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Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research

Student presents about an analysis of feather-degrading Bacteria on Idaho Raptors

Student Presents on Analysis of Bacteria on Idaho Raptors

The Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research (ICUR), the first of its kind in the state of Idaho, is a celebration showcasing the leading edge of undergraduate research in all disciplines. The mission of ICUR is to promote mentored undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in Idaho in all disciplines. The goals of ICUR are to promote the engagement of undergraduate students from multiple disciplines in research, to build an extended scholarly community across institutional boundaries in Idaho and to ensure diversity in institutional representation, discipline and students’ background.

 

2017 Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research
July 26-27, Boise State University

All students from across the state of Idaho involved in research, scholarship or creative activity are invited to submit an abstract and those not yet involved in research are invited to come and discover that attending the conference is a great way to learn about the broad range of research opportunities available. The conference also provides a forum for students, faculty, staff and the community to discuss cutting edge research topics. The conference includes keynote speakers, poster presentations by students from all academic disciplines, research talks, sessions for undergraduates on how to apply for graduate school, national fellowships, and many networking events.

What to Expect from the Meeting

  • A comprehensive and rich scientific program geared towards students at all levels.
  • Research presentations by undergraduate students.
  • Keynote lectures.
  • Sessions for undergraduate students.
  • Various networking opportunities.

The 2017 Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research acknowledges the support from the Idaho State Board of Education/Higher Education Research Council, Idaho National Laboratory, NSF Idaho EPSCoR, National Science Foundation, and NIH Idaho INBRE.