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Loyal Broncos : The Gribbles

Supporting Boise State runs deep in the Gribble family. Vicki Gribble (BS, radiology technology, 1979) and Dennis Gribble (BA, economics, 1975, MBA, 1978) are longtime donors. Like their parents, the Gribble children are also ardent supporters of the university. Two of their three daughters, Heather Carlson (BA, communications, 2005, MA communications, 2011), and Angie Gribble (MPH, 2011) are alumni.

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Broncos Of the Last Decade

We Are BOLD

Being a Bronco is all about being BOLD — being fearless, standing out from the crowd, and being confident in your choices. By graduating from Boise State, you have made a BOLD choice that will impact you for the rest of your life. We are BOLD — Broncos Of the Last Decade — Boise State grads and alumni of the last ten years! BOLD has exclusive opportunities for you by you — like the new BOLD Bundle.

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A LASTING LEGACY THAT IMPACTS OTHERS

The legacy of former Boise State associate athletic director and alum Lori Orr Hays (’83) is embodied in the memories she left behind; kindness and compassion towards students, a strong leader, supportive colleague, and a loving wife, mother, and friend. Although she died in 2013, her passion for her studies, Boise State and its students live on today in the form of a student scholarship.

BOISE STATE TRUE BLUE SCHOLAR HELPS ESTABLISH AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

True Blue Scholar alum Ximena Bustillo, Multiplatform Political Reporter with NPR, and fellow former Statesman reporter Nicole Foy launched the Voces Internship of Idaho, which provides paid internships in local newsrooms for Idaho Latinos pursuing an interest in journalism. The program, funded by crowd-sourced donations and the Scripps Howard Foundation, has a goal of raising $20,000 to place as many interns as possible at an hourly wage of $15.

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Saint Alphonsus Health System support means Broncos can “be the light” for health care patients

Meet Shylenta Zimmerman

Shylenta Zimmerman of Nampa, Idaho, a radiologic sciences major in Boise State University’s College of Health Sciences, is the first in her family to attend university. The Trinity Health Community Investing Program, which makes scholarships available to highly motivated and compassionate health care students like Zimmerman, aims to reduce the social and economic disparities that lead to unequal health outcomes for minority and low-income communities.

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Contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible. The Foundation funds are managed by professional fund custodians and investors whose performance is reviewed quarterly by a committee of the Boise State University Foundation Board of Directors.

The Boise State University Foundation is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code (#82-6010706).

Our Gift to You

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Your friendship and generosity mean so much to us — now more than ever. As a thank you for your support, we’d like to ensure you have the tools you need to put your own plan in place. Please accept this complimentary estate planning guide as our gift to you.

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Your Impact in Action

IT Management Student Alex Mitchell has a great start to his startup
Paving the way with soil microbe research
Recent RN-BS grad lands dream job
Boise State and industry partner continue nano ink research for extreme environs
Math conference helps teachers get to the ‘root of student success’
Institute for Pervasive Cybersecurity receives grant to train students for Idaho workforce

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