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Schneider Co-authors Piece on Energy Rhetoric

Jen Schneider recently co-authored a piece for a journal titled Frontier in Communication: Science and Environmental Communication with Jennifer Peeples of Utah State University. Their article, titled “The Energy Covenant: Dominance and the Rhetoric of the Aggrieved,” explores the Trump Administration’s guiding energy policy ideology … (Read More) Schneider Co-authors Piece on Energy Rhetoric

John Freemuth Featured by Lewiston Tribune

John Freemuth was featured in a Lewiston Tribune article about a recent poll of 400 Washington residents that measured attitudes toward salmon, dams, and the expense for power. You can access the poll and results here, and read the full article … (Read More) John Freemuth Featured by Lewiston Tribune

John Freemuth Named 2018 Boise State Distinguished Professor

The Office of the Provost recently announced that John Freemuth, executive director of the Cecil D. Andrus Center for Public Policy and professor of public policy and administration, has been selected as the 2018 Boise State University Distinguished Professor. This title … (Read More) John Freemuth Named 2018 Boise State Distinguished Professor

The Blue Review post, “Lessons Learned”, by Chris Birdsall

Idaho set a goal to have 60 percent of 25- to 34-year-old Idahoans hold a college degree or certificate by … The post Lessons Learned appeared first on The Blue Review. Original Source: The Blue Review, 9/25/17 (Read More) The Blue Review post, “Lessons Learned”, by Chris Birdsall

Alumni In Action: Scott Martin

Scott Martin, parks director for The Parklands of Floyds Fork, a 4,000 acre urban park in Louisville, Kentucky, credits his time at Boise State and in Idaho for helping him discover the importance of parks for economic development and growth, along … (Read More) Alumni In Action: Scott Martin