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NSF Awards to Advance Innovations in Engineering Education

Building support for innovations in teaching the next generation of engineers is the focus of two grants totaling nearly $300,000.

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Grants Awarded to Eight Undergrads to Examine Water, Climate Change Issues

Eight Boise State undergraduates will share $42,000 in research grants this spring and summer to study issues related to water and climate change alongside Boise State faculty.

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Math Professor Part of Team Awarded $1 Million Interdisciplinary Grant

Assistant professor of mathematics Grady Wright is part of an interdisciplinary research team awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) totaling $1 million over the next four years. Wright is a principal investigator on the project.

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Engineering Professor Receives $400,000 NSF Grant

It is the NSF’s most prestigious award for early career faculty, given annually to individuals who exemplify the role of teacher-scholar through the integration of outstanding research and education.

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Anthropology Professor Awarded $225,000 NSF Conference Grant

John Ziker, associate professor of anthropology, was recently awarded $225,355 to support an historic international conference of Arctic humanities and social science scholars

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