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SPRING 2014 - ISU Student Seed Grant Competition with the MRCF (Molecular & Bioinformatics, Advanced Imaging, and Flow Cytometry) DEADLINE APRIL 7, 2014

For more information contact: Erin O'Leary-Jepsen, Molecular Research Core Facility, 282-4890/282-4148, or visit the website at:
This program offers seed grants of $500 to $1000 for research. The competition has been expanded to include undergraduate research, with particular interest in funding summer work by undergraduates. Awards are designed to offset costs for MRCF services including sequencing and fragment analysis, biological imaging, and flow cytometry. The review committee will consider applications from undergraduate and graduate students at any stage of research. Click here to download the RFP. The application deadline for the Spring competition is 12 Noon, April 7, 2014.

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i-SEED Program - Now Statewide - RFP DEADLINE April 17, 2014
Managing Idahos Landscapes for Ecosystem Services (MILES) through the Idaho Social-Ecological Exploratory Dynamics Awards (iSEED) Awards (Idaho EPSCoR). MILES This program offers single investigator grants of >$5,000, with institutional proposals encouraged integrating with other EPSCoR projects. Proposed research to advance research projects on landscape change and ecosystem services in the greater Pocatello region and other MILES elements. Click here to download the RFP. April 17, 2014. Contact Dr. Dave Rodgers, ISU's MILES site leader as soon as possible with questions at or 282-3460.

MURI Program - CONTINUING SUMMER 2014 - DEADLINE March 30, 2014
This paid internship program provides undergraduate students the opportunity to work with faculty or stakeholders conducting MILES-related research. Each university (ISU, BSU, UI) expects to host 20 student interns this year, with ~10 working during the Spring 2014 semester and ~10 during Summer 2014.

Faculty or stakeholders who want to host an intern should complete an online application that describes the internship they would provide to the student. There is no cost to faculty, while stakeholders will provide 50% of the student support.

Students who want to be an intern should apply online, indicating their preference (if any) for a project.

All applications can be found at

Contact the ISU MURI Study Area Site Lead: Dr. Rosemary Smith, College of Science and Engineering, 282-4918/282-3481,


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