Interested in Environmental and Urban Studies? Explore Boise State Transfer Opportunities at Panel Event

Published: March 13, 2024

Are you a graduating student with an interest in environmental and urban studies? Are you looking for opportunities to expand your knowledge as you get ready to transfer to a four-year university?

Four professors from Boise State University's Environmental and Urban Studies Program are coming together to host an event about the program, transfer opportunities between the College of Western Idaho (CWI) and Boise State, and their latest research. The Transfer Opportunities event is specifically tailored for CWI students who are interested in environmental and urban studies or are still undecided about their majors.

Panel Presentation from the School of Public Service

  • Dr. Krista Paulsen – Program Lead, Urban Studies & Community Development; Co-program Lead, Environmental Studies
  • Dr. Christopher Courtheyn – Associate Professor, Public Service
  • Dr. Jared Talley – Clinical Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies
  • Dr. Jillian Moroney – Clinical Associate Professor, Urban Studies

Attendees will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the Environmental and Urban Studies Program, explore potential career paths, ask questions, and establish connections with Boise State faculty members.

Transfer Opportunities

Thursday, April 4
3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Nampa Campus Academic Building (NCAB), room 106

For those with questions or in need of more information, please contact Bryan Krouse at

Sponsored by the Geography and Geographic Information Systems programs.

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