The PoliSci Newsletter
John Freemuth, professor of political science and public policy, and Jim Weatherby, emeritus professor of public policy, spoke at the Idaho Conservation League Wild Idaho! 2013 meeting May 18-19 at Redfish Lake. Weatherby presented the keynote address and Freemuth participated in a panel presentation titled “National Monuments in Idaho?”
Original source: BSU UPDATE, May 14, 2013
John Freemuth, professor of political science and public policy, was the keynote speaker for the Joint Fire Science Program annual consortia meeting held May 1 in Boise. Freemuth spoke about when the boundaries of science, management and policy blur and the balance between providing advocacy and information.
Original source: Boise State UPDATE, Your source for campus news
Justin Vaughn recently published the Spring 2013 issue of the “Presidents & Executive Politics Report”
Justin Vaughn, assistant professor of political science and an expert on the American presidency, recently published the Spring 2013 issue of the “Presidents & Executive Politics Report,” which he edits along with John Hudak of The Brookings Institution.
This issue focuses on methodological approaches to studying the presidency and features a lead essay on presidential biography, a piece on drones and Obama’s counter-terrorism policy, a forum on methodological perspectives toward studying the presidency, and several notes from authors of recent volumes on the presidency from a range of disciplines.
If anyone in the Boise State University community is interested in a digital copy, email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Original source: Boise State Update, Your source for campus news
John Freemuth, professor of political science and an expert on natural resource and public land policy and administration, participated in a Boise State Public Radio panel on Idaho’s public lands. More than half of all land in Idaho is public and federally managed. Read about the panel here.
Originally quoted from the Boise State UPDATE
Greg Raymond, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, was interviewed by the Belgrade newspaper Danas on the political and economic implications of the agreement concluded between Serbia and Kosovo on April 22.
Originally quoted from the Boise State Update | 4/22/13