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Funds Support STEM Teaching and Learning Summer Institutes

Boise State University and multiple school district partners across Idaho have received more than $630,000 to continue increasing the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teaching capacity of educators in Idaho. The U.S. Department of Education’s Mathematics and Science Partnerships … (Read More)

Institute of Translational Health Sciences – What Really Happens at a NIH Study Review?

Learn about NIH Study Review on June 12, 2014 on location in Seattle, WA, live via webcast, or through ithsTV archives after the event. The Institute of Translational Health Science’s next Career Development Series seminar is on Thursday, June 12, … (Read More)

Summer Camp Educator

The Discovery Center of Idaho is now accepting applications for the Summer Camp Educator job position. This is a full time, seasonal position. For a  job description click here. Application deadline is May 13th!   Job Details: Salary: $10-12/hour Duration: 10 weeks Send resume … (Read More)

2014 Graduate Student Research Symposium

When: Friday May 16th, 2014 Where: Jordan Ballroom & Lookout Room in the Student Union Building What: The mission of the Graduate Student Research Symposium is to showcase graduate students and their accomplishments at Boise State. The symposium is an opportunity … (Read More)

Webinar: Demystifying the NIH Peer Review Process May 14, 2014 at the Yanke Family Research Park

Webinar 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. Meet the experts in NIH Peer Review: Dr. Richard Nakamura, Director – NIH Center for Scientific Review Dr. Cathie Cooper, Director – CSR Division of Receipt and Referral Dr. Lisa Steele, CSR  Scientific Review Officer … (Read More)

2015 NASA Scholars Applications due May 16th

The NASA Office of Education is accepting applications for NASA Scholars. The NASA Scholarship is a competitive opportunity that focuses on students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, disciplines, to address the critical shortage of qualified STEM professionals … (Read More)

2015 NASA MUREP Scholarship

NASA’s Office of Education is accepting applications for Minority University Research and Education Program Scholars. The MUREP Scholarship is a competitive opportunity that focuses on underserved and underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, disciplines, to address … (Read More)

SpudRoc Rocket Launch

All students are invited to the SpudRoc rocket launch event this Saturday, May 3rd at the Tripoli Idaho Rocketry. More than 30-40 high power rockets will be launched throughout the day including the BSU οχιά rocket built by a senior design group. This is … (Read More)

Engineering & Computer Science Scholarship due May 15th

Multiple new scholarships are available for Boise State Engineering & Computer Science students through a National Foundation grant. Eligible students must meet the following requirements:  US Citizen or permanent resident Boise State GPA 3.0 or higher 2014-2015 FAFSA on file … (Read More)

Amanda Ripley, Author of The Smartest Kids in the World – and How They Got That Way. On Campus April 30, 2014.

Interest in hearing investigative journalist Amanda Ripley speak at Boise State University has been so great that the event has been moved to Taco Bell Arena. Parking is available in the stadium lot. Ripley will deliver a free lecture titled … (Read More)