The Center for Research and Creative Activity curates events and networking opportunities to support the campus research community.
Workshop Series: Creating Constructive Community Partnerships
This April we’re celebrating the Research and Creative Activity work being done at Boise State. One important theme centers on Boise State community partnerships that contribute to a thriving Idaho. Join the Center for Research and Creative Activity April 7 from 9a.m. to 1:30p.m. for the second in a series of workshops promoting transdisciplinary research and creative activity. This workshop will be held in-person only in the West Ballroom of the Alumni and Friends Center.
This past Fall, Brian Wampler led several Community Engagement Town Halls for the campus community. This new workshop will build off lessons learned from these listening sessions. Attendees will learn about concrete resources, hear insights from University and Community partners, and explore ways to get involved in partnerships moving forward.
To further explore this theme, the following Friday, April 14, 2023, the CRCA will host Lightning Talks centered on faculty work with service learning projects.
Space is limited. Register here or for more information, contact Kathryn Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty Research and Creative Activity Luminary Showcase and Mixer
Every April, Boise State University proudly celebrates the diverse and rich research and creative scholarship happening on campus as part of Research and Creative Activity Month. During this month, faculty and students have many opportunities to exhibit their research and celebrate the tremendous creativity and ingenuity of our community’s research and scholarly efforts.
Join your campus in celebrating Research and Creative Activity month by attending and contributing to the first annual Faculty Research and Creative Activity Luminary Showcase and Mixer at the Stein Luminary on April 7th from 4-6 pm.
This year’s showcase and mixer aspires to create an immersive experience for Boise State faculty to share their research with each other and the public. This event will utilize the Luminary’s 90 feet of touchscreens to present high-resolution images and allow participants to zoom in and interact with your research.
Attendance is limited. To register or for more information, contact Michelle Grek at email@example.com.
Digital Humanities Affinity Group, Ongoing. For more information, please contact Chad Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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