Faculty and Staff News
Jonathan Krutz, a lecturer in the Department of Marketing and a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Public Service, appeared on Boise State Public Radio’s “Idaho Matters” show on August 14, to discuss concerns about the Idaho ballot proposal that … (Read More) Jonathan Krutz Appeared on “Idaho Matters” Regard Legalizing Slot Machine Casinos
Chris Loucks, chair and professor in the Department of Economics, wrote “Is Idaho the Next Oklahoma for Educators? Take steps Now to Preserve Public Education” which was published in the Idaho Statesman, May 4, 2018. “Tax cuts may be attractive, but only … (Read More) Chris Loucks Wrote Articles – Is Idaho the Next Oklahoma for Educators?
Doug Covey has been selected as state director for the Idaho Small Business Development Center. Covey joined the Idaho SBDC as region III director in 2015. Prior to joining the Idaho SBDC, Doug served as an executive for a cloud-based software … (Read More) Doug Covey selected as state director for Idaho Small Business Development Center
Michail Fragkias, an associate professor in the Department of Economics, co-authored “Metropolitan planning organizations and climate change action.” The article is published the Urban Climate, Volume 25, September 2018. Co-author is Susan G. Mason, a professor emerita in the School of … (Read More) Michail Fragkias Published in Urban Climate
Zeynep Hansen, associate dean and professor of economics, co-authored “Economic Evaluation of Concussion Programs in the State of Idaho: The Collective Potential of Prevention and Clinical Care.” The article is published in the Population Health Management journal. Co-authors are Susie Bergeron, … (Read More) Zeynep Hansen Published in Population Health Management
An article about Boise State University partnering with a Taiwanese robotics company to create a robotics lab in the College of Engineering was in the Idaho Statesman. Steve Hatten, executive director of TechHelp, contributed to the article with his comments … (Read More) TechHelp Director Steve Hatten Quoted In Statesman
Jack Marr, clinical associate professor of international business, has published an article in The Conversation. The article is about proposed changes in STEM-related visas for graduate students to the U.S. from the People’s Republic of China. Read the article, “Limits on Chinese graduate … (Read More) Jack Marr Published in The Conversation