College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs
Oct 08 2014Marcus Peacock on Government Budgeting – Oct. 28
Marcus Peacock, an expert on federal budgeting, government performance systems and energy and environmental issues, [...]Read more
Aug 22 2014SSPA Welcomes Twelve New Faculty Members
The College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs welcomes the following professors for the 2014-2015 [...]Read more
Jul 09 2014John V. Evans – A Good Friend
John Evans was indeed a “good friend” to many. Below are remembrances from both Governor [...]Read more
Jun 06 2014NEW Leadership Idaho Urges Women to Engage, Run for Office
Twenty female college students from institutions across Idaho are participating this week in the inaugural [...]Read more
May 23 2014Becoming Basque: Ethnic Heritage of Boise’s Grove Street
Becoming Basque connects the immigrant city we were to the ethnic mosaic we are. Edited [...]Read more
Apr 11 2014Marty Most and Anthony Walsh take Foundation Scholar Awards
This year, the College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs is proud to recognize two [...]Read more
Feb 03 2014Dr. Jill Gill on “Idaho and the 1964 Civil Rights Bill”
Boise State historian Dr. Jill Gill gave a Martin Luther King Day address at the [...]Read more
Boise State University’s School of Public Service will launch Fall 2015. Learn more at sps.boisestate.edu.
Boise State University’s College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs is the lead institution in the state of Idaho for providing education and scholarship in Public Affairs and Social Sciences. Browse our programs and departments, or discover how giving to SSPA can make a difference.
Educating students for engaged citizenship.
Addressing local problems from a global perspective.
Learning from our past to inform our future.
- Moments of Politicization
- TBR 5: The Politics Issue
- Tea Party, Idaho and Tea Party, America
- Talkin’ Politics
- Basque Club
- BOGA: new issue published
- Colorado Does Marijuana Quite Well
- Four Things to Watch in the 2014 State Elections
- Jim Weatherby was mentioned in the The Spokesman-Review
- Honoring Veterans at Boise State Nov. 3-7
Deputy Under Secretary for USDA Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services and Hattie Kauffman, Nez Perce author and journalist. More info: http://www.idahohunger.org/summit/ ($)
He is an expert on federal budgeting, government performance systems, and energy and environmental issues.
For more information, please call (208) 426-5707.
Event Flyer: http://sspa.boisestate.edu/pprc/files/2012/08/marcus-peacock-event.pdf
More information: http://sspa.boisestate.edu/politicalscience/lunch-candidates/