The Student Research Initiative (SRI) Fellowship program provided funded opportunities for Boise State University students to pursue independent academic and creative work and engage in research under the supervision of a faculty mentor.
Students in all academic disciplines are encouraged to apply!
- $1400 stupend
- Up to $500 to present your research results at a national conference
- Funding of up to $700 to cover your research expense
Why should you participate?
Participating in research as an undergraduate student provides excellent preparation for graduate study. Disseminating research work at a conference will further enhance your research experience and will serve as an important professional development opportunity towards your career. It is an opportunity for you to share your work, to see the work of others in your field and other areas of study, and to give and receive valuable feedback.
Abstract submission deadline is July 15, 2013
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Boise State University is pleased to announce a new Student Travel Grant Program. The Student Research Initiative (SRI) Conference Travel Grant provides Boise State students with the opportunity to apply for funding to assist in presenting research results or perform productions at national conferences or meetings. The program is open to both undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students in all academic disciplines.
The grant provides up to a maximum of $500 of support for conference travel. Applications will be accepted during the academic year (Fall through Spring semester).
To be eligible for an SRI Travel Grant students must be Boise State degree-seeking students. Students who have an SRI fellowship are not eligible for the travel grant program during their SRI fellowship.
Students interested in applying to our SRI Conference Travel Grant program can find information on the application procedure from the Student Research Initiative Conference Travel Grant website or by emailing email@example.com. All the applications will be reviewed by the program selection committee.
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Faculty, staff and student panelists are welcome. Pizza lunch is provided by Micron Foundation. For more information about WITC and volunteering, contact Pat Pyke in the STEM Station at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-426-1987.