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School of Public Service in the News

School of Public Service faculty are a trusted resource for journalists in Idaho and across the nation. Below are recent articles which were written by School of Public Service faculty or in which they were quoted.

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MediaArticleAuthor
APRule easing public lands transfer concerns hunters, othersKeith Ridler
Associated PressSome fear acquittal could lead others to take drastic actionAndrew Selsky
Associated PressPlan unveiled to protect swath of sagebrush areasKeith Ridler
BloombergHow DNA Evidence Went From Airtight to Error-ProneFaye Flam
Boise State Public RadioIn Eastern Idaho, A Push Is Underway For The State?۪s First National ParkMatt Guilhem
Boise State Public RadioConference Aimed At Improving Civility In Idaho Ends With Creation Of Action PlanScot Graf
Boise State Public RadioWhy A New Presidential Candidate Has Little Chance Of Winning IdahoFrankie Barnhill
Boise State Public RadioBoise State Expert Explains What He's Watching At RNCStaff
Boise State Public RadioAhead Of Boise Visit, National Parks Director Talks Centennial, System ChangesFrankie Barnhill
Boise WeeklyThe Class of 2016: Citizens Of The YearGeorge Prentice
Boise WeeklyHousing First (and Foremost)George Prentice
Boise WeeklyDr. Jaclyn Kettler: Money, politics and the 'women voting bloc'George Prentice
Boise WeeklyBoise State Rolls Out Public Policy Survey With Findings on Education, Health Care, RefugeesHarrison Berry and Devon Seefeldt
Bonner County Daily BeeEye On Boise: New Survey Says Idahoans Optimistic, But Concerned About Health CareBetsy Russell
BuzzfeedConservation Groups Are Worried That Congress Will Give Away Public LandsNidhi Subbaraman
BuzzfeedConservation Groups Are Worried That Congress Will Give Away Public LandsNidhi Subbaraman
Capital PressHunting stops growth in Idaho's wolf populationSean Ellis
Couer d'Alene PressTribe helps fund legislative internships at Boise Statestaff
Dever Post (AP)Homes on edge of the wilderness complicate wildfire effortsAP
Eye On BoiseNew BSU survey: Idahoans think state’s on right track, but want action on health care, extension of surplus eliminatorBetsy Russell
Eye On Sun ValleyTEDxSunValley Delights Speakers and AudienceKaren Bossick
Idaho Ed NewsIdaho Schools Receive Improved Grades in Statewide Survey Kevin Richert
Idaho Mountain ExpressKetchum may team with Boise State on city hall outreachPeter Jensen
Idaho Mountain ExpressBSU offers to help Ketchum with outreach on new city hallPeter Jensen
Idaho Press-TribuneOpioid use on the rise locally and nationwideRuth Brown
Idaho StatesmanIt's Trump's Republican Party nowCorey Cook
Idaho StatesmanBeyond the Spectacle, Conventions Really Do MatterCorey Cook
Idaho StatesmanSecretary Jewell wants to help Zinke, her Republican successor at Interior, be a successRocky Barker
Idaho StatesmanNew institute at Boise State promises objective policy research, polling and analysisMark Rudin
Idaho StatesmanFreemuth to Lead BSU's Andrus CenterDavid Staats
Idaho StatesmanBSU poll finds Treasure Valley upbeat, clear-eyed and a touch wistfulBill Dentzer
Idaho StatesmanTaking Trump Seriously: Abrasiveness aside, BSU prof saw his centrist appealSven Berg
Idaho StatesmanBoise State debate watchers weigh options during Trump, Clinton debateNicole Blanchard
Idaho StatesmanNew institute at Boise State promises objective policy research, polling and analysisMark Rudin
Idaho StatesmanIn Boise, a Civility Summit and a year of civil conversationBill Manny
Idaho StatesmanNorthwest Nazarene University rethinks academic freedom; no easy answersBill Roberts
Idaho StatesmanBSU's Corey Cook: Unified parties, divided nationCorey Cook
Idaho StatesmanMobile home living at risk as Treasure Valley developers snap up landSven Berg
Idaho Statesmen Secretary Jewell wants to help Zinke, her Republican successor at Interior, be a successRocky Barker
KBOI TVCovering the 2016 presidential election in the classroomMorgan Wagner
KBOI TVInterview with Scott YenorDevan Kaney
KIVI TVStudents react to 2nd presidential debateLacey Darrow
KMVT 11Local speakers present fresh ideas at first annual TEDx Sun ValleyDeSiree Fawn
KTVB-TVBoise State releases 2017 Public Policy SurveyJoe Parris
Law360What History Tells Us About Obama's Antiquities Act LegacyJohn Freemuth and Mackenzie Case
National Public RadioFuture of Cotoni-Coast Dairies in President Obama's Hands, Or NotErika Mahoney
New York TimesHow to Be a Great Vice-PresidentJustin Vaughn
New York TimesOld Treaties and New Alliances Empower Native AmericansKirk Johnson
NPR Future of Cotoni-Coast Dairies in President Obama's Hands, Or NotErika Mahoney
PanoramasThe Evolving Relationship Between State and Civil Society in Brazil Brian Wampler and Mike Allen
ReutersBrexit crisis tops off rough stretch in Obama's push for legacyRoberta Rampton
San Francisco ChronicleClinton has advantage at Democratic conventionJohn Wildermuth
San Francisco ChronicleWhy Hillary Clinton lostJohn Wildermuth
Seattle TimesHow will Seattle's tech types vote? We askedRachel Lerman
SF GateInside the Coal Industry's Rhetorical PlaybookJen Schneider, Co-Author
The ConversationCan Ryan Zinke balance conservation and development as interior secretary?John Freemuth and Mackenzie Case
The Weekly SunTedXSunValley to faciltate Idea sharingDana Dugan
TheConversation.comHow the Antiquities Act has expanded the national park system and fueled struggles over land protectionJohn Freemuth
WBIR-TVKnoxville ranks low on national list of well-run citiesBecca Habegger
WBUR - Here and NowWhat Happens When Reality TV Meets The Presidency?Jeremy Hobson