(above) Grassy Twin Lakes near McCall, Idaho.
Check out some of the events happening on campus and in Boise. Have an event graduate students might be interested in? Email us the info.
Ongoing Events and Groups
Ecological Research Association
every Wednesday during the academic year
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Albertsons Library, room 201E
hosted by the Ecological Research Association
The Ecological Research Association is a new graduate student peer-group focused on scholarly and professional development. During weekly meetings they share discuss research questions and methods, give and view presentations, and get helpful feedback from their peers.
The founding members are in the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior PhD program. This group may also interest folks in the Biology, Anthropology, Human Environment Systems, and Geosciences programs. All graduate students interested in ecological questions welcome!
Email Karl with your questions.
International Student Fridays
every Friday during the academic year
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Riverfront Hall, room 318
Hosted by the Graduate College
The Graduate College knows the importance of building relationships and seeking mentorship for students whom lack networks in Idaho. In response to this issue, they host a special peer writing group for international students complete with one-on-one coaching sessions. Stop by to check it out!
ASBSU Gubernatorial Town Hall: Democratic Candidates
Monday, May 7, 2018
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Student Union Building, Jordan Ballroom
Hosted by the Associated Students of Boise State University
You can participate in Boise State's first ever student-run, student-led Gubernatorial Town Halls, presented by ASBSU. The election for the governor for Idaho is coming up in November, and this is a great opportunity to get to know the candidates. Democratic candidates A.J. Balukoff and Paulette Jordan have been invited to Democratic Town Hall on May 7.
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