I welcome any opportunity to talk about the great things happening at Boise State. So when I got the call from the host of “Our Voice”— a show that hosts musicians, chefs, writers, scholars and people who are making a difference in the community — I accepted. The team at “Our Voice” had heard about Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Opportunities, the campaign for scholarships at Boise State, and wanted to know what it means for Boise State students and our community. The interview gave me the chance to talk about how Boise State is making a huge difference in educating our community and state.
As a supporter of Boise State, you are a part of the effort to advance the mission of this great university. This six-minute interview conveys how Boise State is on a path to enable students, provide the benefits of higher education to our citizens, and meet the needs of the community. I had a great time on the “Our Voice” set thanks to host Kim Peake, a Boise State alumna and parent, and appreciated the opportunity to promote Boise State University.
Laura C. Simic is vice president for advancement at Boise State University.