The STEM Summer Research Community is a partnership of a number of undergraduate research programs with the goal of fostering a greater undergraduate scholarship community in the Boise valley. All students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty, staff and partners involved in research during the summer are welcome to participate. Primary partners include the NSF funded Research Experience for Undergraduates program in Mathematics and Chemistry, NIH IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE), Idaho NSF EPSCoR and NSF Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation.
All research groups who would like to participate are welcome to contact email@example.com.
|June 12||–||Community Picnic|
|June 20||–||Bowling in the Sub|
|July 10||–||Rafting Trip|
|July 11||–||Astronaut Wendy Lawrence|
|July 17||–||Dinner with Science at the Discovery Center of Idaho|
|August 2||–||Summer Research Conference|
|June 13||–||Welcome Seminar|
|June 20||–||Ethics with Dr. Henry Charlier|
|June 27||–||Presenting Research to the Public with Woody Sobey, Part 1|
|July 11||–||Presenting Research to the Public with Woody Sobey, Part 2|
|July 18||–||What Makes a Good Poster with Dr. Jennifer Forbey|
|July 25||–||Applying to Graduate School|
STEM Summer Partners
Summer Faculty and Staff