Heil is a Boise State alumnus who has worked at Micron Technology Inc. since 1992. He most recently served as vice president and corporate controller at Micron.
9-Feb-2017 1:05 PM EST Add to Favorites
As planning continues for humanity’s first visit to Mars, scientists still have much to learn about the planet’s physical makeup. By comparing current satellite images to similar shots of Earth, they are coming to understand how volcanic...
12-Jan-2017 2:05 PM EST Add to Favorites
Milder winters have led to earlier growing seasons and noticeable effects on the breeding habits of some predatory birds. This study looks at kestrels that nested in both non-irrigated shrub and grasslands and those that nested in irrigated crops...
22-Nov-2016 12:05 PM EST Add to Favorites
Boise State University recently received a $954,000 award from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to collect high-quality elevation (lidar) data to assess natural hazards across more than 2,500 square miles in Idaho.
18-Nov-2016 10:05 AM EST Add to Favorites
Boise State University researcher Paul Simmonds is developing a new family of self-assembled nanomaterials capable of storing large amounts of tensile strain, without damage to the crystalline structure. Now they are trying it with germanium.
24-Oct-2016 1:05 PM EDT Add to Favorites
The award, headed up by Boise State University electrical engineer Hani Mehrpouyan, aims to open up new swaths of underutilized wave bands for wireless communication.
12-Oct-2016 10:05 AM EDT Add to Favorites
Flexible thermoelectric devices are especially attractive for waste heat recovery along contoured surfaces and for energy harvesting applications to power sensors, biomedical devices and wearable electronics – an area experiencing exponential...
20-Sep-2016 1:05 PM EDT Add to Favorites
Research published in the journal Biological Conservation looks at how human perceptions of tigers affect how willing human communities are to coexist with these large predators, and particularly at how women’s attitudes toward tigers differ from...
7-Sep-2016 6:05 PM EDT Add to Favorites
U.S. states, as well as countries around the world, must grapple with a number of questions when looking at alternative power generation sources. Especially important are impacts on the economy and whether the domestic workforce, industry and...
15-Jan-2013 3:35 PM EST
Boise State University professor discusses international business, trade.
24-May-2012 6:00 PM EDT
Boise State University education professor Louis Nadelson discusses his model that defines STEM and looks at the various ways of teaching science, technology, engineering and math.
9-May-2012 9:15 AM EDT
How can organizations use creativity and innovation to boost performance? Boise State University creativity expert Dr. Nancy Napier has done extensive research into the topic.
9-Apr-2012 1:00 PM EDT
In the 18th and 19th centuries, something rather fascinating occurred. The part of the world we typically call “the West” suddenly showed tremendous growth in population, change in technology and production of wealth. Boise State University...
2-Apr-2012 3:40 PM EDT
People have been pursuing higher education and advanced degrees for centuries, but why and to what end? Boise State University professors Stephanie Cox and Jennifer Black have investigated the history of higher education, from Socrates to the...
26-Mar-2012 1:40 PM EDT
Two Experts Available to Speak About The Work-Life Equation for Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials
How do we balance our careers with other aspects of our lives? Is there an ideal balance, or is the equation mostly subjective? Boise State University Foundational Studies professors Vicki Stieha and Rebecca Robideaux can answer these questions and...
20-Mar-2012 1:30 PM EDT
An internationally recognized expert and consultant in DNA forensics, Dr. Greg Hampikian played a crucial, high-profile role in the exoneration last October of Amanda Knox. He is available to discuss the different types of DNA, how they are used in...
14-Mar-2012 3:50 PM EDT