Elena Gallina, a 2018 graduate of Boise State University, received a Rhodes Scholarship to study refugees and forced migration at Oxford University in England. She’s the first BSU recipient since 1981.
The world’s supply of chip-quality silicon is dwindling, worrying the semiconductor industry. Researchers at Boise State University are working to develop a new form of memory that replaces chips with DNA.
Boise State received permission from the Idaho State Board of Education on Thursday to continue the university’s attempt to acquire three pieces of property for its new baseball stadium, according to State Board spokesman Mike Keckler.
A new program, Boise State Passport to Education, will allow members and employees of CapEd Credit Union to pay for online undergraduate courses at a discount via monthly subscription fees. The program is aimed at working people.
Retiring Boise State President Bob Kustra gave his final address to Boise Metro Chamber members and local leaders. He called for digital transformation in education and announced a new cost-saving program.
Martin Schimpf was selected Friday, June 1, 2018, by the Idaho State Board of Education to serve as Boise State University interim president after Bob Kustra retires June 30. The board is expanding the search to find a new BSU president.
After the first round of interviews, the Idaho Board of Education will extend the search for Boise State University's next president. Idaho Board of Education President Linda Clark said she is aware of concerns that the search to replace Bob Kustra has been inadequate.
Many forward-thinking communities and business leaders are recognizing the importance of environmental research in understanding the impact that our rapidly shifting climate is having on our local economies – from trends in agriculture to changes in the length and severity of our fire seasons.
While it may be exciting to play up university rivalries for the benefit of alumni and sports fans, when it comes to research, the opposite is true – the success of a research project often depends on experts from a number of different disciplines coming together to solve a problem.
BSU President Bob Kustra speaks Nov. 17, 2017, about the decision to cut the school's wrestling program and establish a baseball team instead. "While I know there's many wrestling advocates out there, they can't compete with America's national pas
Sports is "an enormous investment" for Boise State University, but one that has paid off for the school as a whole, said BSU President Bob Kustra. "That Fiesta Bowl of 2007 really gave us a set of strategies on how we could take the rest of the un