Undergraduate Students. Engage in our research labs or through the Office of Undergraduate Research to extend classroom learning and open advanced education and workforce paths. Many students also apply for the Undergraduate Research Scholar Designation.
Summer Research. The college regularly hosts students from across the country each summer through National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates program (NSF REU) sites. Our sites include: advanced manufacturing for a sustainable energy future, blockchain cybersecurity, data-driven cybersecurity, and materials for society.
Graduate Students. Engage through Ph.D., Master’s, and certificate programs at the highest-ranked graduate engineering program in Idaho. See our graduate student program overview and brochure to learn about our offerings, including numerous interdisciplinary research opportunities.
For example, Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. students study with engineers, biologists, and kinesiologists from three Boise State colleges.
Faculty Support. Research support is available to our faculty. If you engage in scholarship at the College of Engineering, our Office of Research Development & Support is here to help. Visit our Research Development & Support site exclusively for Boise State faculty to learn about our services, and gain from a host of resources.
The Office of Research Development & Support helps college faculty through development, discovering funding, connecting collaborators, writing and reviewing competitive proposals, and more.
We also coordinate with other college personnel to ensure you have needed research facilities, tools, and accounting support.