GEM3 Lab Module Design Workshop

Post date: Jul 01, 2019

July 29th, 2019
2:00-5:00 PM (MST)
BSU Student Union, Lookout Conference Room

The objective of this workshop is to facilitate collaboration among Idaho University RII lab module developers and two and four year institution (Primarily Undergraduate Institutions; PUIs) faculty to ensure integration and transferability of GEM3 lab modules, including the integration of modules with VIP courses and future plans. The workshop will provide an overview of planned and established lab modules and will use a "hands-on" approach to facilitate cross site collaboration to articulate, adapt, and deliver lab modules at Idaho PUIs.

Contact Denise Pfeifer if you are interested in attending.

Idaho NSF EPSCoR Seed Funding

Post date: Apr 09, 2019


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GEM3 Seed Funding allows project leadership and the Idaho research community to respond quickly and effectively to new opportunities as well as pursue high impact, potentially transformative research. Its principal objective is to catalyze new research on focal species, species interactions, ecosystems, genomics/phenomics, and other emerging areas related to the scope of the GEM3 award. It is aimed at groups or individuals that emphasize the collaborative development and testing of important ideas and theories, cutting-edge analysis of recent or existing data and information, and/or investigation of social ecological systems issues.

Seed Funding is not intended to support or supplement ongoing activities of the GEM3 award, nor is it intended to substitute for NSF individual investigator funding.

Results of Seed Funding should enable the submission of proposals to NSF and other funding agencies, and/or result in conference presentations and publication of papers in peer reviewed journals, and/or other data products or innovations. It is also an important mechanism to broaden participation of institutions, faculty, and students from underrepresented groups.

Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research (ICUR)

Post date: Feb 19, 2019

Conference dates July 30th - 31st

ICUR at Boise State University showcases the leading edge of undergraduate research in all disciplines. This year's even will be held BSU's Student Union Building.

June 26th – Deadline for Title, Funding Source, and Author Information for all posters
July 15th – Registration Deadline and Abstract Submission Deadline