Skip to Main Content
Mobile Menu

MPA Student

MPA students, Ana Costa and Nish Kamble, provide conference research support in July 2017

Where in the World? Kenya Students in Kenya with Brian Wampler, third from left. “Political science professor Brian Wampler organized and led a two-day international workshop, held in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop was held July 13-14 and included participants from … (Read More) MPA students, Ana Costa and Nish Kamble, provide conference research support in July 2017

MPA Student, Ana Costa, conducted research in Brazil

Brian Wampler, left, and grad student Ana Costa, right, pose with a contact in Brazil. “Brian Wampler, a political science professor at Boise State, spent three weeks in northeast Brazil, conducting interviews for an ongoing book project. The work was … (Read More) MPA Student, Ana Costa, conducted research in Brazil

Dr. Freemuth and MPA Student, Mackenzie Case, in Action

Professor John Freemuth and MPA graduate student, Mackenzie Case, co-authored an article titled “Lanscapes, Wonders and Dustups: The Federal Public Lands” that was published by The Blue Review. The article covers material ranging from the history of U.S. Land Policy … (Read More) Dr. Freemuth and MPA Student, Mackenzie Case, in Action

PHD and MPA Students Data Research

Kudos to Dr. Greg Hill, PhD students: Vanessa Fry, Craig Jones and MPA student: Lantz Brown for their contributions to the piece titled “Idaho Transportation Infrastructure” that was published March 3, 2017 by The Blue Review. In their article they asses Idaho’s … (Read More) PHD and MPA Students Data Research

MPA Student, Thomas Strauss, in action – Spring 2017

The Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) held their 3rd annual Student Simulation Competition. The competition is divided into eight regions across the globe, with the nearest region convening at the University of Washington in Seattle. … (Read More) MPA Student, Thomas Strauss, in action – Spring 2017

John Freemuth and MPA student, Mackenzie Case, penned an article to The Conversation, Oct. 13, 2016

Professor John Freemuth and his Graduate Assistant, Mackenzie Case, authored an article titled “Dems and the GOP are miles apart on yet another issue: Public lands” for The Conversation. In it they discuss Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton’s position between the issue … (Read More) John Freemuth and MPA student, Mackenzie Case, penned an article to The Conversation, Oct. 13, 2016

Local Graduate Students Selected to Participate in National Student Congress

Four local Graduate Students (Mackenzie Case, Erik Olsen, Kim Young and Jared Talley – Boise State University ) have been selected to participate in the third National Student Congress on Public Land Policy for Land Management, sponsored by the Public … (Read More) Local Graduate Students Selected to Participate in National Student Congress