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Summer Research Community

The Summer Research Community is a partnership of a number of  research programs with the goal of fostering a greater 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.

All research groups who would like to participate are welcome to contact

Summer Partners 2014

STEM Seminar Series Calendar of Events 2014

Early SeptemberTBDEngineering Advising Success Event
September 16SUB Atrium 10-2Study Abroad Fair
September 25SUB Jordan Ballroom 8:30-2Construction Management Career Fair
OctoberTBDOpportunities at National Labs
October 8SUB Jordan Ballroom 9-2College of Engineering Career Fair
October 9SUB Lookout Room 5:30-8Make College Count
November 5TBDThe Early Bird Gets the Research Experience
November 19TBD 5:30-8Meet the Employers
TBDTBDAdvising Hangout
TBDTBDHow to Talk to Your Professor
TBDTBDYour Friend the Calculator
TBDTBDStudy Away Opportunities for STEM Students
TBDTBDNASA Opportunities
TBDTBDFinals Relief for STEM Students
TBDTBDMinimizing Time to Degree (and Debt)
TBDTBDFinals Relief for Engineering Students
February 25SUBCareer Fair
April 15SUB Lookout Room Meet the Employers

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.

Creating a Research Poster with Dr. Jennifer Forbey

Click here to view the slides. For a copy of the poster template (in PowerPoint), please email

2014 Summer Flyers

 2014 SRC Seminars Flyer
Poster ICUR 2014
2014 Summer Guide
Shakespeare Event
Welcome Picnic