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News: Boise State Political Science Senior Selected to Serve on National Council

Eva Rodriguez, a first generation Latina student at Boise State University, has been selected to serve on the prestigious Student Advisory Council (SAC) for the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Rodriguez will travel to Washington, D.C. in early November … (Read More) News: Boise State Political Science Senior Selected to Serve on National Council

Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots: A response to Scott Yenor’s opinion piece in the Daily Signal by a concerned Boise State University colleague There is something here. This is not random. There is a reason that I was contacted by both colleagues … (Read More) Connecting the Dots

Jobs of Interest

February 23 Public Policy Fellow – US Soccer Foundation (Washington, DC) February 16 Technical Manager, Prize Operations- Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning – XPrize (Culver City, California) Engineering Operations Manager – XPrize (Culver City, California) Program Director, Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) – NatureServe Policy Manager or … (Read More) Jobs of Interest

Introducing Urban Studies at Boise State: January 2017

January 2017 Dear Reader, In his recent State of the State address, Governor Otter spoke of how education helps provide a framework for the people of Idaho to “pursue their dreams and freely express their civic virtue.” This concept of … (Read More) Introducing Urban Studies at Boise State: January 2017

Developing Leadership Skills and Cultural Competencies While Serving Abroad

Cadet Grace Matlock of Boise State’s Army ROTC writes about her time Romania with the ROTC’s Cultural Understanding & Language Proficiency (CULP) Program.  CULP’s immersion into foreign cultures exposes Cadets to the realities that other countries have vastly different lifestyles, economic … (Read More) Developing Leadership Skills and Cultural Competencies While Serving Abroad

Constitution Day

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Why Save Farmland

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Schedule: Minidoka Civil Liberties Symposium

Back to Minidoka Civil Liberties Home Page Oct. 15, Saturday 8:00 – Registration 8:30 – Welcome: BSU, FoM, NPS, ACLU 9:00 – Tom Ikeda–Executive Director, Densho: Japanese American Legacy Project, Minidoka prison context 10:00 – Break, Bookstore open 10:30 -David Adler–President, … (Read More) Schedule: Minidoka Civil Liberties Symposium

Public Administration Students at City Hall

  Public Administration Students Present Homelessness Recommendations to Boise Mayor BieterPublic Policy and Administration Course Includes Strong Service Learning Component Thirteen students presented their assessments and recommendations for tackling Boise’s homelessness crisis to Mayor Dave Bieter. The presentations, which were … (Read More) Public Administration Students at City Hall

Inside the Public Policy Research Center: A View to the Future

Join us for this Exciting Brownbag Session featuring Boise State Professor Eric Lindquist. April 15 Noon SUB Alexander Room Eric Lindquist, Director of Boise State University’s Public Policy Research Center will give a talk titled Inside the Public Policy Research … (Read More) Inside the Public Policy Research Center: A View to the Future