Student Research Experiences
The Raptor Research Center at Boise State University hosts two unique student research programs: International Research Experiences for Students – Raptor Research (IRES-RR) and Research Experiences for Undergraduates – Raptor Research (REU-RR). Each offers paid, faculty-mentored research experiences for STEM students.
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International Research Experiences for Students - Raptor Research (IRES-RR)
Boise State University’s IRES-RR program, funded by the National Science Foundation, hosts five selected graduate or undergraduate students each year for a summer research experience in Spain focused on raptors and other large, soaring birds in relation to a changing climate.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates - Raptor Research (REU-RR)
The Boise State University REU-RR site, funded by the National Science Foundation and Boise State University, hosts up to ten undergraduates each year for summer research in Idaho focused on birds of prey.