- Boise State is Growing
In less than a decade we’ve more than doubled our out-of-state student enrollment and boosted the number of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees awarded each year by 52 percent. We've also invested more than $200 million on academic, residential and other student-centered projects across campus.
- Boise State is Diverse
To inspire creativity, encourage personal growth and foster independent thinking, Boise State University welcomes and embraces a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff.
Boise State University is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, gender, disability or protected veteran status. EEO M/F/Disabled/Vet Institution, Veterans preference. For more information please go to https://hrs.boisestate.edu/resources/eeoaa/.
- Boise State is Proud
Our reputation as a respected research institution is growing. Across campus you'll find innovators at the top of their field: world-renowned artists; distinguished researchers and educators; pioneers in science and engineering; Pulitzer prize-winning lecturers and Nobel laureates; astronauts, CEO's, an Oscar-winning director, and more. We offer unique opportunities to work with, and learn from, an outstanding and diverse community of experts.
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- Betty Miller
Online Faculty/Technology Manager
RN-BS, AGNP and DNP Programs
School of Nursing
"My job in the School of Nursing as manager of online faculty and technology is the best job ever and I am proud that our RN-BS program is the largest online program at the university. Our team values high touch in a high tech environment for both online students and faculty. This approach fosters humanity in the relationships we build within our programs and across campus. ”Betty Miller
- Ernest M. Rivera, Jr.
Facilities Operations and Maintenance
"I welcome a challenge; and Boise State offers opportunities to continually contribute to its growth and standards of excellence. Working at Boise State, I am empowered to promote and lead change working with my colleagues, my staff, and with the students contributing to Boise State’s growth as a research university of distinction.”Ernest M. Rivera, Jr.
- Jeremiah Shinn
Associate Vice President of Student Affairs
"As a first-generation college student, higher education was both earth-shattering and transformative for me. As an educator, I am fully invested in fostering transformative experiences and environments that provide college students with the space to become the best possible version of themselves. At its core, Boise State is a place where we can challenge, push and think different, and our students are the beneficiaries. I love working with smart, talented and passionate students and I love serving them alongside smart, talented and passionate colleagues. This is why I love working at Boise State."Jeremiah Shinn
- Amy Vecchione
Head of Web and Emerging Technology Unit
“In my job, I get to work with a lot of units and departments across campus helping students and faculty solve problems. We create knowledge not just consume it; and in the process I love that I can foster student success and empowerment by creating a community of learning that directly impacts their success as a student and their success as they enter the workplace.Amy Vecchione
I feel like I am the luckiest person on the campus to do what I do, work where I work; fostering an interdisciplinary community at Boise State University.”
- Martha Plascencia
“Education is very important to me. Working for Boise State, I am able to further my educational goal to pursue my masters and I am able to do this due to the fee waiver benefit and the flexibility and support I receive from my leadership team. I value that flexibility to keep improving myself. Being a lifelong learner is a passion and it also helps me be able to relate to our students as I am experiencing what they are experiencing. My ultimate goal, to teach, of course!”Martha Plascencia