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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

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

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

Meet Commencement Speaker Ashley Potzernitz

Ashley Potzernitz’s family has lived in Jackson, Wyoming, for seven generations. She grew up “very lucky,” she said, with her extended family all around her. She rode horses, fished on her grandfather’s boat and studied hard in school. The double-major in … (Read More) Meet Commencement Speaker Ashley Potzernitz

World Language Project Wins Global Award

Fatima Cornwall,  Department of World Languages, and her students Diana Hernandez-Rivera, Devin Hoobler, Claudia Galaviz, Christine Mendoza, Mariana Sabatasse, Mackenzie Moss, Austin Robishaw, Matthew Stocking, Regina Tom and Roxana Winston are the recipients of the American Council on the Teaching … (Read More) World Language Project Wins Global Award

Casita Nepantla Hosts Art Lecture by Lupita (Bad Apple) Garcia

Lupita (Bad Apple) Garcia Casita Nepantla, the space devoted to showcasing Latino art and culture and encouraging scholarly work on Latino issues in the Boise State Student Union Building, invites the public to “Mi Dulce Corazon,” a lecture and exhibition … (Read More) Casita Nepantla Hosts Art Lecture by Lupita (Bad Apple) Garcia

Boise State Faculty Collaborates to Create New Minor

A team of Boise State faculty including Lisa Brady (History), Yookyung Lee (World Languages) and Carole Schroeder (History) participated in the Infusing Korean Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum institute at the University of Hawai’i-Manoa in Honolulu. Brady, Lee and Schroeder are working … (Read More) Boise State Faculty Collaborates to Create New Minor

COAS Graduate Receives Summer Program Scholar Award

Student Spotlight: Abby Cain Abby Cain (Orlovich), a Spanish secondary education and International Business double major, has been selected for the highly competitive American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages’ (ACTFL) Center of Assessment and Research Development (CARD) summer … (Read More) COAS Graduate Receives Summer Program Scholar Award

Fulbright Grant Program Recognizes Boise State Graduates, Lecturer

Four Boise State graduates and a lecturer in the Department of English have been recognized by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Since the inception of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, 17 students/alumni applying through Boise State have received grants. Thirteen of … (Read More) Fulbright Grant Program Recognizes Boise State Graduates, Lecturer

Meet Afternoon Spring Commencement Speaker Rachel Elena Gallina

  Concluding an impressive academic and service-driven track record, Boise State is proud to present Rachel Elena Gallina as one of two Boise State University spring 2018 commencement speakers. Gallina graduates with honors from Boise State with a bachelor’s in … (Read More) Meet Afternoon Spring Commencement Speaker Rachel Elena Gallina