Why Study Community and Regional Planning at Boise State University?
Mar 11 2013The 3D Visualization “Cave”
The Department of Community and Regional Planning is home of one of the few “mini-caves” [...]Read more
Dec 18 2012About Community and Regional Planning
Boise State University’s Department of Community and Regional Planning inspires good planning practices in a growing [...]Read more
Ask yourself some questions:
- Am I looking for a career rather than just a job?
- Am I interested in cities; care about my community; concerned about the environment?
- Do I like to envision what could be, rather than what is?
- Do I like to work with people?
- Am I interested in making a positive impact on people’s lives and on the built environment?
- Do I like to analyze problems and develop possible solutions?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then planning is the right career for you!
May 21 2013
John Freemuth, professor of political science and public affairs, was quoted in an Idaho Statesman
May 20 2013
Charles Honts, professor of psychology and recognized expert on polygraphs, was quoted in an article
May 20 2013
Ed McLuskie, professor of communication, served as an expert evaluator for the European Science Foundation (ESF)