Andrus Center for Public Policy
The Andrus Center for Public Policy advances the legacy issues of former Idaho Governor and Secretary of the Interior, Cecil D. Andrus — wise use of our environmental resources and public lands, proper funding of education for our children and the cultivation of leadership from all segments of our society. The Andrus Center provides a nationally respected forum for addressing vital public policy issues of our time.
Climate Change: Impacts on Public Lands
In celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Bureau of Land Management, the Andrus Center for Public Policy is partnering with the Bureau of Land Management and the Public Lands Foundation to host a conversation on November 10, 2021 from 3 pm-5pm MT, Climate Change: Impacts on Public Lands.
Join us for this unique panel discussion with Moderator Tim Murphy, former Bureau of Land Management Idaho State Director and National Interagency Fire Center Director. The panelists joining the discussion will be Boise State University Professor Jen Pierce, UC Berkeley Professor Steven Beissinger, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s Center for Public Lands Director Madeleine West, and National Interagency Fire Center Director Grant Beebe.
The Climate Change: Impacts on Public Lands panel discussion will be streamed live through the Public Lands Foundation Facebook Page and YouTube Channel. The panel discussion is free to view and no registration is required.
Andrus Scholars Class of 2021
The Andrus Scholars Program awards scholarships each year to outstanding Boise State University students focused on environmental studies and provides internships at federal, state, non-profit, and other mission centered business enterprises that provide meaningful work experience to enhance learning and skill development.