Yonsoo Park, violinist and string graduate assistant, and the Aestus Quartet, graduate scholarship quartet in residence featuring violinists Anne Wolfe and DaNece Lyman, violist Emily Jones, and cellist Kyle True, won their respective “young artist” and “collegiate chamber music” categories at the Music Teachers National Association regional competition held recently in Portland, Oregon.
Graduate students and undergrads from Boise State’s College of Health Sciences are working with state government to influence health care reform in the Gem State.
Karolin Marakool knew right away she was interested in the online Master of Business Administration program at Boise State University, although the school’s home state was a mystery.
Boise State University will begin offering the nation’s only fully online master of science degree program in genetic counseling beginning fall 2019.
A new program known as Tech2Market, developed for Idaho universities by the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), is being piloted at Boise State University this fall with support from the Idaho Technology Council.
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