The application for the 2019 Western INBRE Summer Fellows in Idaho is now OPEN.

New for this year – the Western INBRE Undergraduate Fellows application is ONLINE at
Western INBRE Summer Fellows application

Completed applications are due on January 31, 2019.

The Western IDeA Regional Network was formed to support regional collaborations focused on common scientific themes.  Opportunities exist for undergraduate students from the region to participate in transformative research experiences in the Western IDeA states. Individual INBRE Programs within the Western Region host expertise-specific student programs, such as lab fellowships, workshops, and summer camps.

1) Students from Western IDeA states (Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, and Wyoming) interested in visiting and working in Idaho may apply for a 2019 Summer Western INBRE Visiting Fellowship at the University of Idaho, Idaho State University, Boise State University, or the Idaho Veterans Research and Education Foundation at the Boise VA Medical Center.

The Idaho INBRE Program is offering a 10-week fellowship for students interested in biomedical research. In addition to doing guided research, students will attend training and seminar presentations and attend the Annual INBRE Research Conference to present their work in a professional setting.

Details of the program.

Dates: May 20, 2019 – July 31, 2019.
Pay: $15.00/hour ($6000 for the summer).

Important Links:
2019 University of Idaho Fellows Mentors, Idaho State University Fellows Mentors, Boise State University Fellows Mentors, IVREF Fellows Mentors

Submit your application at the bottom of this page.

How To Apply
1. Review the 2019 Faculty Mentor’s list (links above) and choose the mentors you would be interested in working with.
2. Obtain a copy of your most recent college transcripts – unofficial copies are acceptable. Be sure to save the transcripts in an easily accessible PDF format.
3. Identify 2 references and invite them to submit their references using the ‘Register References’ tab in the left-hand column of the online application form – references from science faculty/instructors are preferred. The register references tab is available as soon as you begin your application so invite your references early! References are due on January 31, 2019.
4. Complete and submit the application form by the due date of January 31, 2019. A copy of the application is available HERE for preview only. All applications must be submitted using the online portal.

For questions, contact the INBRE office at inbre@uidaho.edu or 208-885-5373

The Western INBRE Visiting Fellow Program is competitive. The number of applications we receive will exceed the available Fellowships.  To be considered for a Fellowship we must receive your completed application including transcripts and letters of reference by the due date of January 31, 2019.  We cannot consider incomplete packets.

Fellowship awards will be announced in March 2019.

How are students selected to be Western INBRE Visiting Fellows?
The INBRE Fellows are the best and brightest undergraduate students in the Western IDeA Region. The selection process is competitive and rigorous. Students submit an application form that includes a few short essays, their GPA, letters of recommendation and their college transcript(s).

Requirements for being a Fellow:  1)Students must currently be enrolled at an institution in a Western IDeA state (Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming). 2) Students must be graduating on or after December 2019. Students graduating in May or August 2019 will not be eligible for Fellowships in 2019.

Criteria for Fellows selection:

The following criteria are used by Idaho INBRE when choosing Western INBRE Visiting Fellows. These criteria are considered as a ‘whole’, and not necessarily in the order listed.

1. Interest in biomedical science and research
2. Academic record, including science classes taken and GPA
3. Reference letters
4. Date of expected graduation
5. Current institution – with consideration given for the research opportunities available to you at that institution
6. Family educational background
7. State in which you graduated high school (preference is given for those who graduated high school in the Western INBRE region)
8. Obstacles you have overcome to obtain your education

***Western INBRE Fellows are responsible for their housing and transportation costs for the 10-week fellowship period. Two exceptions – Depending on availability and interest, there MAY be the option to include housing at the University of Idaho and the IVREF.

2) Idaho students looking for opportunities throughout the Western IDeA Region may visit the individual INBRE programs at the links below:

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