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Boise State University

Archive-It Partner Since: Oct, 2017

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: https://archives.boisestate.edu/   

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ACLU of Idaho

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

The ACLU of Idaho is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of civil liberties and civil rights.

Subject:   Society & Culture Civil rights Civil liberties Nonprofit organizations Human rights American Civil Liberties Union

Add the Words

Archived since: Oct, 2021

Description:

Add the Words, Idaho is committed to elevating awareness of how many marginalized communities and what impacts them are not singular but intersected. Our educational outreach and community organizing will be centered on equality for all Idahoans with a focus of gender and queer justice.

Subject:   Politics & Elections Gay rights Homosexuality -- Law and legislation Human rights Laws and Legislation

Anne Frank Memorial

Archived since: Oct, 2021

Description:

Dedicated to the public in 2002, the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial was built by the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights as an educational park designed to actively engage visitors to think, to talk with one another, and to respond to the human rights issues we face in our community, our country and our world. Both the triumphs and tragedies of the human story are on display, but in every quote and every idea, we see the profound power of a single voice or bold action to overcome great odds and alter the course of history. The Memorial includes a life-sized bronze statue of Anne Frank as she peers out an open window. The Memorial is comprised of several major elements: Attic Amphitheater, Memorial Quotes Walls, Water Feature, Rose Beal Legacy Garden and Marilyn Shuler Classroom for Human Rights. Human rights quotes are incorporated within these elements and featured throughout the Memorial. The Memorial is the only Anne Frank Memorial in the United States and one of the few places in the world where the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is on permanent, public display in its entirety.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Human rights Memorials

Boise State Bronco Day 2020

Archived since: May, 2020

No description.

Boise State Social Media

Archived since: Nov, 2019

No description.

Boise State University Campus Maps

Archived since: Apr, 2022

No description.

Boise State University Website

Archived since: Nov, 2016

No description.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries

Boise State University websites

Archived since: Oct, 2017

No description.

BoiseDev

Archived since: Nov, 2019

Description:

Founded in 2016, BoiseDev covers the story of a changing Idaho. From growth, to businesses, to housing, to development – the site helps Idahoans understand the factors that make up the changes they see in their neighborhood. With a team of reporters, led by publisher Don Day, BoiseDev provides coverage of Boise, Meridian, Nampa, McCall, Sun Valley and surrounding areas.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Arts & Humanities

Bronco Day

Archived since: Apr, 2018

No description.

Cheryl Hindrichs SelectedWorks

Archived since: Jan, 2023

No description.

Donna Fletcher Crow

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Website for author, Donna Fletcher Crow, novelist of British history.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Dr. Peck Legacy

Archived since: Apr, 2022

Description:

Dr. Louis A. Peck was a gifted artist, outstanding educator, and inspirational mentor to the many students whose lives he directly and indirectly influenced in his career. Dr. Peck was without a doubt the founding figure in the growth and development of the ‘Art Department’ at Boise Junior College, Boise College, Boise State College and Boise State University. Over his four-decade career he guided, staffed and led the then one-person Art Department to prominence, while recruiting and hiring 37 art professors along the way. He retired in 1989 and passed away on October 26, 2005.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Artists Professors

East End Neighborhood Association

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

The East End Neighborhood Association (EENA) exists to serve and represent the residents of the East End. It is dedicated to helping maintain and improve the character, livability, and historical aspects of the neighborhood and towards improving the unique quality of life of our present and future residents.

Subject:   Society & Culture Government - Cities Neighborhood associations City Planning Civic Activism Neighborhoods--Idaho--Boise Zoning--Idaho--Boise

Episcopal Diocese of Idaho

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

We are a welcoming and affirming group of local Christian communities who are united with The Episcopal Church, a province of the worldwide Anglican Communion, and a part of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church.

Subject:   Society & Culture Religion

Ethos Project

Archived since: Aug, 2022

Description:

The Boise State Ethos Project symposium provides a platform where undergraduate students can stand up and share projects and ideas. The symposium is a way to empower students to see the importance of their voices in shaping the direction of the university and community.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Society & Culture Symposium Speeches, addresses, etc.

Gilbert and Sullivan Archive

Archived since: Oct, 2021

Description:

This is the home site for all Gilbert and Sullivan related activities on the Internet.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Opera

Hummel Architects

Archived since: Oct, 2021

No description.

Idaho Dance Theatre

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Idaho Dance Theatre is a Professional Contemporary Dance Company located in Boise, Idaho. Founded in 1989 by Marla and Alfred Hansen with Carl Rowe, the company's mission remains to bring contemporary dance to the state of Idaho through outreach and educational programs, and to maintain a space for dancers to develop and explore new creative forms of contemporary dance. Idaho Dance Theatre was incorporated as a non-profit corporation in July of 1990, allowing their performances and outreach to be supported solely by donations from individuals, businesses, grants, and local organizations.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Arts--Idaho Dance

Idaho Public Health Association

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Established in 1939 and receiving 501(c)3 status in 1952, the Idaho Public Health Association (IPHA) is the oldest nonprofit organization representing public, private, and consumer health interests in Idaho. The purpose of IPHA is to foster and support improvements in the health and welfare of Idaho citizens and to provide a forum for the expression and dissemination of current health issues, trends, and technologies.

Subject:   Science & Health

Idaho Shakespeare Festival

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

The Festival’s mission is to produce great theater, entertain and educate. Idaho Shakespeare Festival is proud to be a member of The Shakespeare Theatre Association (STA).

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Spontaneous Events Theater

Is this an OER?

Archived since: Dec, 2022

Description:

Why This? Why Now? As inclusive access programs and other affordable course material initiatives continue to grow across the higher education landscape, open education advocates will benefit from being able to distinguish their work from other, related initiatives. When it is perceived as just another affordable learning option, the concept and impact of OER initiatives can become garbled. While open education work can connect to affordable learning initiatives beneficially, approaching them as analogous yet distinct programs is vital. This site has been created to help those supporting open and affordable course material programs better articulate the differences between these course material types and the unique benefits of each.

Subject:   Computers & Technology Universities & Libraries Blogs & Social Media Open education resources, Education

Larry LaRocco

Archived since: Jan, 2021

No description.

Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation

Archived since: Oct, 2021

Description:

The Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation is dedicated to advancing the great State of Idaho. We believe that this is a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. For more than fifty years, we have provided support to organizations that make Idaho great. Through family leadership and low costs, we have maximized the funds we can provide through our two main efforts, a scholarship program and a competitive grants program.

Subject:   Society & Culture Grants Nonprofit

M-K Foundation

Archived since: Oct, 2021

Description:

Morrison Knudsen Foundation was started in 1947 at the Morrison-Knudsen Company (M-K) with donations from M-K employees. Morrison Knudsen Company was a construction and engineering company founded in 1912 by Harry Morrison and Morris Knudsen. M-K played a crucial role in developing our community. Some of their local projects included the New York Canal, Bogus Basin, Cascade Reservoir, Boise Memorial Bridge, and building numerous roads, railroad lines, power and water projects. M-K also completed many prestigious national and international engineering feats such as Hoover Dam, San Francisco Bay Bridge, Penn Station, and Buenos Aires Subway. Morrison Knudsen expanded their business to include management of manufacturing plants, mining operations and a locomotive remanufacturing business (M-K Locomotive Shop started in Boise, Idaho).

Subject:   Society & Culture Dams--Design and construction Engineering

Marc Johnson, Many Things Considered

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Marc C. Johnson has worked as a broadcast journalist, a top aide to Cecil D. Andrus, Idaho’s longest serving governor, and a public affairs and crisis communications consultant. Marc spent nearly 25 years in various capacities with Gallatin Public Affairs, including serving as the firm’s president and the long-time managing partner of the Idaho office. A student of political history, Marc writes and speaks regularly on political history with particular focus on the New Deal era, U.S. Senate history and the America presidency.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Politics & Elections Politics and government Journalism

Mountain Visions

Archived since: Dec, 2019

No description.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Arts & Humanities Idaho Photography

Nicole LeFavour

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Today Cole LeFavour works daily to try to make the world a kinder, more just, compassionate and prosperous place, not just for the few but for the many. As Idaho’s First openly gay elected official, Cole served in the Idaho legislature for 8 years working on prison sentencing reform, defending teachers and schools, increasing the fairness of Idaho tax policy, improving treatment and recovery resources, & advancing human and civil rights.

Subject:   Government - Cities Politics & Elections Gay rights--Idaho Gays--Idaho Idaho--Politics and government Idaho. Legislature Political campaigns--Idaho Women--Idaho

North End Neighborhood Association

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

The North End Neighborhood Association (NENA) is a non-profit organization serving Boise’s Historic North End since 1976. NENA is Boise's first registered neighborhood association and is volunteer-run. NENA represents, preserves, and protects the historic, social, cultural, and environmental character of Boise’s North End neighborhood. Proud owner & organizer of Boise's iconic annual community craft fair & music fest, Hyde Park Street Fair.

Subject:   Government - Cities Politics & Elections Society & Culture City Planning Civic Activism Neighborhoods--Idaho--Boise Zoning--Idaho--Boise Neighborhood associations

Preservation Idaho

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

For 50 years, Preservation Idaho has worked to protect historic places of significance to Idahoans. Preservation Idaho has worked across the state to preserve those places that make Idaho unique. We rely on collaboration with public and private property owners to ensure they understand and appreciate the architectural and historic value of their property. Our education and advocacy work are the means by which we affect change and we welcome all who would join us in our mission. We are an all-volunteer board with various committee and volunteer opportunities over the course of the year. We work to preserve the craftsmanship and the stories of people and events that are told through our built environment and that have brought us to where we are today.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Arts & Humanities Politics & Elections Architecture--Conservation and restoration Historic buildings

Sawtooth Society

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

The Sawtooth Society was founded in 1997 by a group of dedicated supporters of the Sawtooth National Recreational Area (SNRA) – a majestic 756,000-acre expanse in Central Idaho that encompasses the Sawtooth and Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness areas.

Subject:   Society & Culture Politics & Elections Government Conservation of natural resources--Idaho--Sawtooth National Recreation Area Conservation of natural resources Sawtooth National Recreation Area (Idaho) Outdoor recreation

Snake River Alliance

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Snake River Alliance works to protect Idaho’s people, environment, and economy from the adverse impacts of nuclear activities, while promoting a clean, renewable energy future for all Idahoans. We embrace an energy future that addresses climate change in a clean, cost effective, and equitable manner, leaving future generations free of the nuclear waste burden.

Subject:   Politics & Elections Science & Health Idaho National Laboratory Nuclear Energy--Idaho Renewable Energy--Idaho

Storymaps

Archived since: Oct, 2019

No description.

Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Archived since: Oct, 2021

Description:

Trout Unlimited’s mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds. The Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited was founded in 1991. Our chapter covers eight counties in southwest Idaho from Weiser to Glenns Ferry, and includes the large population center of Ada and Canyon counties. We have nearly 1,000 current members in the chapter. We are named for the great conservationist and outdoor writer Ted Trueblood.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Conservation Outdoors

The Cabin

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Today, The Cabin serves as an anchor of literary arts in our state, serving as the only nonprofit organization in Idaho devoted entirely to arts and educational activities that celebrate reading and writing. Our workshops, lectures, readings, camps, publications, and other programs fulfill our vision to incubate experiences that promote the power of literature.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture American poetry--Idaho Authors, American--Idaho Idaho--Literary collections

The Community Center

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Founded in December 1983, The Community Center is devoted to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and allied population. The Community Center (TCC) is committed to uniting the LGBT community through educational and developmental programs by providing resources to the LGBT community. The Community Center (TCC) provides a safe and welcoming location for group meetings and social activities for youth groups, LBGT support groups, women’s and transgender groups. (TCC is a non-profit 501(C) 3 organization.)

Subject:   Politics & Elections Society & Culture Arts & Humanities Community centers--Idaho--Boise Gay rights--Idaho Gays

Wassmuth Center for Human Rights

Archived since: Dec, 2022

Description:

The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights was founded in 1996 for the purpose of constructing a memorial to human rights. That vision became a reality when the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial opened to the public in 2002. The Memorial is a world-class educational park inspired by Anne Frank’s faith in humanity. A living, vibrant interactive classroom for Idaho’s school children, it inspires people of all ages to contemplate the moral implications of their actions and the scope of their civic responsibilities. Our mission is to “promote respect for human dignity and diversity through education and to foster individual responsibility to work for peace and justice.” As an education center, our goal is to empower others to be upstanders in the classroom, community and country. The Center’s work includes programming and resources onsite in the Memorial, offsite in classrooms and communities throughout Idaho, and online reaching national and international audiences.

Subject:   Society & Culture Arts & Humanities Human rights, Civic activism, Civil rights,

Wolf Education and Research Center

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

The Wolf Education and Research Center is a non-profit organization headquartered in Winchester, Idaho providing public education and scientific research concerning the gray wolf and its habitat in the Northern Rocky Mountains.

Subject:   Government Science & Health Politics & Elections Wolf Recovery Action Fund Wolves--Idaho Wolves--Reintroduction--United States Wolves

math.boisestate.edu

Archived since: Apr, 2018

Description:

syllabus, syllabi, math, classes, conferences, meetings,

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Boise State University Math Department

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