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Mirrors and windows: join the discussion

photo of Lisa Phillips
Lisa P. Phillips, inaugural vice provost for community engagement and belonging at Boise State

Lisa Phillips, vice provost for community engagement and belonging, and Gwyn Hervochon, associate professor, librarian, archivist for the Albertsons Library, and director of the Idaho Center for the Book, invite you to share a book that has profoundly impacted you at the inaugural Mirrors and Windows discussions.

Nominate a book that holds special meaning for you, one you want to share and discuss with the Boise State community. Explain why it resonates, what you learned from its pages, and how it shaped your view of the world and the people in it.

Phillips joined Boise State last spring, and shared that she “looks forward to being part of this community that values innovation and is open to creating opportunities where all members feel comfortable in engaging in dialogues that demonstrate and strengthen our shared values.”

Use this submission form to nominate a book and indicate panel interest. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, March 12.

Mirrors and Windows discussions will be held on the first floor of Albertsons Library at noon on Wednesday, March 27. No registration necessary, feel free to attend either session — or both. Attendees are welcome to bring their own lunch.