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University cybersecurity program gets industry input (access required)

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Work is progressing on a cybersecurity education curriculum at Boise State University, where the department recently held a meeting of potential employers to determine what they would need. “The purpose is to work with industry to identify content topics,” said ...

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Boise State extends partnership with Vietnamese university (access required)

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Boise State University has extended a program with a Vietnamese university that provides an exchange program for undergraduate Vietnamese students. Representatives from National Economics University, based in Hanoi, attended a signing ceremony at the Boise State University Administration Building on ...

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Boise State gets grant for cybersecurity certificate (access required)

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Boise State University has received more than $800,000 from the Idaho Workforce Development Council to help jump-start its cybersecurity certificate. The university first started talking about the 12-credit certificate – a two-semester online program that does not require a computer ...

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University collaboration could resurrect ‘higher education CEO’ proposal (access required)

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New presidents of Idaho state universities, with an increased spirit of collaboration, could resurrect a several-year-old plan to consolidate some university services to save money. On. Oct. 8, Gov. Brad Little led what he called a “fireside chat” among the ...

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U of I receives $1 Million gift to support new meat science facility

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A University of Idaho campaign to create a new meat science center advanced another major step thanks to a $1 million gift from the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation. The Agri Beef Meat Science and Innovation Center Honoring Ron Richard will ...

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University of Idaho to play pivotal role in Dragonfly’s life on Titan experiment (access required)

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MOSCOW — Is there life on Titan? The University of Idaho hopes to find out. The mission isn’t scheduled to depart Earth until 2026, but Jason Barnes, associate professor of physics in the University of Idaho’s College of Science, is working ...

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