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EPI Affiliates’ Paper Wins Charles Redd Award

David Solan, Energy Policy Institute, studio portraitEPI researchers Juliet Carlisle (University of Idaho), Stephanie Kane (Washington State University), David Solan (Boise State University), and Jeffrey Joe (Idaho National Laboratory) have won the Charles Redd Award for the Best Paper on the Politics of the American West. The paper was recently published in the September issue of Energy Research & Social Science as “Support for Solar Energy: Examining Sense of Place and Utility-scale Development in California.” The authors will receive the award at the annual Western Political Science Association meeting in April.  The paper was supported by the Department of Energy Award DE-EE005351.

Jim Weatherby was mentioned in the The Spokesman-Review

Jim Weatherbyweatherby-150x150 Emeritus Faculty member of Boise State University was mentioned by Betsy Russell in The Spokesman-Review in an article .

Read: AdWatch: Otter’s new commercial focuses on education in The Spokesman-Review

Dr. John Freemuth will join U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell

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John Freemuth, professor of public policy, will join U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Deputy Director of the Bureau of Land Management Steve Ellis on Oct. 14 for a tour south of Twin Falls of innovative sagebrush steppe ecosystem conservation efforts.

The tour also will include officials from the Nature Conservancy, the Idaho Conservation League, ranchers, state and local governments and the news media.

Original Source: The Update, Published 10:51 AM / October 13, 2014

 

Jim Weatherby in The Spokesman-Review on Jim Risch Debate Snub

Jim Weatherbyweatherby-150x150 Emeritus Faculty member of Boise State University was mentioned by Betsy Russell in The Spokesman-Review in an article on a Jim Risch refusing to shake hands with Nels Mitchell. 

Original Source: Read The Spokesman-Review:In rare snub, Risch refused to shake Mitchell’s hand before the two debated this week…

Dr. John Freemuth quoted on KBOI story on Gay Marriage

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John Freemuth, public administration, was quoted in a KBOI-TV in a story titled Gay marriage: Could controversy carry over onto campaign trail?” The story discusses the Supreme Court’s decision to issue a stay on same-sex marriage.

 

 

Dr. Suzanne McCorkle Presents Training

SuzanneMcCorkleSuzanne 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 Cultural Communication in  Update

Jim Weatherby Mentioned in The Spokesman-Review on Balukoff and School Board

Jim Weatherbyphoto of Jim Wetherby Emeritus Faculty member of Boise State University was mentioned by Betsy Russell in The Spokesman-Review in an article Boise teachers tout Democrat Balukoff’s impact on Boise school board.

Original Source: Boise teachers tout Democrat Balukoff’s impact on Boise school board  in The Spokesman-Review

Dr. John Freemuth Quoted on Public Radio

Photo-Freemuth,JohnJohn Freemuth, political science, was quoted in a Boise State Public Radio story titled “Forest Service Budget Covers Firefighting Costs for First Time in 3 Years.” The story discusses how the federal government funds firefighting efforts.

 Original Source: John Freemuth. The Update. 10/1/14, 2:51 pm

 

 

Jim Weatherby was mentioned in the The Twin Falls Times-News

Jim Weatherbyweatherby-150x150 Emeritus Faculty member of Boise State University was mentioned by Nathan Brownin The Spokesman-Review in an article Mitchell Hopes to Peel Off Undecideds to Win Senate Seat.

Original Source: The Twin Falls Times-News, Mitchell Hopes to Peel Off Undecideds to Win Senate Seat

Jim Weatherby in The Spokesman-Review on Campaign Ad

Jim Weatherbyweatherby-150x150 Emeritus Faculty member of Boise State University was mentioned by Betsy Russell in The Spokesman-Review in an article Campaign ad attributes Idaho’s recovering economy to Otter.