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Bronco Discovery and Innovation Series

The Bronco Discovery and Innovation Series is hosted by University Advancement in partnership with university leaders welcoming Boise State President’s Club members and guests to hear from the brightest minds in research today.

Center for Visual Arts

Today’s Modern Art: The Emergence of Technology and Art at Boise State

Presented by Steve Cutchin, Ph.D.

Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Time: Noon
Location:  Alumni and Friends Center

Get an exclusive sneak peek into the virtual reality technology and art content that will be in the World Museum in Boise State’s new Center for Visual Arts, opening fall 2019. Steve Cutchin, Director of the Computer Science Visualization Lab will discuss the role of virtual reality in creating immersive environments at the intersection of technology and art. The World Museum will allow students of all ages and citizens to experience cultural sites and public art from around the world.

Steve Cutchin, Computer Science, studio portrait

Stve Cutchin, Ph.D. joined Boise State in 2013. He previously managed the KAUST Visualization Laboratory Core Facility and the Supercomputer Facility at King Abdullah’s University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia and also worked as a senior software engineer at Walt Disney Feature Animation where he developed software tools to improve animation production on feature films. He received his doctorate in computer science from Purdue University.

Past Presenters

Cynthia Curl, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Excellence in Environmental Health and Safety
Associate Professor, Department of Community and Environmental Health
“No Matter What You Think About Organic Food, You’re Wrong.”

Troy Rohn, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
“Unraveling the Mystery of the Greatest, Genetic Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s Disease”

Alejandro “Lejo” Flores, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences
“In Virtual Terrain: Idaho’s Water Resources and How They’re Changing”

Keith Thiede, College of Education, portrait

Keith Thiede, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Programs, College of Education
“Knowing What Students Know: Helping Students and Teachers Accurately Judge Learning”

Tim Andersen

Tim Andersen, Ph.D
Department Chair and Professor of Computer Sciences
“Computer Science Research Fueling Idaho’s Economic Growth”

Anthony Ellertson

Anthony Ellertson, Ph.D.
Program Director, Gaming and Interactive Mobile Technology (GIMM)
“Seeing is Believing – The Science and Art of Virtual Reality”

Cheryl Jorcyk

Cheryl Jorcyk, Ph.D
Professor of Biological Sciences
“Meet the Future of Cancer Research”

Lindsey Turner
Lindsey Turner, Ph.D.

Research Associate Professor and Director of Initiative for Healthy Schools
“Healthy Schools: An Essential Investment in Our Nation’s Future”