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PHD Student, Cameron Ariel, in action – 3/1/2017

“Listen to this great story from Boise State Public Radio. It gets really good at the 3:15 mark when our own Cameron Arial starts to educate the world on public school bonds! Great job, Cameron.” — Greg Hill, Chair of Public Policy … (Read More) PHD Student, Cameron Ariel, in action – 3/1/2017

Ph.D. Student Research in the Spotlight – Norma Jaeger, 2/24/17

Norma Jaeger had a proposal accepted at a National Drug Court conference (the NADCP).  The paper is called “Enhancing Drug Courts Through Trauma-Informed Care and Procedural Justice: A New Training Curriculum for Practitioners,” and is directly connected to the work … (Read More) Ph.D. Student Research in the Spotlight – Norma Jaeger, 2/24/17

Ph.D. Student, Johnathan Krutz, in action

Ph.D. student, Jonathan Krutz, wrote an editorial titled “What happens when a state ignores its own constitution?” that was published in the Feb. 9 issue of the Idaho Statesman. In it he discusses the presence of gambling in Idaho. Read … (Read More) Ph.D. Student, Johnathan Krutz, in action

Ph.D. Student, Vanessa Fry, in action – February 13, 2017

Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration student Vanessa Fry wrote an article titled “Pay For Success?” that was published by The Blue Review this Monday. In it she discusses balancing multi-sector interests in uprooting homelessness and other persistent social issues. Read … (Read More) Ph.D. Student, Vanessa Fry, in action – February 13, 2017

Ph.D. Student, Amy Ferriter, in action – December 12, 2016

“Amy Ferriter was part of a nine-member task force that created a report for the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Invasive Species Advisory Committee. Titled “Invasive Specials Impacts to Infrastructure,” the report details the threat of certain invasive species on … (Read More) Ph.D. Student, Amy Ferriter, in action – December 12, 2016

Highlighting Faculty and PhD Student in Action, Nov. 2016

Greg Hill and Vanessa Fry were cited in an article published by the Idaho Mountain Express titled “BSU offers to help Ketchum with outreach on new city hall” about Idaho Policy Institute’s offer to help the city of Ketchum on public … (Read More) Highlighting Faculty and PhD Student in Action, Nov. 2016

PhD-in-PPA student in Action – Nov. 1, 2016

Vanessa Fry, assistant research professor in the School of Public Service, presented a poster at the 2016 Idaho National Science Foundation’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) annual meeting in Coeur d’Alene. The poster, “Community engagement, advocacy and the application … (Read More) PhD-in-PPA student in Action – Nov. 1, 2016

Oct. 27: Dissertation Defense – Matthew May

Congratulations to our first Ph.D. Defense from the Inaugural Cohort, with Matthew May! 9:30 a.m. Hatch A, Student Union Building. The Ph.D. program in Public Policy and Administration invites the campus community to the following dissertation defense: Closed Primary, Exposed … (Read More) Oct. 27: Dissertation Defense – Matthew May

Ph.D. Students, Matthew May and Stephanie Lenhart, featured in FOCUS on Boise State University, Fall 2016

“Our students are generally interested in applying sophisticated research skills and technique to complex applied policy and administrative problems. Our focus is balancing public policy theory and applied research techniques to issues of public concern.” – Dr. Greg Hill, Associate … (Read More) Ph.D. Students, Matthew May and Stephanie Lenhart, featured in FOCUS on Boise State University, Fall 2016

PHD Student in Action – Oct. 11, 2016

Public Policy and Administration Doctoral student, Vanessa Fry, was featured in a video produced by the Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless (CATCH) Inc. for her research on homelessness. View Fry’s video on homelessness here. Originating Sources: Boise State Update, Fry 10/11/16 (Read More) PHD Student in Action – Oct. 11, 2016