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Boise State Student Wins Competitive Teaching Assistantship.

Sandy Walker, an English/Linguistics Major with a minor in German, has been selected for a highly competitive one-year position as an English Teaching Assistant in Reutte, Austria through Fulbright Austria. Reutte is a historical town in the western Austrian state … (Read More) Boise State Student Wins Competitive Teaching Assistantship.

Life-Changing Learning Can Happen Below Sea

Not many courses offer as much as Shawn Simonson’s Hyperbaric Physiology course. In this interdisciplinary graduate course, students learn about the physiological changes that occur while diving, the physics of underwater environments, the oceanic flora and fauna adaptations to the … (Read More) Life-Changing Learning Can Happen Below Sea

Two Students Receive Credentialing Scholarship

Kayla Rigenhagen and Hailey Poncia were awarded a credentialing scholarship from the Idaho Health Information Management Association (IdHIMA). The state association provides two to three scholarships per year to students and active members who are interested in sitting for a credentialing … (Read More) Two Students Receive Credentialing Scholarship

Diagnostic Radiology Students Dominate Annual Conference

Five groups of Boise State diagnostic radiology students placed in the top three spots for both research papers and poster presentations at the Idaho Society of Radiologic Technologists (ISRT) annual conference in Twin Falls, Idaho on April 1 and 2. … (Read More) Diagnostic Radiology Students Dominate Annual Conference

Radiology Students Place in National Competition

Three School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences students placed second at the annual Royal Domingo Student Essay Competition on Feb. 3-5 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The seniors, Ashley Broad, Tavia Saenz and Daniel Johnson competed with over … (Read More) Radiology Students Place in National Competition

Students Participate in Civic Engagement Exhibition

Twelve graduate students from the Department of Counselor Education participated in the Civic Engagement Exhibition this spring. The exhibition showcased visual displays of their Service–Learning experiences, final projects and research. Rhiannon Troll and Amber Dillon won “Best in Show” for … (Read More) Students Participate in Civic Engagement Exhibition

Two Geoscience Students Win Scholarships

Ten geoscience students presented posters on research topics for a local competition sponsored by the Society of Mining and Exploration (SME)-Boise Section. SME members chose undergraduate Danielle Terhaar and Ph.D. candidate Claire Ostwald to each receive a $500 scholarship. The … (Read More) Two Geoscience Students Win Scholarships

Respiratory Care Students Rank High in the Northwest

Eight students from the Department of Respiratory Care participated in one-week rotations in Northwest hospitals earlier this spring for the first time. A respiratory care practitioner treats and manages a patient’s breathing. Jeff Anderson, associate professor and director of clinical … (Read More) Respiratory Care Students Rank High in the Northwest

Study Abroad Leads to Internship in Ireland

Left to right: Michael Healy-Rae, Teachta Dala; Prime Minister Edna Kenny; Eddie Downey, President of the Irish Farmers Association; Brian Garretson One day, Brian Garretson, a junior double majoring in entrepreneurship management and communication, wandered into Sara Dart’s office to … (Read More) Study Abroad Leads to Internship in Ireland

Boise State Graduate Lands Dream Job

Graduates from Boise State University end up in all parts of the world doing all kinds of things. Take Phoebe Wallace, for example, whose job it is to swim with sea turtles and go whale watching. After graduating in May … (Read More) Boise State Graduate Lands Dream Job