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In the Media

Supporting State Science and Technology Policy Fellows

2 Feb. 2020

Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced $448,550 in funding to support science and technology policy fellowships in Idaho, Missouri, and Virginia to connect scientists with policymakers and support the use of scientific evidence in decision making. Read more»


Supporting State Science and Technology Policy Fellows

31 Jan. 2020

Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced $448,550 in funding to support science and technology policy fellowships in Idaho, Missouri, and Virginia to connect scientists with policymakers and support the use of scientific evidence in decision making. Read more»


Supporting State Science and Technology Policy Fellows

31 Jan. 2020

Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced $448,550 in funding to support science and technology policy fellowships in Idaho, Missouri, and Virginia to connect scientists with policymakers and support the use of scientific evidence in decision making. Read more»


Governor's Salmon Work Group to Address Salmon Recovery in Idaho

21 Jan. 2020

Governor Brad Little created a salmon work group to come up with ideas on how to help the salmon return to Idaho; the group met in Boise this weekend. Read more»


Gov. Little's Salmon and Steelhead Recovery Work Group Meets in Twin Falls

31 Oct. 2019

The governor created this group in April in order to bring together people from all across Idaho to discuss what can be done for steelhead and salmon recovery in the gem state. Read more»


Readers Offer 7 (more!) Things for Boise Newcomers to Know. Hint: Pronunciation Matters

29 Oct. 2019

What’s unique about Boise? There’s the quick-and-easy airport, the “Idaho stop” for cyclists and the free parking for drivers. There’s the abundance of thrift stores, the growing refugee community and Idaho’s odd time zones. Read more»


Community Leaders Discuss Affordable Housing at Policy Pub Series

28 Oct. 2019

Affordable housing has been a hot topic in the halls of Boise government, but this week, it cropped up in an unusual location.

On Monday, three diverse players in Boise’s housing ecosystem stood on a the small, dimly lit stage at Pengilly’s Saloon to share the impacts of the Treasure Valley’s affordability problem and how it affects diverse segments of our society, as part of University of Idaho’s McClure Center for Public Policy Research’s Policy Pub series. Read more»


Latino Students Matter to Idaho’s Future, Experts Say. So Why Do They Lag Behind Peers?

27 Oct. 2019

The success of Latino students is going to be critical to Idaho’s economic future, according to national and local experts. But the state stumbles when it comes to ensuring all Latino students are successful in school and prepared for Idaho’s future workforce. Read more»


‘Policy Pub’ Event Looks at Housing Affordability in Light of Rapid Growth

21 Oct. 2019

The Boise metro has grown by more than 100,000 people since 2010. One of the most significant side effects fo this explosive growth has been a decrease in housing affordability. Read more»


Connecting Policymakers with Experts with Dr. Laura Woodworth-Ney – Ep #50

1 Oct. 2019

Dr. Laura Woodworth-Ney is the Executive Vice President and Provost at Idaho State University. Laura is also a faculty member there and is the Chief Academic Officer of the University. She oversees units that impact research and instructional academic programs. Read more»


Science Diplomacy Headed Down the Right Path, U.N. Adviser Says

10 Sep. 2019

Despite what Bill Colglazier said are some setbacks — like the nation’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement — the scientific adviser to the United Nations said he believes science diplomacy around the world is moving in the right direction. Read more»


U.N. Adviser: Global Science Diplomacy on the Right Track

10 Sep. 2019

Despite what Dr. Bill Colglazier said are some setbacks — like the nation’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement — the scientific adviser to the United Nations said he believes science diplomacy around the world is moving in the right direction. Read more»

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