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Spring 2021 Carpentries Works...

Spring 2021 Carpentries Workshops Announced

The Carpentries training program aims to improve data literacy and reproducible science. IMCI sponsors the University of Idaho as a member in the organization. Postdocs and graduate students will run 3 workshops this spring for upper-level undergraduate students, new graduate students and anyone else interested in good-practices in data management and analysis. STUDENTS can register […]

Register to Attend a Carpentr...

The topics of upcoming workshops are always up for discussion and depend on your input. If you have workshops suggestions or requests, please email JT Van Leuven. If you are a student wishing to take any of these courses for academic credit, please register via the U of I Course Schedule. SPRING 2021 WORKSHOPS Unix, […]

Idaho Represented at National...

Three graduate students and 1 postdoctoral fellow from the University of Idaho are attending the 2020 SACNAS virtual conference this week thanks to IMCI and the Lauren Ancel Meyers Scholarship fund. Dr. Meyers, a featured Seminar Speaker earlier this semester, is the Cooley Centennial Professor of Integrative Biology and Statistics & Data Sciences at the […]

Become a Carpentries Instruct...

IMCI is continuing its support of our Carpentries workshops so that another cohort of instructors can participate in pedagogy training and become Carpentries instructors. IMCI asks you to teach at least one workshop or co-teach two workshops at U of I after we sponsor your training. For BCB graduate students, helping with these workshops may […]

Summer Boot Camp Registration...

Summer Boot Camp Registration Open

University of Idaho students, staff and faculty are invited to participate in the Remote Summer Boot Camp – Computing, Data & Visualization June 8-12, 2020 hosted by the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) and Collaborative Computing Center (C3) in collaboration with the CAES universities: Boise State University, Idaho State University, University of Idaho, and […]

All-Hands Virtual Poster Sess...

IMCI is hosting a virtual poster session as part of the GenoPheno All-Hands meeting for the EPSCoR Track-2 project on May 28-29. You are invited to participate. We are asking each presenter to create a 1-minute YouTube video that briefly introduces your research. A link to these “elevator pitch” videos will be included with the […]

Academic Poster Templates Ava...

Academic Poster Templates Available

If you are preparing to present a poster representative of IMCI-related research, feel free to use one of the following templates. Each has been carefully designed using the university’s brand and IMCI logo and includes placeholders and text to help you create a simple and succinct presentation. Click on the image of your choice to […]

Growing Team Research

Nearly 60 scientists from across campus came together to brainstorm possible interdisciplinary research topics on January 30 and February 6. We were excited by the lively discussion and thrilled that 12 different small groups formed. If you are interested in joining any of the following research groups, email imci@uidaho.edu or contact the group lead. You […]

A Model for Success

A Model for Success

Thanks to Phil Bogdan, Marketing and Communications Manager for the Office of Research and Economic Development, for helping us tell our story. This article was published in the┬áDecember 2019 / January 2020 Scholars and Researchers newsletter. Michele is just ONE of the amazing people we have involved with our organization. Browse the website to learn […]