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Dr. Brian Wampler gave an invited talk at the World Bank

Dr. Brian Wampler gave an invited talk at the World Bank on March 6 titled “Participation, Trust and Tax Compliance in Brazil.” The work is being done in conjunction with Mike Touchton (University of Miami) and Tiago Peixto (World Bank). … (Read More) Dr. Brian Wampler gave an invited talk at the World Bank

School of Public Service’s New Global Studies Program

The Idaho State Board of Education has approved a new Global Studies undergraduate program at Boise State University. The global studies program in the School of Public Service will emphasize world language proficiency, global literacy and study abroad. The program will … (Read More) School of Public Service’s New Global Studies Program

PSA Debate Watch Party

The Political Science Association (PSA) hosted a debate watch party in the common area of the Student Union Building. The event was covered by KIVI Channel 6 News, and includes interviews with several students and the PSA President and Vice President. … (Read More) PSA Debate Watch Party

Top Ten Scholars

Boise State recently announced its Top Ten Scholars, which recognizes the top ten graduating seniors. Among the Top Ten Scholars are three Political Science students: Alex Belisle, Tim Hubbard, and Fred Swanstrum (a double major with Communications). Also to be … (Read More) Top Ten Scholars

Scott Yenor Publishes Article on Gender Inequality in Sports

Scott Yenor recently published an article with the Witherspoon Institute’s Public Discourse titled “A Sporting Difference: On Men’s and Women’s Athletics”. In it Yenor comments on the inequality between men and women’s collegiate sports teams. Read Scott Yenor’s full article in … (Read More) Scott Yenor Publishes Article on Gender Inequality in Sports

Research and Innovation in Latin America

Professors Mike Touchton and Brian Wampler wrote a paper titled “The evolving relation between the state and Civil Society in Brazil” for Panormas, a forum that spreads the word about research and innovation in Latin America. The website is hosted by University … (Read More) Research and Innovation in Latin America

2016 Idaho Filibuster Sessions

The 2016 Idaho Filibuster Sessions are informal, fortnightly meetups to discuss the latest happenings at the Idaho Legislature, hosted by The Blue Review, the Boise State School of Public Service, and the Boise State Political Science Department. The third Filibuster Session on … (Read More) 2016 Idaho Filibuster Sessions

Passing of Former Boise State President, Dr. John Keiser

“Good morning, I am sad to report that Dr. John Keiser, who served as the president of Boise State University from 1978 to 1991, passed away this week. His tenure as president was a vibrant time on campus that saw … (Read More) Passing of Former Boise State President, Dr. John Keiser

Remembering Keith Stein

Founder of Boise State’s Blue Thunder Marching Band, Keith Stein passed away this weekend in his home at the age of 86. Keith’s impact on our university and students can be seen all throughout his life time, read more about Keith Stein’s life … (Read More) Remembering Keith Stein

Forum for Boise City Council Candidates

Boise State’s Political Science Association organized a forum for Boise City Council candidates on Thursday, Oct. 15, at the Interactive Learning Center on campus. Political Science lecturer, Isaac Castellano, moderated the forum. There are currently three council seats up for … (Read More) Forum for Boise City Council Candidates