MOSS can integrate research and scholarship occurring across Idaho with programs at the remote McCall Field Campus on Payette Lake, ID. Visiting faculty/researchers from the University of Idaho (UI), other universities and agencies can spend 2-3 days interacting with and presenting their research to McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS) faculty and staff, K12 students and teachers, graduate students, and the local community. MOSS staff will provide logistical and coaching support to the visiting researchers to ensure a successful experience for everyone involved.
Suggested Program Outline
We suggest that you include in your grant budget all travel costs associated with a trip to MOSS. We can arrange for you to stay on our campus at a cost of approximately $110 per day for food and lodging. You may also choose to stay off campus, in which case costs would be dependent on your hotel choice. Per diem and mileage typically follow the UI suggested rates.
Expectations for the Visiting Scientist
MOSS faculty and staff will work with you to plan all aspects of your visit including scheduling your time, arranging accommodations on our campus, and working with you to develop your educational activities if you choose.