In addition to NSF Partners, the STEM Station at Boise State University collaborates with many other campus STEM Partners in education research and initiatives related to STEM student and faculty development and success.
- Advising and Academic Enhancement is a vital resource for STEM students to propel their learning and understanding of class material. Advising and Academic Enhancement offers learning assistants and tutoring for students in foundational STEM classes.
- The Admissions Office assists STEM students in the beginning stages of their academic career, by offering STEM specific visitation opportunities. Allowing students of similar majors to develop relationships centered on academia.
- The Career Center helps STEM students keep their focus on the future by allowing students the opportunity to meet employers. The Career Center organizes events such as career fairs and “Meet the Employers” that bring people from all over the area to campus for a convenient career building opportunity.
- The Center for Teaching and Learning, an invaluable resource for STEM departments, was founded with the vision that it be the nucleus of a university culture that values teaching and learning. The Center promotes superior teaching and scholarship that mutually enhance one another for the benefit of students, faculty, and the community.
- Numerous resources in College of Arts and Sciences support STEM students and faculty, including the Advising Team, the Associate Dean of Mathematics and Sciences, and the Director of Student Support.
- The Advising & Outreach Office helps assist students with course planning, career guidance, and directing students to academic resources.
- Boise State University’s Concurrent Enrollment Program provides our region’s capable students the opportunity to take college-level courses while still in high school or before they complete a high school equivalent program.
- The IDoTeach program at Boise State University is a collaboration between the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering, and the College of Education to prepare secondary mathematics and science teachers. Students enrolling in IDoTeach will complete a degree in a STEM discipline – in math, science, and engineering – WITH – and emphasis in secondary math and science education.
- The INBRE program at Boise State University is organized to facilitate an interdisciplinary research network under the theme of Cell Signaling and enhance science education and training at undergraduate colleges. Research facilities and opportunities are available to students and faculty throughout Idaho.
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- The Boise State University Microgravity Research Team is a collection of students competing to experience “zero gravity” on NASA’s “Weightless Wonder.” The team also helps enhance the image of STEM education in the Boise community by visiting elementary schools and other local events.
- The Boise State McNair Scholars Program serves students from groups underrepresented in graduate education and first generation college students from low-income backgrounds, preparing them for graduate studies through scholarly enrichment, exposure to research, and other academic experiences and opportunities.
- The NSFP play a similar role as the Admission Office by assisting STEM students in the beginning stages of their academic career, by offering STEM specific visitation opportunities and help answer questions specific to STEM degrees for both students and families.
- The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) is part of the Division of Research and Economic Development. OSP oversees all aspects of sponsored project activities and assists researchers from proposal submission through award management and close-out ensuring compliance with federal, state, agency and University policies.
- Undergraduate Studies units promote programs and initiatives that encourage student learning, innovation, and achievement. These include International Learning Opportunities and Advising and Academic Enhancement, and more.
- STEM Student Organizations are available for student involvement. Gaining leadership, connections, and a wide range of real world applications to a number of STEM degrees; students can dramatically impact their college experience.