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One Sky International Awareness Event

November 10 – 14, 2014 In an effort to bring international affairs, campus awareness and community involvement together, we created the One Sky International Awareness Event at Boise State University. This year we will be featuring the documentary “Half the … (Read More) One Sky International Awareness Event

Dr. Suzanne McCorkle Presents Training

Suzanne McCorkle, professor of dispute resolution and public policy, presented four days of training on “Negotiation Skills for Leaders and Cultural Communication” for the Idaho Certified Public Manager Program.  Original Source: Read how Dr. McCorkle presented Negotiation Skills for Leaders and … (Read More) Dr. Suzanne McCorkle Presents Training

Jim Weatherby was mentioned in the The Spokesman-Review

Jim Weatherby Emeritus Faculty member of Boise State University was mentioned by Betsy Russell in The Spokesman-Review in an article. Read Campaign ad attributes Idaho’s recovering economy to Otter in The Spokesman-Review. (Read More) Jim Weatherby was mentioned in the The Spokesman-Review

Certificate in Nonprofit Administration Approved by SBOE

The Department of Public Policy and Administration is pleased to announce that the graduate certificate in Nonprofit Administration was approved on August 19, 2014 by the Idaho State Board of Education. Dr. Fredericksen will coordinate the Nonprofit Administration certificate. The … (Read More) Certificate in Nonprofit Administration Approved by SBOE

Energy Policy Institute to Receive IAEA Contract

The Energy Policy Institute at Boise State University has been awarded a $41,000 contract by the International Atomic Energy Agency.  Institute director David Solan, along with Drs. Geoffery Black and Meredith Taylor Black have been tasked with developing a comprehensive … (Read More) Energy Policy Institute to Receive IAEA Contract

Jim Weatherby discusses A.J. Balukoff’s ad in the Spokesman-Review

Emiritus professor Jim Weatherby was quoted in a Spokesman-Review blog post discussing gubernatorial candidate A.J. Balukoff’s most recent ad campaign. Original Source: Read Adwatch: Balukoff launches secon tv campaign commercial in The Spokesman-Review (Read More) Jim Weatherby discusses A.J. Balukoff’s ad in the Spokesman-Review

NASPAA Sim Competition Announced

NASPAA will be hosting a new competition for current students at accredited schools.  Participation is free!  Students will utilize a simulation and solve problems facing law and policy makers.  For more details, check out their flier, and keep an eye … (Read More) NASPAA Sim Competition Announced

John Freemuth, has received $715,000 from the U.S. Geological Survey’s Great Basin

John Freemuth, Boise State professor of public policy and political science, has received two grants totaling $715,000 from the U.S. Geological Survey’s Great Basin CESU (Cooperative Ecosystem Study Unit). The grants will support development and use of data to inform … (Read More) John Freemuth, has received $715,000 from the U.S. Geological Survey’s Great Basin

Jim Weatherby is quoted in the Spokesman-Review on Idaho Governor’s race

Eye On Boise: Balukoff hits airwaves with first campaign ad of Idaho guv’s race “Tired of business as usual in Boise? … on a change platform,” said Jim Weatherby, Boise State University emeritus professor and longtime observer … Balukoff hits airwaves with … (Read More) Jim Weatherby is quoted in the Spokesman-Review on Idaho Governor’s race

John Freemuth gives speech for the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association

John Freemuth, professor of public policy, will speak at the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association’s education Forum Lecture Series on July 25 in Stanley. Freemuth concentrates on public lands of the U.S., and his work involves puzzling out the relationship … (Read More) John Freemuth gives speech for the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association