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Category Archives: 2007-2008

June 25, 2008

Dear Friends,

Boise State enjoys literally hundreds of partnerships across the state and region that help us focus our priorities on the needs of the community and its economy. I’d like to report on one of these initiatives that perfectly reflects the principles behind our growing research programs. (more…)

March 24, 2008

Dear Friends,

Boise State University’s success has been phenomenal. The growth of our student body, the strengthening of our academics and the blossoming of our research are all showing the way to a very bright future here. However, finding space for all of our pursuits on campus has proven to be a challenge. (more…)

February 28, 2008

Dear Friends,

Learning for the joy of learning. That’s the laudable concept behind the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Boise State University.

Billed as “a spa for the mind,” the Osher Institute’s membership-based program for adults is open to anyone who wishes to participate. This series of lectures, noncredit courses and special events, given by Boise State professors and visiting experts, includes a broad spectrum of topics. (more…)

January 30, 2008

Dear Friends,

Boise State University’s success as a metropolitan research university has reached an important milestone: our planned Center for Environmental Science and Economic Development (CESED) will be the first major brick-and-mortar project on campus brought about by and dedicated to the advancement of research. (more…)

December 19, 2007

Dear Friends,

A key aspect of a fulfilling college education is a rich and varied campus experience. At Boise State, we’ve taken very deliberate steps in recent years to create a stimulating cultural, academic, research and social atmosphere on campus. Now, another piece of that campus life puzzle is falling into place. (more…)