The Boise State Ethos Project symposium provides a platform where undergraduate students can stand up and share projects and ideas. The symposium is a way to empower students to see the importance of their voices shaping the direction of their university and community.
It is our mission to provide students not only with the opportunity, but also the ability to speak confidently and effectively in front of large and diverse audiences. We don’t stop at raising awareness; instead The Ethos Project symposium stands as a stage for solution-based projects that address a need for attention, enhancement, or reform on campus and in the local community.
Our Third Annual Symposium took place on April 11th and was another phenomenal success! If you want to watch the presentations again, or want to watch them for the first time, check out the 2018 Symposium speaker page on our website. You can find that page by clicking below!