From expansive features on research collaborations that span the globe to profiles of fascinating alumni, take a few moments to get to know Boise State on a deeper level.
In 1969, the Honors College began challenging students to become more effective thinkers, writers and leaders at what was then Boise State Junior College. The program launched with just 27 students. Today, more than 1,000 ambitious, hard-working students representing every department on campus participate in the Honors College.
Every day, Boise State provides national leadership in creating a new model of what public higher education can mean for individual students, their families and their communities, and we are transforming what a research university can mean for its region and its partners. By thinking differently about how we serve our students and prepare them for the world, and imagining new, boundary-defying ways to do research, we are creating the university of the future.In this issue