Nic Sick is a documentary featuring teens from across Idaho who talk with heartbreaking authenticity about their struggles to overcome vape addiction. Nic Sick is part of KNOW VAPE, a statewide awareness campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of youth vaping including free resources; shareable social media; curriculum for educators and an anti-vape video contest for teens.
Bioinformatics at LCSC – Promotional video
From College of Southern Idaho INBRE Fellow to Graduate School
Reagan Haney got her start in a research lab as a College of Southern Idaho INBRE Fellow at the University of Idaho Extension in Kimberly where she was introduced to insects. Reagan transferred to and graduated from U of I where she was a McNair Scholar and continued to participated in research. This fall, Reagan will begin graduate school at the University of Georgia. See her as the star at the lab bench in this video.
The video footage above was compiled during the annual EPSCoR IDeA Coalition/Foundation.
On February 24, 2020, members of the EPSCoR/IDeA community gathered in Washington, DC for the annual meeting of the EPSCoR/IDeA Coalition and the EPSCoR/IDeA Foundation. The EPSCoR/IDeA Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-lobbying organization, supports the goals of the Coalition, working with individual states and federal agencies that oversee EPSCoR/IDeA programs. The Foundation works to ensure accurate, coordinated communications efforts from the states about the effectiveness of the EPSCoR/IDeA programs. The EPSCoR/IDeA Coalition, created in 1988, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(4) organization that works to address the geographic imbalance of federal research awards and to increase congressional appropriations for the EPSCoR/IDeA programs. Over the past six years, the Coalition has secured an overall 37.6% increase for EPSCoR/IDeA programs. The annual meeting serves to launch Coalition and Foundation priorities and initiatives for the year.
2017 INBRE Summer Research Conference
Dr. Jakob Magolan
TedX UIdaho, May 6, 2017