News about our wonderful Faculty in the Public Policy and Administration Department.
Dr. Sanghee Park’s article titled “Incentivizing Public Debt” about the inflated relationship between politicians and quangos was published by The Blue Review. In it she introduces why debt increases and the players that increase debt. Originating sources: The Blue Review, Park 10/10/16 (Read More) Sanghee Park’s Research on Public Debt
Professor John Freemuth will speak as part of a panel at the 12th annual tri-state seminar for federal judges in Sun Valley October 13th-15th. The panel will address federal land management policies that have been the source of recent conflicts and … (Read More) Freemuth to Speak at Tri-State Seminar
Professor John Freemuth was quoted in an Associated Press story titled “Wildfire rehabilitation in Idaho, Oregon includes herbicide, replanting” about efforts to rehabilitate land in Southwest Boise and Southeast Oregon that were burned by wildfires in 2015. Freemuth comments on … (Read More) John Freemuth comments on Wildfire Rehabilitation
Public lands expert John Freemuth co-authored a column for The Conversation and the Scientific American titled “Corporate Sponsors at Yosemite? The Case against Privatizing National Parks”. In it they discuss risky reforms, national parks as valuable public resources, and reasonable reforms. Originating … (Read More) John Freemuth’s Column on Privatizing National Parks
A book co-authored by associate professor Jen Schneider, titled “Under Pressure: Coal Industry Rhetoric and Neoliberalism”, has been awarded the Environmental Communication Division Book of the Year Award from the Environmental Communication Division of the National Communication Association. Originating Source: Boise State … (Read More) Jen Schneider’s Book Receives National Recognition
John Freemuth’s article on the 1906 Antiquities Act titled “The Antiquities Act and America’s National Parks” was published by U.S. News. Originating source: U.S. NEWS post 8/19 (Read More) John Freemuth on the Antiquities Act
Professor John Freemuth was quoted in an article published by Fusion dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service. The article focused on how Obama has used his power under the 1906 Antiquities Act to establish 22 new national … (Read More) John Freemuth Quoted in Fusion Article
“John Freemuth was quoted in an Associated Press story about the listing of the slickspot peppergrass plant under the Endangered Species Act. The flowering plant is found only in eight southwest Idaho counties. Freemuth noted that those eight counties also … (Read More) John Freemuth was quoted in an Associated Press story
John Freemuth, executive director of the Andrus Center for Public Policy, and William Lowry, a professor at Washington University, co-authored an article titled “Reform, Don’t Replace, the National Park Service.” The article is part of the National Parks Traveler’s Centennial … (Read More) John Freemuth co-authored an article titled “Reform, Don’t Replace, the National Park Service.”
“Check out this story. It lists Boise as 2016’s best run city. That in and of itself is awesome, but its made better by the fact that our newest faculty member, Luke Fowler, was a contributor to the article!” – … (Read More) Welcome to new Professor, Luke Fowler, and CONGRATULATIONS!