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Kathy Hurley and Accounting Students Prepared Tax Returns for Free

This is the sixth year Kathy Hurley, a lecturer in the Department of Accountancy, and accountancy students have volunteered to prepare and file income tax returns for Boise community members. Students are trained and certified by the IRS in the Volunteer Income … (Read More) Kathy Hurley and Accounting Students Prepared Tax Returns for Free

Dean’s Choice Award Goes to Economics Students for Their Commercial Kitchens at Boise Farmers Market

Winners of the COBE Dean’s Choice Award for undergraduate research are (left to right) Michael Bryd, Andrew Davey, Britt Gable, Siena Kalina and Austin Guza (not pictured – Mckenna Yetter). They created the poster “Commercial Kitchens at Boise Farmers Market” as … (Read More) Dean’s Choice Award Goes to Economics Students for Their Commercial Kitchens at Boise Farmers Market

COBE Students Attend APEE Conference

Two COBE students were selected to participate in the Undergraduate Poster Competition at the annual Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) Conference held in Las Vegas in March. Jillian Lumbert, human resources management major, presented her work “The State of the … (Read More) COBE Students Attend APEE Conference

Eliot Smith, Department of Information Technology, Receives Golden Apple Award

Eliot Smith, a lecturer in Department of Information Technology and Supply Chain Management, has been honored with a Golden Apple award. This award is sponsored the Associated Students of Boise State University. Each year students from across campus nominate outstanding professors that have … (Read More) Eliot Smith, Department of Information Technology, Receives Golden Apple Award

Economics Students Submitted Service-Learning Projects to the Undergraduate Research Conference.

Five teams from Samia Islam’s ECON 432/532 class participated in Service-Learning research projects this semester. Working with community partner Boise Farmers Market, students assisted in collecting and analyzing data that would help determine a permanent location for the market. The … (Read More) Economics Students Submitted Service-Learning Projects to the Undergraduate Research Conference.

College of Business and Economics Achieves Gold Standard Reaccreditation

The International Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) has granted Boise State University’s College of Business and Economics a full reaccreditation. “I am so pleased with this fantastic accomplishment. AACSB Accreditation represents the highest standards of achievement for … (Read More) College of Business and Economics Achieves Gold Standard Reaccreditation

COBE Alumnus, Larry Laverty, Works to Save African Elephants

Following the completion of his two degrees at Boise State University (finance ’84 and political science ’85), Larry Laverty went on to a 30-year career as an actor, appearing in numerous television shows and movies. He also wrote a newspaper … (Read More) COBE Alumnus, Larry Laverty, Works to Save African Elephants