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College of Arts and Sciences Welcome Emeriti Faculty and Staff during Homecoming

With nearly 40 College of Arts and Sciences emeriti faculty and staff members and their guests in attendance, Dean Tony Roark welcomed the emeriti group back to campus on Homecoming Saturday. The Dean’s office hosted the annual event during Homecoming week … (Read More) College of Arts and Sciences Welcome Emeriti Faculty and Staff during Homecoming

Boise State Math Professor Earns Grant to Unlock Mysteries of the Human Body

Grady Wright Boise State mathematics professor Grady Wright is interested in developing numerical methods and software to better understand mysteries within the human body – for instance, how the shape of certain cells in our body change in response to … (Read More) Boise State Math Professor Earns Grant to Unlock Mysteries of the Human Body

Alumna Earns NSF Research Fellowship to Study Mechanisms of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s

Iva Stojkovska Boise State University alumna Iva Stojkovska has been awarded a highly competitive graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The three-year research fellowship includes a $34,000 annual stipend and $12,000 education allotment. Stojkovska graduated from Boise State as … (Read More) Alumna Earns NSF Research Fellowship to Study Mechanisms of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s

Boise State Researchers Awarded $1.6 Million to Develop Video Training Modules for Math Teachers

From left: Tatia Totorica, Michele Carney, Laurie Cavey and Patrick Lowenthal. Boise State researchers have been awarded a $1.6 million grant from the National Science Foundation to support innovation in middle- and high-school math teacher preparation. The four-year grant allows … (Read More) Boise State Researchers Awarded $1.6 Million to Develop Video Training Modules for Math Teachers

Scholarship Campaign Doubles Goal, Expanding Opportunities for Boise State Students

Thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends, Boise State University has concluded its Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Opportunities scholarship campaign with gifts and pledges totaling more than $52 million, more than doubling the campaign’s original goal. The four-and- a-half- year campaign was … (Read More) Scholarship Campaign Doubles Goal, Expanding Opportunities for Boise State Students

Graduate Student Earns NASA Fellowship to Study Light of the Early Universe

Boise State computational science and engineering graduate student Kathryn Drake recently was awarded a NASA Space Grant Consortium Fellowship for her project, titled “Data-Driven Matrix Decomposition Algorithms for Analyzing Massive Datasets Collected on a Sphere: Applications to Cosmic Microwave Background … (Read More) Graduate Student Earns NASA Fellowship to Study Light of the Early Universe

Registration Now Open for Treasure Valley Adjunct Conference

The first annual Treasure Valley Adjunct Conference (TVAC) will celebrate the scholarship and innovative teaching practices of adjunct faculty throughout the valley. The conference is a collaboration between Boise State, the College of Western Idaho and Northwest Nazarene University and … (Read More) Registration Now Open for Treasure Valley Adjunct Conference

Housing Welcomes New Faculty in Residence

Faculty in residence Andrew Giacomazzi, Kelly Arispe, Jonathan Krutz, Krishna Pakala, Tim Kempf, Caile Spear, Joe Champion, and program coordinator Vince Applegate There is an influx of new student faces in the residence halls this semester, along with some new … (Read More) Housing Welcomes New Faculty in Residence

Researchers Build Community Collaborations with $1 Million NSF Grant

The National Science Foundation has chosen Boise State University, in collaboration with the Boise Parks and Recreation Department and the Boise School District, to receive a more than $1 million grant to support a STEM + Computing Partnership project. The … (Read More) Researchers Build Community Collaborations with $1 Million NSF Grant

New Course Transcends Disciplinary Boundaries

Psychology professor Eric Landrum leads a small group discussion in class. Higher education has long been defined by disciplinary boundaries, those silos of expertise housed in colleges and departments across campus. But the newest trend in education promises to shatter … (Read More) New Course Transcends Disciplinary Boundaries