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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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NNU Grad Fair set Feb. 11

Northwest Nazarene University plans its annual Grad Fair, focused on post-graduate opportunities, from 4 to 8 p.m. Feb. 11 at the university’s Brandt Center, on Holly Street in Nampa. The free event can help people who look to build on ...

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Boise State mid-year research grants hit new record high (access required)

Boise State University is only halfway through its 2010 fiscal year, but officials said the university has already secured more external research and grant funding than it did for all of FY ’08, and “easily” outpaced last year’s second quarter ...

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UI business college receives extended AACSB accreditation

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business has renewed accreditation for the University of Idaho’s College of Business and Economics, and extended a specialized accreditation for the university’s accounting program. Known as the “gold standard” of business schools, only ...

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BSU, ISU presidents continue pleas to minimize higher education cuts  (access required)

The presidents of Boise State University and Idaho State University lobbed a few more pleas to lawmakers on the Legislature’s budget-writing committee to minimize cuts to higher education during a second day of public education budget hearings Jan. 26. BSU ...

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UI Boise brown bag series kicks off Feb. 3

The University of Idaho is kicking off a series of monthly brown bag presentations on Feb. 3 aimed at providing businesses with tips on incorporating sustainable practices while improving the bottom line. College of Business and Economics Dean Jack Morris ...

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