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Olga Salinas – UPDATE

Olga Salinas co-presented with colleagues from Washington State University at the National Association of Academic Advisors Region 8 annual conference, held April 10-12 in Missoula, Montana.The session focused on addressing the variety of stressors experienced by high-achieving students in health-related … (Read More) Olga Salinas – UPDATE

Cynthia Curl – UPDATE

Cynthia Curl recently was named one of Collaborative on Health and the Environment’s 20 pioneers in environmental public health under 40. The Collaborative on Health and the Environment is committed to protecting the health of families, children and communities from pollution and … (Read More) Cynthia Curl – UPDATE

Seven Arrows Powwow Honors Supporters

Six individuals were recognized ​at the 2017 Seven Arrows Powwow for their work supporting Native American students, academics, community, activism and culture. The powwow showcases the customs of Native Americans in full regalia, and visitors can try authentic Native American food … (Read More) Seven Arrows Powwow Honors Supporters

Boise State Online Master of Social Work Program Ranked 8th in the Nation

Boise State University’s online Master of Social Work (MSW) program has been ranked 8th in the nation in terms of affordability, according to SR Education, a non-profit organization that independently reviews hundreds of higher education institutions based on affordability, accessibility and quality. … (Read More) Boise State Online Master of Social Work Program Ranked 8th in the Nation

Academic Advisor Presents at the NACADA Region Eight Conference

Jamie Sheppard, academic advisor for College of Health Sciences, and math instructor Mandy McDaniel co-presented at the National Academic Advising Association’s Region 8 Conference in Missoula, Montana on April 11.  Their presentation was titled, “Students Reaching the Summit of Remedial and … (Read More) Academic Advisor Presents at the NACADA Region Eight Conference

Two College of Health Sciences Students Named Top Ten Scholars

Ten outstanding Boise State University graduating seniors, including two from the College of Health Sciences, were recognized for their exceptional academic success at the annual Top Ten Scholars reception at 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 21, in the Stueckle Sky Center. The … (Read More) Two College of Health Sciences Students Named Top Ten Scholars

Academic Advisor Publishes Book Review

Jamie Sheppard, academic advisor for the College of Health Sciences, has published a review of the book “In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom” on NACADA’s book review website at http://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Resources/Book-Reviews/Current-Past-Book-Reviews/In-Order-to-Live-A-North-Korean-Girls-Journey-to-Freedom.aspx. (Read More) Academic Advisor Publishes Book Review

Faculty Documents Noise Intensity for Indoor Hockey Officials

Karin Adams, assistant professor in the School of Allied Health Sciences’ Department of Community and Environmental Health, published “A Faceoff with Hazardous Noise: Noise Exposure and Hearing Threshold Shifts of Indoor Hockey Officials” with William J. Brazile, associate professor at … (Read More) Faculty Documents Noise Intensity for Indoor Hockey Officials

Faculty Quoted in Story on Limitations to the New United States’ Safe Zone Policy

Resubmitted from: Boise State University News Update February 2, 2017 Royce Hutson was quoted in a story from The Medialine titled “Limitations to the New United States’ Safe Zone Policy.” Hutson, who spent time working with Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, … (Read More) Faculty Quoted in Story on Limitations to the New United States’ Safe Zone Policy

Department Head Lillian Smith Talks Community and Environmental Health

Resubmitted from: Boise State University News Update February 13, 2017 Last semester, a new major quietly debuted in the College of Health Sciences. Boise State students now have the option of earning a bachelor’s degree in public health. This broad discipline encompasses everything … (Read More) Department Head Lillian Smith Talks Community and Environmental Health