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It's Idaho Day, which means... lift up Idaho voters with ranked choice voting, starting **TONIGHT** at 7pm! Register for the Zoom here and get your secure direct link:
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Bronco Giving Day 2022 03/04/2022

Bronco Giving Day 2022

Support students now. Bronco Giving Day ends at noon today!

Bronco Giving Day 2022 March 3–4

03/04/2022

Thank you to everyone who has shared their passion for Boise State University by making a gift on Bronco Giving Day!

There is still time: broncosgive.boisestate.edu
Boise State Alumni and Friends

03/03/2022

Support the SPS Experience Fund on Bronco Giving Day

03/03/2022

Thank You St. Luke's and Select Health

03/03/2022

Support Boise State on Bronco Giving Day

Photos from Andrus Center for Public Policy's post 03/02/2022

Photos from Andrus Center for Public Policy's post

03/01/2022

Bronco Giving Day kicks off in only 2 days. Your donation will help push the university towards the future. Every donation leaves a lasting impact on not only Boise State student experiences but also for the colleges and departments on campus.

It is up to you which program, sports team, student organization, or scholarship you want to support. Discover what you're passionate about: broncosgive.boisestate.edu

02/27/2022

In a new Blue Review, Boise State University's Mel Fillmore and Lane Gillespie look at the findings from Idaho's first Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons report. They examine the challenges of such cases and the complexities of criminal jurisdiction on reservations and cases involving tribal members. In addition, they address the need for improved victim services.
https://bit.ly/3t5QRJV

Boise State School of Public Service Boise State University Department of Criminal Justice The Blue Review

02/24/2022

In a new Blue Review, Boise State University's Mel Fillmore and Lane Gillespie look at the findings from Idaho's first Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons report. They examine the challenges of such cases and the complexities of criminal jurisdiction on reservations and cases involving tribal members. In addition, they address the need for improved victim services.
https://bit.ly/3t5QRJV

Boise State School of Public Service Boise State University Department of Criminal Justice The Blue Review

02/21/2022

Happy Presidents' Day - take time today to learn about the great leaders of the United States of America.

Classes, business and administrative hours will resume on Tuesday, Feb. 22.

02/17/2022

Boise State University's fourth annual Bronco Giving Day will begin at midnight on Thursday, March 3. Bronco Nation is invited to engage in the 36-hour campaign to help raise critical funding for students, programs, scholarships, and athletics.

Get involved with Bronco Giving Day by giving a donation and sharing the Giving Day website. Post about your experience on social media and participate in challenges for chances to win funding toward a Boise State program of your choice.

Learn more about why and how you can give, employer matching, and tax deductions at: broncosgive.boisestate.edu.

Boise State Alumni and Friends

02/17/2022

Attention Boise State University students! Idaho Science & Technology Policy Fellowship will be having an info session on 2/28, 4-5 p.m. MST. Interested in applying? Talk w/fellows & program during this virtual open house: https://uidaho.zoom.us/j/84597878150

Historic Preservation Month | Office of Cultural Heritage | Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations 02/14/2022

Historic Preservation Month | Office of Cultural Heritage | Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations

Boise State University Political Science alumna Priscilla Heaton was showcased in the State Department's Historic Preservation website in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Heaton discussed her Boise State internship in Madrid. Great work Priscilla!

https://oboculturalheritage.state.gov/historic-preservation-month/…

Historic Preservation Month | Office of Cultural Heritage | Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations The month of May is dedicated to Historic Preservation. During Preservation Month we celebrate the nation’s diverse heritage through historic places and tell the stories of the American people and communities that those places represent. We invite you to share your stories of diverse heritage from...

Episode 39: What Idahoans have to say about Idaho 02/12/2022

Episode 39: What Idahoans have to say about Idaho

What do Idahoans have to say about Idaho? Matthew May of our Idaho Policy Institute discussed our Idaho Public Policy Survey on the Kevin Richert Podcast from Idaho Education News.

Episode 39: What Idahoans have to say about Idaho Listen to Episode 39: What Idahoans have to say about Idaho by Idaho Education News on

02/07/2022

Check out our Spring 2022 event schedule. All events are NOW available to register on Handshake. See you soon!

02/03/2022

Charlie Brizzee used the Boise State University Community Impact Program as a bridge back to college to finish a degree in multidisciplinary studies. He works full-time as a quality and patient safety manager at Saint Alphonsus Medical Center in Ontario, Oregon.

Brizzee is studying towards a certificate in Applied Leadership through the Boise State School of Public Service and pursuing a dream born in the Community Impact Program’s entrepreneurial skills class – opening his own distillery in Payette. He’s in the permit and licensing phase of the project.

“I’m not out to make a million dollars,” said Brizzee, who grew up on a 180-cow farm in Ririe, Idaho and spent decades across the West working in construction, carpentry and respiratory therapy. “My long-range plan is to get something together that’s working, functional and profitable.”

He wants that profit to extend to the Payette area. Brizzee will use local ingredients to craft his spirits and hire from the local community.

Brizzee’s classwork included helping to create an outreach program in which he and his fellow students will meet with high school students in communities including Payette, New Plymouth, and Weiser to share the benefits of the Community Impact Program, especially for students who don’t want to leave home.

“Our end goal is to get them to stay in their communities, but learn how to contribute,” Brizzee said.

Charlie Brizzee is part of a Bronco family. His son, Cameron Brizzee, graduated with an MBA in 2014. His daughter, Alexis Brizzee, graduated with her undergraduate degree and teaching certificate the same year. He is pictured with his dogs Ike and Q.

The US military presence in Europe has been declining for 30 years – the current crisis in Ukraine may reverse that trend 02/03/2022

The US military presence in Europe has been declining for 30 years – the current crisis in Ukraine may reverse that trend

The US military presence in Europe has been declining for 30 years – the current crisis in Ukraine may reverse that trend Omar Marques/Getty Images Michael A. Allen, Boise State University; Carla Martinez Machain, Kansas State University,...

Ep. 57 - Job Order Contracting (JOC) as an Alternative Project Delivery Method by Decisions That Matter: A Public Procurement Podcast 02/01/2022

Ep. 57 - Job Order Contracting (JOC) as an Alternative Project Delivery Method by Decisions That Matter: A Public Procurement Podcast

Ana-Maria Dimand, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration in the Boise State School of Public Service recently participated in the "Decisions That Matter" public procurement podcast discussing job order contracting.
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Ep. 57 - Job Order Contracting (JOC) as an Alternative Project Delivery Method by Decisions That Matter: A Public Procurement Podcast This episode of Procurated's Decisions That Matter podcast is brought to you by Gordian. Gordian is revolutionizing the construction industry with data software, and expertise. On this episode, we are joined by: Andrea S. Patrucco, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management in the Departm...

School of Public Service 01/31/2022

School of Public Service

School of Public Service A Foot in the Door at the Idaho Statehouse At 38 years old, Lindsay Campbell...

01/28/2022

González Cárdenas and Wakild to produce book on Idaho Latinas

María González Cárdenas, former college counselor in the College Assistance Migrant Program, and Emily Wakild, professor of history and director of environmental studies, received a Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan grant from the Idaho Humanities Council to produce a book entitled “Nosotras,” profiling 50 inspiring Latinas who have shaped Idaho in the last fifty years.

González Cárdenas and Wakild to produce book on Idaho Latinas María González Cárdenas, former college counselor in the College Assistance Migrant Program, and Emily Wakild,...

Millions more Americans now have the right to vote in non-English languages 01/27/2022

Millions more Americans now have the right to vote in non-English languages

Millions more Americans now have the right to vote in non-English languages Gabe Osterhout, Boise State University and Lantz McGinnis-Brown, Boise State University As Americans and their...

Millions more Americans now have the right to vote in non-English languages 01/27/2022

Millions more Americans now have the right to vote in non-English languages

Millions more Americans now have the right to vote in non-English languages Gabe Osterhout, Boise State University and Lantz McGinnis-Brown, Boise State University As Americans and their...

01/25/2022

McClure Center opens applications for Idaho Science and Technology Policy Fellowships

Exciting opportunity!

McClure Center opens applications for Idaho Science and Technology Policy Fellowships The Idaho Science and Technology Policy Fellowship, led by the McClure Center for Public Policy...

01/25/2022

While a plurality of Idahoans still think the state is heading in the right direction, the gap between that segment and those who disagree is shrinking, according to results of the seventh annual Idaho Public Policy Survey, conducted by researchers at Boise State University’s Idaho Policy Institute.

The survey, conducted in November of 2021, reports 46 percent of Idahoans agree with the state’s direction and 41 percent disagree. The gap between these two views has dropped 25 points since the 30-point separation in 2019.

”The results of this year’s statewide survey show that education remains a top priority among Idahoans, but there is an increasing concern about growth and its many impacts, from housing to property taxes,” said Matthew May, report co-author and Survey Research Director for the Boise State School of Public Service. “As leaders and decision-makers in Idaho consider various policy options to address these areas, understanding the opinions of Idahoans on these issues should help inform that process.”

Other key findings:

• Idahoans’ legislative priorities remain unchanged from previous years, with Education viewed as the top issue for the Idaho Legislature to address. Housing saw the largest increase in priority ranking over last year (eight points).

• Idahoans are split on what should be done with the state’s budget surplus. Most favor increasing teachers’ pay (26%), giving tax relief (24%), or increasing workforce and affordable housing (23%).

• A quarter of Idahoans have experienced financial hardship since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with 26% reporting that they are worse off financially and 25% that have had trouble paying their bills.

• More than half of Idahoans (51%) would recommend a friend or family member get the COVID-19 vaccine. Almost as many Idahoans (46%) indicate vaccination should be a choice rather than a mandate.

• There is increasing concern surrounding growth issues, including housing and property taxes. Most Idahoans believe the state is growing too fast (71%).

• Idahoans strongly support funding full-day kindergarten, with over 60% of Republicans, Democrats, and Independents alike in favor of the proposal.

• Political engagement in Idaho is high relative to national numbers, with nearly one-third (32%) of Idahoans reporting they have contacted a public official within the last year.

“This year’s survey shows the COVID-19 pandemic and population growth have significantly affected Idahoans,” said Vanessa Fry, Interim Director of the Idaho Policy Institute. “The effort to capture statewide sentiments and priorities supports Idaho Policy Institute’s mission to be an objective research resource for Idaho’s decision-makers.

View the report at: https://www.boisestate.edu/sps/2022-idaho-public-policy-survey/

Photos from Boise State University's post 01/21/2022

Photos from Boise State University's post

01/19/2022

Boise State University supports veteran students with a one-stop Veterans Student Support Services program within the Veteran Services Center. This is one of only 16 dedicated veteran student programs in the nation, and the only one in Idaho.

The center helps coordinate a number of services that help veteran students succeed. The Veteran Services Center helps transition individuals from the military to university life by assisting them in using their GI Bill educational benefits, navigate the onboarding process at the university, as well as providing support to them while enrolled in classes.

Veterans Upward Bound is one of several TRIO programs on the campus designed to help veterans prepare for and succeed in post-secondary education. They serve veterans planning to attend college, universities, technical schools, certificate programs and more.

Boise State Military Programs offer award-winning academic programs and services for active-duty military service members, veterans and military spouses and families. Working with various campus partners, they connect with military students on the Boise State campus, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Gowen Field and online.

🔗 https://www.boisestate.edu/veterans/

Photos from Boise State University's post 01/12/2022

Photos from Boise State University's post

Bronco Welcome 01/10/2022

Bronco Welcome

Welcome new Broncos! Check the Bronco Welcome Week website for ways you can stay involved throughout the week and get the most out of Bronco Welcome. We're glad you're here!

Bronco Welcome Welcome to Boise State! Bronco Welcome is here to help you find your people, get involved with clubs and causes you care about, and show off that Bronco spirit. Check this website between now and the time you get to campus because we’ll be adding events all through December and January.

01/10/2022

Scholarship and Financial Aid (FAFSA) deadlines are approaching!

February 15 – Idaho resident merit based scholarships deadline, including the President’s and Dean’s Scholarships. Students who meet all the criteria will automatically be considered.
boisestate.edu/scholarships/scholarships/idahostudent

February 15 – Last day to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for need-based scholarships and priority aid, including work-study and grants.
boisestate.edu/financialaid/home/apply-for-aid

February 15 – Last day to submit Boise State Scholarship Applications.
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Additional scholarship information:
boisestate.edu/scholarships

01/05/2022
01/05/2022

We love to see our scholars’ hard work pay off! Congratulations to McNair alum Ahmed Muhumed who recently had his research article published in the Journal of International Humanitarian Action. The article, co-authored with Boise State Assistant Professor, Dr. Selah Ahmed, is titled “Educational Inequality in the Kebribeyah Somali Refugee Camp in Ethiopia: An Autoethnography”. The article, based primarily on Ahmed's first-hand experience in the Somali refugee camp in Ethiopia, investigates how education inequality can adversely impact social cohesion in crisis contexts.

Ahmed graduated from Boise State in Fall 2020 and is currently a graduate student at Florida State University. He is pursuing his Masters in International Affairs.

Congratulations on a very well deserved publication, Ahmed!

The full article is available at: https://jhumanitarianaction.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s41018-021-00109-4

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