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Interdisciplinary Summer Research Workshop for High School Teachers 0

Interdisciplinary Summer Research Workshop for High School Teachers

Wednesday and Thursday, July 30-31, 2014
7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Boise State University

This two-day workshop will cover a variety of interdisciplinary research topics that can be translated into a high school STEM curriculum.

The Interdisciplinary Workshop for High School Teachers is part of The Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research. (ICUR), the first of its kind in the state of Idaho, is a celebration showcasing the leading edge in all disciplines. A multifaceted, multicultural event every summer, the ICUR makes research accessible, interactive and fun! Undergraduate students of diverse backgrounds and disciplines gather to present the results of their original work in poster presentations to faculty, the public and their peers from across the country. This high intensity two-day event also focuses on integrating educators to promote student learning in Secondary Education across a variety of subject matters and STEM.

Registration Deadline: Mon., July 21, 2014
Enrollment limited to 40 high school instructors.
Registration Cost: $50; Professional Education credit cost will be covered by the Concurrent Enrollment Program for those who wish to get the one (1) credit this workshop provides. Parking will be provided.

To register contact Fabiola Juarez-Coca, Director, Concurrent Enrollment Program
(208) 426-2281 or Email: fjuarez@boisestate.edu

These are some of the featured sessions:
• Drug Discovery with a Focus on Antibiotic Drug Development
• Microbial Research Commons
• Science Meets Art
• Bridging the Divide Between Math and Biology
• Transformative Collaborations
• A+ Research: What? Why? How?
• There’s a Researcher in My Classroom

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