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Postings by U of I Faculty

Each semester, the University of Idaho has many faculty who are actively seeking new undergraduates to join their research, scholarly or creative pursuits. Below is a list of some who are currently recruiting new students:

Fitzsimons Lab: Animal, Veterinary & Food Sciences

The Fitzsimons lab studies the molecular mechanisms underlying cardiac muscle function in normal and diseased states.

Luckart Lab: Research on Malaria

The Luckart lab works on mosquito physiology, malaria transmission and disease biology using both animal and human malaria parasites.

Polymorphic Games Group

Polymorphic Games uses the principles of biological evolution to develop superior video games. The studio is based on the University of Idaho campus and populated by teams of undergraduate students, including programmers, artists, writers, musicians, marketers and biologists.

Marx Lab: Biological Sciences

The Marx lab works on questions at the intersection of physiology and evolutionary biology, integrating systems-level, mathematical models to generate quantitative predictions that link genotype to phenotype. Nearly all work currently taking place in the Marx lab is focused upon using Methylobacterium extorquens as a model system.

The McClure Center and Department of Political Science & Philosophy

Two McClure Legislative Research (MLR) Internships are available during the Idaho legislative session.

Water Policy Internship

The Idaho Water Resources Research Institute (IWRRI) and the James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research provide the opportunity for an undergraduate student from the U of I to explore scientific and public policy research related to water resources management. The application deadline is Friday, March 19, 2021. Application materials should be sent to

Rowley Lab: Biological Sciences

The Rowley lab works on the discovery of new antibiotics produced by yeasts.


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