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12th Northwest Climate Conference (NWCC)


On October 2-4, 2023, Boise State University will host the 12th Northwest Climate Conference (NWCC) as a fully virtual conference. This conference has provided a networking and learning community for practitioners, scientists, tribal members, and community organizers interested in climate change impacts and adaptation in the Northwest for over a decade. The NWCC is committed […]

Navigating Academic Waters Series

The What, Why, and How of Building Your Personal Research Brand – Part I: Panel Webinar October 12, 2023 / 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST   All early career hydrologists (ECR) have a personal brand. The question is, how well developed it is, and does it align with their personal and professional goals? Through […]

Community Engaged Research Opportunities

Sponsored by the Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships A thriving research ecosystem that includes a commitment to, and support for, robust community-engaged research is central to WSU’s land grant mission. Community-engaged research values multiple, diverse, sets of knowledge and holds as its basic tenant that community needs, values, and objectives drive every part of […]

New Faculty Seed Grant Info Session

The Office of Research and Office of the Provost support the annual New Faculty Seed Grants to help junior faculty develop research, scholarly, or creative programsthat lead to sustained professional development and extramural funding. This program supports projects that will significantly contribute to the PI’s long range goals by kick-starting a more complex project or […]

Research, Commercialization, and You: a National Academy of Inventors Perspective

Sponsored by the Office of Commercialization This roundtable discussion of peers is guaranteed to offer invaluable career and professional development insights for WSU researchers.  Find out how the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) and its mission is being successfully integrated within the WSU research eco-system through research inventions and their commercialization. Take advantage of this […]

Beavers: The Original Log Transformation 

Emily Fairfax, California State University, Channel Islands (U.S.) Cherie Westbrook, University of Saskatchewan (Canada) Register here:

Engaging in Interdisciplinary Climate and Environmental Research

Sponsored by the Center for Environmental Research, Education, and Outreach Researchers are invited to this event to learn more about how to apply for and manage large, interdisciplinary research grants.  This hour includes an overview of CEREO, a panel discussion with PIs who have had grant success working on large awards, and a Q&A period. […]

Navigating Academic Waters Series

The What, Why, and How of Building Your Personal Research Brand – Part II: Co-Working Meeting OCT 19, 2023 / 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST   This co-working meeting is the follow-up to the, What, Why, and How of Building Your Personal Research Brand - Part I, panel discussion webinar that took place on […]

Tribal Sovereignty in Research and Community Engaged Initiatives

Sponsored by the Office of Tribal Relations Please join Dr. Zoe Higheagle Strong (Nimiipuu/Nez Perce), Vice Provost for Native American Relations and Tribal Liaison to the President as she dives deeper into WSU’s Executive Policy 41 on Tribal Engagement, Consultation, and Consent by interviewing an honored leader and activist in Tribal Sovereignty Brian Cladoosby (Swinomish). […]

Fulbright Visiting Scholars Experience

Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program, the Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence, and the Fulbright Foreign Student Program are all designed to bring accomplished faculty and students to WSU for collaboration, project development, education, and research. Learn about what it takes to host an incoming Fulbrighter and hear from the scholars […]