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State’s research future relies on best minds, equipment (access required)

When Harold Blackman, director of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies, thinks about the future direction of research, he thinks of a nighttime satellite photograph of earth. The deep blue of the planet is shot through with tiny pinpoints of ...

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Proposals requested for solar schools projects

A grant of $2.75 million in Recovery Act funds is going to support solar systems at public schools throughout Idaho. The Idaho Office of Energy Resources is administering the grant, and has issued a Request for Qualifications seeking contractors to ...

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TVCC building topped out in Caldwell

The 39,000-square-foot building that will house a Caldwell branch of Treasure Valley Community College is externally complete. Representatives from TVCC, Oppenheimer Development Corp., Petra Construction, architect CSHQA, Caldwell East Urban Renewal Agency and the city of Caldwell planned to gather ...

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Mountjoy named dean of NNU business school 

Stephen Mountjoy, Northwest Nazarene University School of Business acting dean since August, has been named dean and will transition to the new assignment immediately. Mountjoy brings strong academic credentials and a background in business leadership to the dean’s post, the ...

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BSU hosts development workshops March 2

Boise State University’s College of Business and Economics is hosting a day of workshops and career development advice from Idaho business leaders. Billed as a Leadership and Development Day, and slated for March 2, the event is geared toward Boise ...

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BBB combines eastern Idaho with western Idaho

The Better Business Bureau serving eastern Idaho and western Wyoming is joining forces with the Better Business Bureau serving southwest Idaho and eastern Oregon to combine into one organization, covering three states and 40-counties. “This is an exciting time for ...

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Keynetics founder to highlight Stanford conference

Brad Wiskirchen, CEO of Idaho’s privately held tech company Keynetics and its subsidiaries Kount and ClickBank, will participate in the Stanford Graduate School of Business on a panel discussion during the university’s annual Entrepreneur Conference. The conference, on Feb. 26, ...

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BSU awards research grants to undergrads to examine water, climate change issues

Eight Boise State University undergraduates will share $42,000 in research grants this spring and summer to study issues related to water and climate change alongside Boise State faculty. The grants, according to a release, support participation of under-represented students in ...

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