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Boise State Students, Faculty and Staff Win Big at Idaho Press Club Awards

“The School of Public Service’s popular academic journal, The Blue Review, took home an honorable mention for website general excellence, a second-place prize for serious feature writing, and a first-place prize for weekly print editorial.” Origination source: Boise State UPDATE, 5/9/17 – … (Read More) Boise State Students, Faculty and Staff Win Big at Idaho Press Club Awards

Ph.D. Alumni, Matthew May, is featured in The Blue Review

Check out Matthew May’s post, “The Hidden Cost of Primary Systems“, featured in The Blue Review, a journal of popular scholarship published by the Boise State University School of Public Service. Originating Source: The Blue Review, May 01, 2017 (Read More) Ph.D. Alumni, Matthew May, is featured in The Blue Review

Dr. John Freemuth Quoted in the New York Times

John Freemuth was quoted in a New York Times feature on the most recent push to privatize public lands in the west, and the ensuing push back from environmentalists and hunters alike. The article is titled “Siege Has Ended, but Battle Over … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth Quoted in the New York Times

Dr. Les Alm Appointed SPS Faculty Director

  Dr. Les Alm has agreed to serve as the SPS Faculty Director this spring and again next spring. Dr. Alm has been with Boise State University since 1991. During that time, he has served as the Department Chair for … (Read More) Dr. Les Alm Appointed SPS Faculty Director

PhD Student in Action: Kathy Hurley

Kathy Hurley received word from the IRS that her spring ACCT 485 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) completed the most tax returns and assisted the most clients of any site in the region. Through this one credit course in … (Read More) PhD Student in Action: Kathy Hurley

Devastating North Idaho Fires

Dr. John Freemuth, professor for the Department of Public Policy and Administration, was quoted in Spokesman Review blog regarding the devastating North Idaho wildfires. Freemuth supports that the issue is not what kind of land burned–federal, state, or private–but the … (Read More) Devastating North Idaho Fires

Rehabilitation of charred lands

Dr. John Freemuth, professor for the Department of Public Policy and Administration, is quoted in an article for SFGate regarding the rehabilitation of the burned area in SW Idaho. This August the fires charred a 433-square-mile area, destroying vital Sage … (Read More) Rehabilitation of charred lands

John Freemuth Quoted in Blue Ridge Now

John Freemuth, a public lands expert, was quoted in an Associated Press story about $10 million pledged by the federal government to reduce wildfire risks in 13 states. More than $7 million of that is earmarked for projects that benefit … (Read More) John Freemuth Quoted in Blue Ridge Now

“Gender Balance Legistlation at the State and Local Level” by Wendy Jaquet, Boise State PhD Student in Public Policy and Administration

See article: Gender Balance Legislation at the State and Local Level, The Blue Review, 6/16/15 (Read More) “Gender Balance Legistlation at the State and Local Level” by Wendy Jaquet, Boise State PhD Student in Public Policy and Administration

Boise State University Professor Emeritus, Jim Weatherby, quoted in The Spokesman-Review

Longtime Idaho political observer Jim Weatherby, a Boise State University professor emeritus, said, “If not criminal negligence, then at least gross mismanagement was on display in the CCA case. This will be a blemish on the Otter record regardless of … (Read More) Boise State University Professor Emeritus, Jim Weatherby, quoted in The Spokesman-Review