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Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by Popular Science

An Oct. 17 article in Popular Science, “The most important science policy issue in ever state,” by April Reese quoted John Freemuth. The most important issue in Idaho, according to the article, is “sharing the forests.” Freemuth commented on the … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by Popular Science

Jen Schneider and Vanessa Cosgrove Fry Published an Article

Jen Schneider, professor and director of the PhD in Public Policy and Administration program, and Vanessa Crossgrove Fry, assistant research professor and research director of the Idaho Policy Institute, published an article in the Oct. 15 edition of the journal … (Read More) Jen Schneider and Vanessa Cosgrove Fry Published an Article

Vanessa Fry Quoted by Idaho Press

Vanessa Crossgrove Fry was quoted in a recent Idaho Press article about eviction rates and homelessness. “Boise’s boom sparks questions of elevated eviction rates” looked at Boise’s increasingly tight housing market, rising rents and how eviction impacts the lives of the evicted. … (Read More) Vanessa Fry Quoted by Idaho Press

Dr. John Freemuth Published by Academic Journal

On April 13th, Dr. John Freemuth was published in Publius: The Journal of Federalism for his article titled “Happy Combination? Great Interests, Particular Interests, and State-Federal Conflicts over Public Lands.” Dr. Freemuth is an expert in the public lands with many … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth Published by Academic Journal

Dr. Luke Fowler Published an Article in the State and Local Government Review

Luke Fowler published an article in the Aug. 5 edition of State and Local Government Review. His piece, “Intergovernmental Relations and Energy Policy: What We Know and What We Still Need to Learn,” reviews intergovernmental relations in energy policy, including … (Read More) Dr. Luke Fowler Published an Article in the State and Local Government Review

Professor John Freemuth Participated in the Fourth Biennial Public Lands Foundation Student Congress

John Freemuth participated for the fourth time as an advisor for the recent Fourth Biennial Public Lands Foundation Student Congress in Baker City, Oregon. Freemuth also nominated Christopher Torres, a student pursuing a doctoral degree at Boise State in public policy … (Read More) Professor John Freemuth Participated in the Fourth Biennial Public Lands Foundation Student Congress

PPA Faculty and Students Published in Public Management Review – Aug. 1, 2018

Sanghee Park published an article in the Aug. 1 Public Management Review. Her article, “Cutbacks revisited: the relationship between resources and performance,” investigates the effect of staffing and employee cutbacks in public safety agencies in the context of county governments … (Read More) PPA Faculty and Students Published in Public Management Review – Aug. 1, 2018

Professor Susan Mason Published by the Journal “Cityscape”

Susan G. Mason and Kenneth P. Thomas, professor of political science and fellow in the Center for International Studies at the University of Missouri-St.Louis, co-authored “Exploring patterns of Tax Increment Financing Use and Structural Explanations in Missouri’s Major Metropolitan Regions” … (Read More) Professor Susan Mason Published by the Journal “Cityscape”

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