The Center for Research and Creative Activity housed within the Division of Research and Economic Development is pleased to unveil a series of workshops, programs and training designed to support students and faculty in their research and creative endeavors.
A few upcoming opportunities include:
- Sept. 15: A workshop series for graduate students interested in applying for prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships
- Sept. 22: A new Faculty Research and Creative Activity Orientation will introduce new faculty to the Division of Research and Economic Development and the support available to all faculty as they navigate their research and creative activity journey at Boise State
- Sept. 22: The new Fall Research and Creative Activity Mixer co-hosted by the Center and the School of the Arts at Pioneer Hall offers an entertaining networking opportunity for all faculty.
- Oct. 7: The SciENcv Workshop online session will support researchers in creating and populating their online account in the SciENcv electronic system. Researchers will be required to use the SciENcv tool to create their biosketch when submitting to the National Science Foundation (NSF) beginning Oct. 23, 2023.
“Though the center just celebrated its first anniversary, our team has been eagerly serving the Boise State community and advancing research and creative activity in its many forms. We are excited to continue creating and sharing the tools and resources that help Broncos succeed at every level,” said Jana LaRosa, the Assistant Vice President for Research Advancement and Strategy.
For a full list of the center’s Fall 2023 Programming, or to learn about other offerings (such as project management assistance, research development and more), please visit: boisestate.edu/crca/events/