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The Story Collider shares stories from Boise State

The Story Collider, a national organization whose mission is revealing the role that science plays in peoples’ lives through the art of storytelling, is partnering with Boise State to share stories from the university’s┬áSTEM graduate programs, MBA program, and undergraduate program in materials science and engineering.

The event, 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19, is in The Lookout Room on campus. Featured storytellers include Kamryn Parker, a graduate student pursuing her master’s degree in computer science; Assoumer Redempta Manzi Muneza, a Ph.D. student in the computing program majoring in cyber security; Kate Benfield, a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering with an emphasis in Biomechanics; Jackie Stone, an undergrad student studying mechanical engineering; and Jacob Grinwis, a graduate student pursuing his master’s degree in business administration.

The event is possible through support from the College of Engineering and the College of Business and Economics.