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“An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story”

Films can often be a source of profound inspiration. And if they’re particularly enlightening, we are forever changed by what we see. Film is a great medium for teaching, and we’re very fortunate at Boise State to have the opportunity … (Read More) “An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story”

Higher Ed in Rural Idaho – A Boise State Priority

There was a time when living in a rural area meant you’d have to leave home to pursue a college education. Today, online access opens doors to thousands of Idahoans who live and work in Idaho’s treasured rural areas. How … (Read More) Higher Ed in Rural Idaho – A Boise State Priority

Adapt academic and professional education to careers of tomorrow

This letter from the president also appeared in the Idaho Statesman this week. Gov. Butch Otter’s new task force on higher education is another step forward toward supporting, funding and maintaining a sustainable system that ensures future generations have the … (Read More) Adapt academic and professional education to careers of tomorrow

What the Sea of Blue Means for the Future — 99th Commencement Ceremony Dec. 17

This winter marks our 99th commencement ceremony, but this year we’ll look different. It’s the first time all of our undergraduates will walk in Boise State blue regalia — a new tradition that is designed to culminate this achievement and … (Read More) What the Sea of Blue Means for the Future — 99th Commencement Ceremony Dec. 17

Why Fine Arts Must Be a Top Priority for Boise State

The arts and humanities are vital and crucial to the success of our city, state and region now more than ever before. For a decade, the university has focused on boosting the science, technology, engineering and math degrees urgently needed … (Read More) Why Fine Arts Must Be a Top Priority for Boise State