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Lynn McConnell is new HR manager at Hawley Troxell (access required)

Hawley Troxell welcomes Lynn McConnell to the firm as human resources manager. Lynn has 25 years of experience in human resources, both domestically and internationally. Her experience includes: benefit program design, executive compensation, salary administration and salary plan design, training, ...

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Hopkins earns architecture license (access required)

CSHQA, a design collaboration is pleased to announce that Scott Hopkins, LEED AP, has earned his Idaho state license to practice architecture. Scott joined CSHQA in 2005 and has been involved with a variety of noteworthy projects including the Springs Apartments ...

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Boise State professor selected for Fulbright award (access required)

Kerry Rice, chair of the Department of Educational Technology at Boise State University, has been selected for a Fulbright award to Poland. “I’m so thrilled right now I can hardly think straight,” Rice said when informed of the award. She ...

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Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff joins Concordia University (access required)

Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff has joined Concordia University as director of the Legal Research and Writing Program. In this position she will create, direct, and teach the first-year legal research and writing course in partnership with other faculty, as well as developing ...

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Brent Rasmussen Joins Balihoo’s board

Brent Rasmussen, president of CareerBuilder North America, has joined the board of Balihoo, the premier provider of Local Marketing Automation (LMA) technology and services to national brands with local marketing needs. Rasmussen is an accomplished business strategist and brings a ...

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Michael Murphy joins Boise Inc. as vice president, treasurer

Michael Murphy will join Boise Inc. as vice president and treasurer on April 16, 2012. “We are pleased to have Michael join our team. His deep expertise with financial markets and mergers and acquisitions will be an important asset to ...

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NASC recognizes Donna Jones with President’s Award

The National Association of State Comptrollers (NASC) has conferred the NASC President’s Award upon Donna Jones, state controller of Idaho. The award is given to recognize exceptional leadership and service to the association. The award was presented to Jones on ...

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ISU College of Pharmacy wins national competition for Operation Diabetes

Idaho State University College of Pharmacy has won first place in the national competition for Operation Diabetes from the American Pharmacists Association. Operation Diabetes is a student outreach program that screens the public for diabetes and educates on management of ...

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Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Group

Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Group welcomes Rachel Sullivan to its Emerald Office. Rachel is an Idaho native and is new to real estate. With a background as a dental hygienist, she’s well versed in providing careful, detailed service to her clients. ...

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Boise Metro Chamber hires Sarah Wolfe

The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce has hired Sarah Wolfe as the newest members of its sales force. Wolfe spent the last 11 years in radio, television and digital media sales and comes to the Chamber from KBOI-TV, itself a ...

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