Media and Outreach

Radio Appearances

Boise State Public Radio, April 2014: Dr. Jennifer Stevens was interviewed by Boise State Public Radio about the devastating 1959 mudslide in the Boise Foothills, and you can hear that story here.

Radio Boise, February 2012:Listen to Dr. Stevens discuss the history of land use and preservation in the Boise foothills with City Councilwoman Elaine Clegg and activists Anne Hausrath and Judy Ouderkirk here.

Television and Other Appearances

City of Boise, Sesqui-Speaks, 2013:  SHRA staffers also delivered public lectures on the following topics as part of the City of Boise’s speakers series that celebrated Boise’s Sesquicentennial in 2013:

History of Boise’s Recreational Places: Boise’s Parks, Greenbelt, Foothills, & Trails

Education & Care:  A History of the Nursing Program in Boise

Idaho Public Television, March 2012:Watch Dr. Jennifer Stevens’ appearance on Idaho Public Television’s Outdoor Idaho – the Boise Foothills

Services to the Profession and Community

 Dr. Jennifer Stevens teaches classes at Boise State University, and currently serves on the Idaho State Historical Records Advisory Board, the Consulting Committee of the National Council on Public History, and the Founders Board of the Center for Idaho Politics and History. Dr. Stevens is also serving her fourth term on the mayor-appointed Boise Planning & Zoning Commission.

Hannalore Hein served on the Board of Directors for the Center of the American West from 2012-2015, before transitioning to an emeritus position, which she currently holds. In May 2016, the Boise State Alumni Association elected HannaLore to sit on its Board of Directors. That same month she also became an active member of the Boise Junior League, which advocates for the development of women’s potential. Lastly, HannaLore has developed a love of Argentine Tango and is quite involved with Boise Tango and serves on that organization’s Board of Directors as well.