Annual Meeting 2018

2018 Idaho NSF EPSCoR Annual Meeting

Sun Valley, Idaho


December 6

8:30 Opening Remarks/Welcome (L. Noh, J. Nelson)
8:50 GEM3 Mission, Goals, and Framework (J. Forbey, R. Hardy)
9:10 Workforce Development/Diversity Vision (D. Llewellyn)
9:30 Break
10:00 Mapping, including Social Ecological Science (D. Delparte, M. Burnham)
10:30 Mechanisms – Sagebrush (K. Reinhardt)
10:50 Mechanisms – Trout (R. Hardy)
11:10 Modeling (B. Robison)
11:30 Introduction to Toolbox Dialogue Initiative (TDI) (S. Eigenbrode)
11:45 Lunch

Concurrent Sessions

2:15 Break
2:45 Report-out on Concurrent Session findings

Inclusive Mentoring Training for all (C. Bates, B. Wood-Roberts)

  • Concurrent time for Project Advisory Board (PAB)-only meeting 
5:00 Transition to dinner
5:15 Dinner
6:00 Jean'ne M. Shreeve NSF EPSCoR Research Excellence Award (L. Noh)
6:15 Adjourn regular meeting

Concurrent Sessions

  • Self-organized Collaboration meetings
  • PAB Meeting with GEM3 PIs
  • Idaho EPSCoR Committee Business Meeting
8:30 Adjourn all

December 7

8:30 Day-2 Welcome (J. Nelson)
8:40 Begin TDI Training Session (S. Eigenbrode)

Concurrent Sessions

  • TDI Training Small Groups
  • PAB Working Meeting as needed
10:40 Research and Education Poster Session
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Remarks from PAB (A. Waldron)
1:20 External Collaborations and Partnerships (J. Forbey)
1:40 GEM3 Data Management (C. Roever)

Working Groups explained and formed (H. Wichman)

  • Concurrent time for PAB working meeting as needed
3:00 Adjourn


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2018 Shreeve Award

Colden Baxter, Idaho State University biological sciences professor, is the recipient of the 2018 Jean'ne M. Shreeve NSF EPSCoR Research Excellence Award. The award was announced at the 2018 Idaho EPSCoR Annual Meeting in Sun Valley.

Baxter first participated in NSF EPSCoR in Idaho as a junior faculty member upon joining ISU in 2004. This prestigious award is for the research accomplishments resulting from his productive career, assisted by early involvement in NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement programs.

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