Summer Research Community

The 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 (REU) program in Mathematics, Material Science, and Raptor Research, NIH IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE), Student Research Initiative Program, Idaho NSF EPSCoR and NSF Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Chemistry Department, I Do Teach, Arts and Humanities Institute, and Space Broncos.

All research groups who would like to participate are welcome to contact stem@boisestate.edu.

Calendar of Events 2014

May 29 Education Bldg. #110 9-10:30am Lab Safety Training
June 9 Education Bldg. #520 1:30-3pm Lab Safety Training
June 12 Ann Morrison Part Old Timers Shelter   5-9pm Welcome Picnic
June 26 Location & info here 8pm As You Like It Idaho Shakespeare Festival
TBD Campus Rec Outdoors Rafting
July 10 Submit Here Abstract Submission Due
July 17 SUB Lookout Room   6:00pm Astronaut PT with Wendy Lawrence
July 30-31 Boise State Student Union 4th Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research
July 31 SUB Lookout Room     6:00pm Astronaut PT with Wendy Lawrence

Seminars

June 3 Skaggs Hall MBEB #1301     9-11am Welcome Seminar
June 12 Albertsons Library 9-11am Library Research Activity
June 19 Skaggs Hall MBEB #1301     9-11am Research Ethics with Dr. Henry Charlier
June 26  TBA Arts & Humanities
July 10 Skaggs Hall MBEB #1301     9-11am Presenting your Research with Woody Sobey, Part 1
July 17 Skaggs Hall MBEB #1301     9-11am Creating your Research Poster with Dr. Jennifer Forbey
July 24 Skaggs Hall MBEB #1301     9-11am Presenting your Research with Woody Sobey, Part 2


 

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Summer Partners

Summer Resources

How to Present Research to the Public Slides

View slides from Woody Sobey’s 2013 seminar.
Tips on How to Present

Responsible Conduct of Research Module is Now Available

For those students required to take the CITI Responsible Conduct of Research Module, the online course is now available. Check with your mentor or program director to see if you are required to complete this course. For more information on the course and a guide to setting up your CITI account click here.

2013 Summer Guide pdf file link
Shakespeare Festival

Staff and faculty may purchase tickets to the Shakespeare Festival’s production of As You Like It here.


2014 Summer Flyers

 2014 SRC Seminars Flyer