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Congrats to the following HRA officers elected October 15, 2014:

President:  Stephanie Rabon
Vice President:  Roni Dringle
Chief Operating Officer:  Hannah Felt
Chief Financial Officer:  Nichole Di Dio


Shelle Poole, lecturer for the management department, made a presentation October 15th for the new College of Public Service summarizing “NEW Leadership Idaho”

NEW Leadership is a national bi-partisan program developed by the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) to address the underrepresentation of women in American politics. The six-day residential summer institute educates college women about the important role that politics plays in their lives and encourages them to become effective leaders in the political arena.

Lecturer Decateur Reed published “Private Employment”  as part of a column “Ask the Legal Expert” in Green Belt Magazine http://greenbeltmagazine.com/2014/08/28/legal-expert/.

With a goal of stimulating entrepreneurship at Idaho’s colleges and universities, Zions Bank and the Boise State Center for Entrepreneurship have launched the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge, a series of workshops and events culminating in a statewide business competition with over $150,000 in prizes.  All colleges and universities in the Gem State are invited to participate. “While all student participants will develop the skills needed to launch new businesses, financial support, in the form of prize money and other resources, will help turn a few of these business concepts and product prototypes into new businesses,” said Zions Bank President and CEO Scott Anderson, who announced the new program. “We believe this program will not only contribute to the success of the individual businesses, but will provide economic development to the state of Idaho.” The Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge will be comprised of events beginning this fall with workshops, and culminating in the spring with a state-wide business plan competition. Participating schools will receive support for student participation.

Boise State Lecturer Cheryl Larabee and Parma High School Instructor Stephanie WindleManagement Department Lecturer Cheryl Larabee (left) and Parma High School Instructor Stephanie Windle (right) team up to start the concurrent enrollment program for GENBUS 101 Business for the New Generation. In this program, high school students from Parma take business-related courses over several years to get college credit for GENBUS 101. Cheryl will consult with Stephanie concerning the progress of the high school business courses she teaches.