Boise, Idaho. Boise State University (BSU) will celebrated Bronco Days, tomorrow, Saturday, with an open house that is usually done face-to-face, but this year the pandemic obliges it to be held via videoconference. In the case of the Basque Studies Program, Professors Ziortza Gandarias and Nere Lete who is in charge of the Basque Minor at the University will respond to questions about the possibilities to study Euskera and Basque culture at BSU and in the city of Boise
Two sessions will be held, a half-hour each, beginning at 11:30 MST or 7:30pm in Euskal Herria, responding to questions from interested persons who may become future students at BSU.
Nere Lete told EuskalKultura.eus that Bronco Days “includes the participation of professors and representatives of each department to let students and families know about the work that we do, responding to questions and showing them, in our case, the language lab and the classes offered relating to Euskera and Basque Studies.”
“It is always a very interesting day where the Deans and the University President also participate and ask questions.” This year the event had to be adapted and done completely virtually due to the pandemic.
-Join in and ask questions during the Chat with Basque Studies