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  • Saleh Ahmed

    Saleh Ahmed, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Programs

    Research Interests: Coastal vulnerability, inclusive adaptation, and equitable resilience; sustainability-peace nexus; and growth management and socio-cultural sustainability

    Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Programs

    Research Interests: Coastal vulnerability, inclusive adaptation, and equitable resilience; sustainability-peace nexus; and growth management and socio-cultural sustainability

  • Michael Allen, Political Science, studio portrait

    Michael A. Allen, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Faculty in Residence

    Research interests: Asymmetric conflict and cooperation, war, US foreign policy, overseas troop deployments, hegemony, hierarchy, alliances, power, trade, and quantitative modeling.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Faculty in Residence

    Research interests: Asymmetric conflict and cooperation, war, US foreign policy, overseas troop deployments, hegemony, hierarchy, alliances, power, trade, and quantitative modeling.

  • Kathy Araujo

    Kathleen Araújo, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor of Sustainable Energy Systems, Innovation, and Policy
    Director, Energy Policy Institute

    Interests: Strategic planning and management in energy transitions; Sustainable energy; Energy-environmental systems; Comparative policy, innovation systems and better practices in sustainability and resilience; International nuclear safety and cyber security; Science and technology policy.

    Associate Professor of Sustainable Energy Systems, Innovation, and Policy
    Director, Energy Policy Institute

    Interests: Strategic planning and management in energy transitions; Sustainable energy; Energy-environmental systems; Comparative policy, innovation systems and better practices in sustainability and resilience; International nuclear safety and cyber security; Science and technology policy.

  • Amada Johnson

    Amanda Johnson Ashley, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Urban Studies and Community Development

    Research interests: Urban revitalization through property-based economic development, public/private partnerships, and civic collaboration; defense investments in cities with a focus on the redevelopment of former military bases.

    Associate Professor, Urban Studies and Community Development

    Research interests: Urban revitalization through property-based economic development, public/private partnerships, and civic collaboration; defense investments in cities with a focus on the redevelopment of former military bases.

  • Nisha Bellinger

    Nisha Bellinger, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Program Lead, Global Studies
    Program Lead, M.A. in Political Science

    Research interests: Political economic themes, political regimes, human well-being outcomes.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Program Lead, Global Studies
    Program Lead, M.A. in Political Science

    Research interests: Political economic themes, political regimes, human well-being outcomes.

  • Chris Birdsall

    Chris Birdsall, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Public management, performance management, and higher education.

    Assistant Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Public management, performance management, and higher education.

  • Sophia Borgias

    Sophia Borgias, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Programs

    Research interests: Water and environmental governance in the arid Americas; rural-urban water conflicts; political ecology; Indigenous rights and stewardship; social movements, coalition-building, and unlikely alliances; collaborative and community-engaged research.

    Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Programs

    Research interests: Water and environmental governance in the arid Americas; rural-urban water conflicts; political ecology; Indigenous rights and stewardship; social movements, coalition-building, and unlikely alliances; collaborative and community-engaged research.

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    Lisa Growette Bostaph, Ph.D.

    Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Race and policing, domestic violence and criminal justice system response, and the public perception of the criminal justice system.

    Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Race and policing, domestic violence and criminal justice system response, and the public perception of the criminal justice system.

  • Ross Burkart

    Ross Burkhart, Ph.D.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Explanatory factors of cross-national democratization patterns, Canada-U.S. Borderlands and environmental policy, and political culture.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Explanatory factors of cross-national democratization patterns, Canada-U.S. Borderlands and environmental policy, and political culture.

  • Isaac Castellano

    Isaac Castellano, Ph.D.

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Political Science

    Research interests: State security policy, including defense spending, the role of militias, civil war intervention, and climate change.

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Political Science

    Research interests: State security policy, including defense spending, the role of militias, civil war intervention, and climate change.

  • Chris Courtheyn

    Chris Courtheyn, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Research Interests: Globalization and development, peace and conflict, race, gender, class, migration, urbanization, performance, and social movements, especially in Latin America.

    Assistant Professor

    Research Interests: Globalization and development, peace and conflict, race, gender, class, migration, urbanization, performance, and social movements, especially in Latin America.

  • Dan Dexheimer

    Dan Dexheimer, M.A.

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Teaching interests: Corrections, Violent Crime, Criminal Justice Policy.

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Teaching interests: Corrections, Violent Crime, Criminal Justice Policy.

  • Ana Maria Dimand

    Ana-Maria Dimand, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research Interests: Public management, government contracting, environmental policy, sustainability, collaborative governance, innovation policy.

    Assistant Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research Interests: Public management, government contracting, environmental policy, sustainability, collaborative governance, innovation policy.

  • Luke Fowler

    Luke Fowler, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    School of Public Service Faculty Director

    Research Interests: Policy implementation, collaboration and collective action, energy and environmental policy, and state and local government.

    Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    School of Public Service Faculty Director

    Research Interests: Policy implementation, collaboration and collective action, energy and environmental policy, and state and local government.

  • Elizabeth Fredricksen, Public Policy and Administration, studio portrait

    Elizabeth Fredericksen, Ph.D.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Intergovernmental relations and networked governance, public and nonprofit management, organizational behavior/ethics, personnel policy

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Intergovernmental relations and networked governance, public and nonprofit management, organizational behavior/ethics, personnel policy

  • John Freemuth

    John Freemuth, Ph.D.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    University Distinguished Professor;
    Cecil D. Andrus Chair for Environment and Public Lands, Cecil D. Andrus Center for Public Policy

    In Memoriam. The School of Public service mourns the passing of our friend and colleague John Freemuth.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    University Distinguished Professor;
    Cecil D. Andrus Chair for Environment and Public Lands, Cecil D. Andrus Center for Public Policy

    In Memoriam. The School of Public service mourns the passing of our friend and colleague John Freemuth.

  • Vanessa Fru

    Vanessa Fry, MBA, Ph.D.

    Associate Research Professor
    Interim Director, Idaho Policy Institute

    Vanessa’s research and teaching focus on the role of multi-sector, evidenced-based solutions in addressing persistent social, environmental, and economic issues. Much of her recent research has focused on housing and homelessness. Before moving to Boise to earn her PhD at Boise State, Vanessa lived in the Wood River Valley and worked with a number of nonprofit organizations.  As a co-founder and chair of Sustain Blaine (now Sun Valley Economic Development), Vanessa collaborated with stakeholders across the community to create a regional economic development strategy for all of Blaine County.

    Associate Research Professor
    Interim Director, Idaho Policy Institute

    Vanessa’s research and teaching focus on the role of multi-sector, evidenced-based solutions in addressing persistent social, environmental, and economic issues. Much of her recent research has focused on housing and homelessness. Before moving to Boise to earn her PhD at Boise State, Vanessa lived in the Wood River Valley and worked with a number of nonprofit organizations.  As a co-founder and chair of Sustain Blaine (now Sun Valley Economic Development), Vanessa collaborated with stakeholders across the community to create a regional economic development strategy for all of Blaine County.

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    Shaun Gann, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice 

    Research interests: Correctional programming and policy; juvenile justice policy; juvenile court decision-making; developmental criminology; criminal careers; quantitative analytic methods.

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice 

    Research interests: Correctional programming and policy; juvenile justice policy; juvenile court decision-making; developmental criminology; criminal careers; quantitative analytic methods.

  • Stewart Gardner

    Stewart Gardner, Ph.D.

    Assistant Clinical Professor, Political Science 

    Research interests: Platonic Political Philosophy, Modern and Contemporary Political Thought, and American Political Thought

    Assistant Clinical Professor, Political Science 

    Research interests: Platonic Political Philosophy, Modern and Contemporary Political Thought, and American Political Thought

  • Photo of Andrew Giacomazzi

    Andrew L. Giacomazzi, Ph.D.

    Professor, Criminal Justice
    Interim Dean of School of Public Service

    Research interests: Program evaluation, community policing and problem-solving, organizational change, crime control, crime in public housing, community crime prevention, and domestic violence.

    Professor, Criminal Justice
    Interim Dean of School of Public Service

    Research interests: Program evaluation, community policing and problem-solving, organizational change, crime control, crime in public housing, community crime prevention, and domestic violence.

  • Lane Gillespie

    Lane Gillespie, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Victimization, gender, intimate partner violence, rural crime and justice, capital punishment sentencing.

    Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Victimization, gender, intimate partner violence, rural crime and justice, capital punishment sentencing.

  • Bayard Gregory, Ph.D.

    Lecturer, Conflict Management

    Research interests: Conflict management, negotiation, mediation, group facilitation and social/emotional intelligence. Dr. Bayard Gregory teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in conflict management, negotiation, mediation, and emotional intelligence in the Conflict Management Program at Boise State. Bayard also consults: presenting workshops, facilitating groups, and mediating disputes.

    Lecturer, Conflict Management

    Research interests: Conflict management, negotiation, mediation, group facilitation and social/emotional intelligence. Dr. Bayard Gregory teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in conflict management, negotiation, mediation, and emotional intelligence in the Conflict Management Program at Boise State. Bayard also consults: presenting workshops, facilitating groups, and mediating disputes.

  • Lori Hausegger, Political Science, studio portrait

    Lori Hausegger, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Director, Canadian Studies

    Research interests: Comparative courts, judicial selection, judicial decision-making and court-Congress relations.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Director, Canadian Studies

    Research interests: Comparative courts, judicial selection, judicial decision-making and court-Congress relations.

  • Photo of Monica Hubbard

    Monica Hubbard, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    Program Lead, MPA and Nonprofit Administration programs

    Research interests: Environmental, natural resources, energy, and emerging technological and environmental issues.

    Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    Program Lead, MPA and Nonprofit Administration programs

    Research interests: Environmental, natural resources, energy, and emerging technological and environmental issues.

  • Marianne Hudson

    Marianne Hudson, M.A.

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Teaching interests: Corrections, law, organized crime, juvenile justice

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Teaching interests: Corrections, law, organized crime, juvenile justice

  • Charles Hunt

    Charles Hunt, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Political Science

    Teaching and research interests: Congressional representation and elections, electoral competition, political methodology.

    Assistant Professor, Political Science

    Teaching and research interests: Congressional representation and elections, electoral competition, political methodology.

  • Cody Jorgensen

    Cody Jorgensen, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Drug policy, gun violence, developmental and biosocial criminology, policing and forensics, quantitative methods

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Drug policy, gun violence, developmental and biosocial criminology, policing and forensics, quantitative methods

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    Jaclyn J. Kettler, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Director, NEW Leadership Idaho

    Research interests: American politics with an emphasis on state politics, political parties & interest groups, campaign finance, and women in politics.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Director, NEW Leadership Idaho

    Research interests: American politics with an emphasis on state politics, political parties & interest groups, campaign finance, and women in politics.

  • Laura King

    Laura King, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Criminal Justice
    Program Lead, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Sexual violence, intimate partner violence, victim services, and gender and crime.

    Associate Professor, Criminal Justice
    Program Lead, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Sexual violence, intimate partner violence, victim services, and gender and crime.

  • William King, PhD

    Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: police organizational structure, the life course and disbanding of police agencies, crime lab performance, criminal investigations and forensics, ballistics imaging systems, police executives.

    Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: police organizational structure, the life course and disbanding of police agencies, crime lab performance, criminal investigations and forensics, ballistics imaging systems, police executives.

  • Jacqueline Lee, Criminal Justice, faculty/staff, studio portrait, photo by Priscilla Grover

    Jacqueline Lee, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Courts and sentencing, criminal justice policy, integration of social science research with legal research, inequalities in the justice system, and the female experience of violence, offending, and punishment.

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Courts and sentencing, criminal justice policy, integration of social science research with legal research, inequalities in the justice system, and the female experience of violence, offending, and punishment.

  • Stephanie Lenhart

    Stephanie Lenhart, Ph.D.

    Assistant Research Professor, Global Studies and Urban Studies & Community Development

    Senior Research Associate, Energy Policy InstituteResearch interests: Energy and public lands policy, political economy, interorganizational relations, organizational collaboration and adaptation.

    Assistant Research Professor, Global Studies and Urban Studies & Community Development

    Senior Research Associate, Energy Policy InstituteResearch interests: Energy and public lands policy, political economy, interorganizational relations, organizational collaboration and adaptation.

  • Eric Lindquist

    Eric Lindquist, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, School of Public Service

    Research interests: Public policy and decision processes, agenda setting, earth systems governance, and the impact of focusing events on public policy, as well as environmental policy and science and technology policy

    Associate Professor, School of Public Service

    Research interests: Public policy and decision processes, agenda setting, earth systems governance, and the impact of focusing events on public policy, as well as environmental policy and science and technology policy

  • Libby Lunstrum

    Libby Lunstrum, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor,  Environmental Studies and Global Studies

    Teaching and research interests: biodiversity conservation, wildlife crime/illegal wildlife trade (IWT), green militarization, environmental displacement, human dimensions of global environmental change, indigenous-led conservation, political ecology, and international borders.

    Associate Professor,  Environmental Studies and Global Studies

    Teaching and research interests: biodiversity conservation, wildlife crime/illegal wildlife trade (IWT), green militarization, environmental displacement, human dimensions of global environmental change, indigenous-led conservation, political ecology, and international borders.

  • Photo of Dr Jeffrey Lyons

    Jeffrey Lyons, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Program Lead, Political Science

    Research interests: American politics, specifically public opinion, political behavior, political psychology, and state politics.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Program Lead, Political Science

    Research interests: American politics, specifically public opinion, political behavior, political psychology, and state politics.

  • Lisa Meierotto

    Lisa Meierotto, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Global Studies
    Director, Marilyn Shuler Human Rights Initiative

    Research interests: Race and ethnicity, human rights, environmental justice, border studies, applied anthropology.

    Assistant Professor, Global Studies
    Director, Marilyn Shuler Human Rights Initiative

    Research interests: Race and ethnicity, human rights, environmental justice, border studies, applied anthropology.

  • Jillian Moroney

    Jillian Moroney, Ph.D.

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Urban Studies  

    Research Interests: Development at the rural-urban interface, bioregional planning, public land preservation, stakeholder engagement, and community protection and use of natural resources.

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Urban Studies  

    Research Interests: Development at the rural-urban interface, bioregional planning, public land preservation, stakeholder engagement, and community protection and use of natural resources.

  • Photo of Ashley Orme

    Ashley Orme, M.A.

    Program Lead, Conflict Management

    Research interests: Conflict Management, Collaboration, Team Dynamics, Process Improvement and Organizational Culture.

    Program Lead, Conflict Management

    Research interests: Conflict Management, Collaboration, Team Dynamics, Process Improvement and Organizational Culture.

  • Sanghee Park

    Sanghee Park, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Dynamics that determines different types of policy outcomes, changes, and performances, which is often at the intersection of public administration and political science.

    Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Dynamics that determines different types of policy outcomes, changes, and performances, which is often at the intersection of public administration and political science.

  • Krista Paulsen

    Krista Paulsen, PhD

    Associate Professor
    Program Lead, Urban Studies

    Teaching and research interests: urban and community sociology; housing, home, and neighborhood; environment; culture and consumption; qualitative methods.

    Associate Professor
    Program Lead, Urban Studies

    Teaching and research interests: urban and community sociology; housing, home, and neighborhood; environment; culture and consumption; qualitative methods.

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    Heidi Reeder, Ph.D.

    Professor, LEAD Certificates
    Program lead, LEAD Certificates

    Research and teaching interests: leadership communication, gender, commitment

    Professor, LEAD Certificates
    Program lead, LEAD Certificates

    Research and teaching interests: leadership communication, gender, commitment

  • Mari Rice

    Mari Rice, M.S.

    Lecturer, Environmental Studies
    Internship Coordinator, Environmental Studies

    Research interests: Experiential learning, water resources, sustainable agriculture, waste reduction, and campus sustainability.

    Lecturer, Environmental Studies
    Internship Coordinator, Environmental Studies

    Research interests: Experiential learning, water resources, sustainable agriculture, waste reduction, and campus sustainability.

  • Marc Ruffinengo

    Marc Ruffinengo, M.A.

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Police personnel issues and criminological theory.

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Police personnel issues and criminological theory.

  • Jen Schneider

    Jen Schneider, Ph.D.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    Interim Associate Dean of School of Public Service

    Research interests: Public communication of scientific and environmental controversies, with a particular focus on industry rhetoric and discourses of technical expertise.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    Interim Associate Dean of School of Public Service

    Research interests: Public communication of scientific and environmental controversies, with a particular focus on industry rhetoric and discourses of technical expertise.

  • Danielle swerin

    Danielle Swerin, M.A.

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Victimology and victim services.

    Lecturer, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Victimology and victim services.

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    Brian N. Thompson, M.S.

    Clinical Faculty, LEAD Certificates
    Assistant Lead, LEAD Certificates

    Teaching interests: Emotional Intelligence, Relational Leadership, Organizational Trust, and Leading Cross-Functional Teams.

    Clinical Faculty, LEAD Certificates
    Assistant Lead, LEAD Certificates

    Teaching interests: Emotional Intelligence, Relational Leadership, Organizational Trust, and Leading Cross-Functional Teams.

  • Chris Torres

    Christopher Torres, Ph.D.

    Lecturer, Environmental Studies

    Research Interests: Political philosophy, democracy and public administration, public sector ethics, public trust in democratic institutions and processes, public participation in government program design and decision-making.

    Lecturer, Environmental Studies

    Research Interests: Political philosophy, democracy and public administration, public sector ethics, public trust in democratic institutions and processes, public participation in government program design and decision-making.

  • Steve Utych

    Stephen Utych, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Program Director, Ph.D. 

    Research interests: Political psychology, political behavior, and political communication broadly, both within the context of American and comparative politics.

    Associate Professor, Political Science
    Program Director, Ph.D. 

    Research interests: Political psychology, political behavior, and political communication broadly, both within the context of American and comparative politics.

  • July Vandusky Allen

    Julie VanDusky-Allen, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Political Science 

    Research interests: How political parties adapt to institutional limits on their power; how US troop deployments influence foreign policy decision making in other countries.

    Assistant Professor, Political Science 

    Research interests: How political parties adapt to institutional limits on their power; how US troop deployments influence foreign policy decision making in other countries.

  • Emily Wakild

    Emily Wakild, Ph.D.

    Professor, Environmental Studies
    Program Lead, Environmental Studies

    Research interests: Nature Conservation, Resource Use, Science and Society, Latin American and Latina/o history.

    Environmental Studies

    Professor, Environmental Studies
    Program Lead, Environmental Studies

    Research interests: Nature Conservation, Resource Use, Science and Society, Latin American and Latina/o history.

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    Brian Wampler, Ph.D.

    Professor, Political Science
    Research Director, School of Public Service

    Research interests: New democratic institutions, civil society, diffusion of innovative democratic institutions, human development, participatory budgeting, subnational governance, global cities, Global South, Latin American, Africa.

    Professor, Political Science
    Research Director, School of Public Service

    Research interests: New democratic institutions, civil society, diffusion of innovative democratic institutions, human development, participatory budgeting, subnational governance, global cities, Global South, Latin American, Africa.

  • Photo of Jessica Wells

    Jessica Wells, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Biosocial underpinnings of antisocial behavior and associated psychological traits including self-control, aggression, and psychopathy; Stress and development; substance use and abuse; Spatial/environmental criminology; Crime Mapping.

    Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice

    Research interests: Biosocial underpinnings of antisocial behavior and associated psychological traits including self-control, aggression, and psychopathy; Stress and development; substance use and abuse; Spatial/environmental criminology; Crime Mapping.

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    Stephanie Witt, Ph.D.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    School of Public Service Director of Training

    Dr. Stephanie Witt is Director of Training for the School of Public Service. She is also a Professor in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Political Science programs. Her research interests include intergovernmental relations and human resource management. She is the former Editor of the Social Science Journal, and has served as Department Chair, Associate Dean, and the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs.

    Professor, Public Policy and Administration
    School of Public Service Director of Training

    Dr. Stephanie Witt is Director of Training for the School of Public Service. She is also a Professor in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Political Science programs. Her research interests include intergovernmental relations and human resource management. She is the former Editor of the Social Science Journal, and has served as Department Chair, Associate Dean, and the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs.

  • Scott Yenor, Political Science, studio portrait

    Scott Yenor, Ph.D.

    Professor, Political Science

    Research interests: Political philosophy

    Professor, Political Science

    Research interests: Political philosophy

Faculty Emeriti

  • Les Alm, Ph.D.

    University Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Environmental policy with attention to the science-policy linkage, the United States-Canada relationship, and borderlands issues.

    University Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, Public Policy and Administration

    Research interests: Environmental policy with attention to the science-policy linkage, the United States-Canada relationship, and borderlands issues.

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    Richard Kinney, Ph.D.

    Professor, Emeritus, Political Science

    Research interests: American government and politics.

    Professor, Emeritus, Political Science

    Research interests: American government and politics.

  • Susan Mason

    Susan Mason, Ph.D.

    Professor, Emerita, School of Public Service

    Research interests: Regional governance and economics, community development, and sustainability.

    Professor, Emerita, School of Public Service

    Research interests: Regional governance and economics, community development, and sustainability.

  • Gary Moncrief, Political Science, Studio Portrait

    Gary Moncrief, Ph.D.

    University Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, Political Science

    Dr. Gary Moncrief is a University Foundation Research Scholar and University Distinguished Professor of Political Science.

    University Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, Political Science

    Dr. Gary Moncrief is a University Foundation Research Scholar and University Distinguished Professor of Political Science.

  • Gregory Raymond

    Gregory Raymond, Ph.D.

     Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, Political Science

     Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, Political Science

  • Todd Shallat

    Todd Shallat, Ph.D.

    Professor, Emeritus, School of Public Service

    Research interests: Cities, Boise.

    Professor, Emeritus, School of Public Service

    Research interests: Cities, Boise.

  • Tony Walsh

    Anthony Walsh, Ph.D.

    Professor, Emeritus, Criminal Justice 

    Professor, Emeritus, Criminal Justice 

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