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Pathways Internship Experience Program (IEP)

We are accepting applications for the U.S. Department of State Pathways Internship Experience Program (IEP) in our Washington D.C. location. Visit USAJOBS to start the online application process and view the following vacancy announcement numbers. Please note the cutoff point … (Read More) Pathways Internship Experience Program (IEP)

New Global Studies Degree Program to Launch in Fall 2017

Contact: John Ysursa, PhD Program Director (208) 426-4631 johnysursa@boisestate.edu sps.boisestate.edu/global New Global Studies Degree Program to Launch in Fall 2017 [BOISE] – Boise State students will soon have another opportunity to find their place in a rapidly changing world. Global … (Read More) New Global Studies Degree Program to Launch in Fall 2017

School of Public Service Saddened by Passing of Marilyn Shuler

Photo credit: Boise State Update Shuler was an advocate of public service and kindred spirit [BOISE] – The School of Public Service is saddened by the passing of Marilyn Shuler, a longtime advocate of human rights and public service. We … (Read More) School of Public Service Saddened by Passing of Marilyn Shuler

IPI Assistant Director Vanessa Fry presents poster at 2016 EPSCOR meeting

Vanessa Fry, Idaho Policy Institute Assistant Director and Assistant Research Professor in the School of Public Service, presented a poster at the 2016 Idaho NSF EPSCoR Annual Meeting in Coeur d’Alene, ID.  The poster, Community Engagement, advocacy and the application of … (Read More) IPI Assistant Director Vanessa Fry presents poster at 2016 EPSCOR meeting

New Idaho Policy Institute Opens Downtown

On a balcony overlooking downtown Boise on Tuesday, Oct. 4, a crowd including President Bob Kustra, School of Public Service Dean Corey Cook, local politicians and university faculty members assembled to celebrate the grand opening of the Idaho Policy Institute, … (Read More) New Idaho Policy Institute Opens Downtown

New Directions in Inmate Visitation

Boise State Criminal Justice Researchers Evaluate Ada County Jail’s Video Visitation System Inmate visitation has long been recognized as a key tool for maintaining important relationships with the family and friends of the incarcerated. These relationships have been shown to … (Read More) New Directions in Inmate Visitation

Boise State Professor Luke Fowler Discusses ‘What Makes a Well-Run City?’

School of Public Service professor Dr. Luke Fowler was recently featured in an “Ask the Experts” profile of well-run U.S. cities. The article, 2016’s Best-Run Cities in America, examined the management of 150 of America’s largest communities. Cities were ranked … (Read More) Boise State Professor Luke Fowler Discusses ‘What Makes a Well-Run City?’

Andrus Center Welcomes Executive Director Dr. John Freemuth

Professor Freemuth will work to build on Andrus Center’s legacy of public lands scholarship and leadership BOISE – Dr. John Freemuth is the new Executive Director of the Andrus Center for Public Policy. Dr. Freemuth has a long track record … (Read More) Andrus Center Welcomes Executive Director Dr. John Freemuth

Registration Underway for Women and Leadership Conference

Conference May Qualify as Professional Development for Boise State Employees BOISE – Knowledge empowers. That’s the message of this year’s Women and Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Andrus Center for Public Policy, the conference brings nationally-known business, cultural and civic … (Read More) Registration Underway for Women and Leadership Conference

Encouraging the Next Generation of Women Leaders

National Education for Women’s Leadership Program Builds Confidence and Boosts Leadership Skills Twenty-seven young women from seven universities and colleges across Idaho recently converged on Boise State for the National Education for Women’s Leadership (NEW Leadership) program, where they learned … (Read More) Encouraging the Next Generation of Women Leaders