Sophia is a sophomore at Boise State majoring in Pre-medical Psychology. She loves learning about mental health and spirituality. She hopes to attend medical school after graduating and aspires to become a psychiatrist.
Avree Klungland is a sophomore at BSU. She is exploring the Public Health major in hopes of making a positive impact on many lives and the environment. She is a Montana-native and an outdoors enthusiast. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, reading, and staying active.
Director of Campus Connections
Aaron has been in college for nearly ten years, and at Boise State since the Fall of 2014. He majors in Sociology, with a number of undeclared minors. He is a member of the Inter Mountain Social Research Laboratory cohort at BSU. He is also an officer in the Philosophy club, and a burgeoning postmodern skeptic philosopher. His interests include role playing, game studies, and writing prose & poetry.
Director of Workshop Development
Savannah Willits is a senior at Boise State majoring in Urban Studies and Community Development, and minoring in economics. Savannah plans to attend graduate school to study international urban planning. She is passionate about cultivating community and learning from others at the Ethos Project. Savannah other interests include volunteering at the Intensive English Program, concerts at the knitting factory, and brunch with friends.
Manager of Written Communications
Brynn is a sophomore at Boise State and plans to major in Computer Science with a minor in Cyber Security. She participates in Boise State Greek life, as one of the founding members of Zeta Tau Alpha's Lambda Omicron Chapter. Brynn hopes to work in the computer science industry for a while before opening her own dance and gymnastics studio. Outside of school, she fills her time with CrossFit, reading, yoga, cooking, and aerial arts.
Haydn Bryan is a junior studying economics, and is concurrently pursuing a Masters in Economics here at Boise State. He currently competes with Quiz Bowl, volunteers with Days for Girls, works as an event specialist with University Event Services, and combats violent misogyny with the ADL Innovate Against Hate program. After he obtains his masters, he wants to work in economic analysis and urban development to break cycles of poverty and promote economic mobility.
Dr. Kelly Myers
Ethos Project Faculty Mentor
Kelly Myers worked with two undergraduate students, Rae Felte and Andy Ridgeway, to create the Ethos Project in the spring of 2015.
She is the faculty mentor for the Ethos Project and an associate professor in the English department.