J. Reuben Appelman grew up in Southfield, Michigan, a blue collar town near Detroit. This was the 1970s, an era during which a series of unsolved child murders loomed large and ominous over local neighborhoods. Appelman’s research grew into his new memoir, “The Kill Jar: Obsession, Descent, and a Hunt for Detroit’s Most Notorious Serial Killer.”
Alyson Nelson has been teaching science to high school students for more than a decade and believes setting lofty expectations rather than underestimating them will help her students achieve even loftier goals.
Boise State Graduate Assistant, Caitlin Davis, takes us to the Owyhee Front, where she’s researching the effects of human recreation on the golden eagle population.
Kiyo Fujimoto’s ultimate career goal is to help create a greener world. Now that she is pursuing a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering and is a member of Dr. Dave Estrada’s Advanced Nanomaterials and Manufacturing Laboratory team, Kiyo’s goal is becoming reality.
A team of Boise State MBA students has been selected to represent Boise State University at the 2018 Hult Prize regional finals in Melbourne, Australia.
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- W.W. Norton Releases Debut Novel by Boise State MFA Graduate Meghan Kenny
- Boise State Musicians Win at Regional Competition
- Graduate and Undergraduate Students Influence Health Care Reform
- Boise State to Offer Nation’s First Online Master’s Program in Genetic Counseling
- Boise State MBA Students Take Their Peers’ Ideas to Market
- Graduate Researcher Recognized at National Tech Conference
- Geosciences Graduate Student Earns NASA Fellowship
- Computing Ph.D. Student Earns NASA Fellowship
- Biology Student Awarded Fulbright Fellowship
- Doctoral Student Wins Top National Honors
- MFA Graduate Publishes First Book
- Online MSW Program Ranked 18th in Country