if Development Trends Continue

Fettucine Forum Jan. 17 Tackles ‘Media Literacy: Fake News, Politics and Power’

Seth Ashley, associate professor of journalism and media studies in the Department of Communication, will facilitate a discussion on Jan. 17 at Boise City Hall to help consumers of media build their media literacy, analyze information, as well as spot hoaxes … (Read More) Fettucine Forum Jan. 17 Tackles ‘Media Literacy: Fake News, Politics and Power’