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3 Learning and Learning Environments Broadening Par2cipa2on in STEM STEM Professional Workforce

4 Learning and Learning Environments Develop understanding of the founda3ons of STEM learning; emerging contexts and tools; building knowledge on learning in new environments (formal and informal; virtual and classroom) for learning in a technological society Broadening Par2cipa2on in STEM Knowledge building and evidence gathering on prac3ces or approaches that enhance par3cipa3on and reten3on of underrepresented groups, collec3ng/analyzing data and use metrics to assess outcomes of BP. STEM Professional Workforce Development Understanding factors that affect the educa3on and prepara3on of a STEM professional workforce; knowledge building on innova3ve approaches that results in well- prepared and globally compe33ve workforce. All ECR projects must be: Theory driven, theory genera3ng, theory tes3ng and predic3ve.

5 EHR Core Research (ECR) ECR Program Page Website: hrp:// pims_id=504924&org=ehr&from=home Full Proposal Deadline Dates: February 3, 2015 September 10, 2015 Second Thursday in September, Annually Therea`er NSF Grant Proposal Guide (NSF 15-1)

6 Selected HRD Programs AGEP: To support the development, implementa3on, study, and dissemina3on of innova3ve models and standards of graduate educa3on and postdoctoral training that are designed to improve underrepresented students par3cipa3on, prepara3on, and success ADVANCE: To develop systemic approaches to increase the representa3on and advancement of women in Academic STEM Careers CREST: To strengthen the na3onal research compe33veness of Minority- serving ins3tu3ons LSAMP: To significantly increase the numbers of students (historically under- represented in STEM) who successfully complete high quality degree programs in STEM disciplines 6

7 Alliances for Graduate Educa2on and the Professoriate (AGEP) AGEP-Transformation - Strategic alliances of institutions and organizations to develop, implement, and study innovative evidence-based models and standards for STEM graduate education, postdoctoral training, and academic STEM career preparation that eliminate or mitigate negative factors and promote positive practices for URMs. AGEP-Knowledge Adoption and Translation (AGEP-KAT) - Projects to expand the adoption (or adaptation) of research findings and evidence-based strategies and practices related to the participation and success of URMs in STEM graduate education, postdoctoral training, and academic STEM careers at all types of institutions of higher education. AGEP-Broadening Participation Research in STEM Education (AGEP-BPR) - Investigator initiated empirical research projects that seek to create and study new theorydriven models and innovations related to the participation and success of URMs in STEM graduate education, postdoctoral training, and academic STEM careers.

8 ADVANCE (Increasing the Par2cipa2on and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers) hrp:// Ins$tu$onal Transforma$on (IT): innova3ve and systemic organiza3onal approaches to transform ins3tu3ons of higher educa3on to increase the par3cipa3on and advancement of women in STEM academic careers. IT- Catalyst: ins3tu3onal self- assessment ac3vi3es, such as basic data collec3on and analysis and policy review, in order to iden3fy specific issues in the recruitment, reten3on and promo3on of women faculty in STEM academics within an ins3tu3on of higher educa3on. PLAN- Partnerships for Learning and Adapta3on Networks (focus on either IHEs or discipline areas) intended to promote knowledge- building about ADVANCE ac3vi3es and thus include a detailed knowledge building protocol to iden3fy and document the effec3veness of the ac3vity for achieving desired outcomes in par3cular ins3tu3onal and disciplinary contexts.

9 Centers of Research Excellence in Science and Technology (CREST) hmp:// CREST facilitates research projects in STEM disciplines with mul3- year, mul3- million dollar research centers at Minority Serving Ins3tu3ons. HBCU- RISE supports the development of research capability at HBCUs that offer doctoral degrees in science and engineering disciplines. CREST and RISE strive to strengthen the na3onal research compe33veness of minority- serving ins3tu3ons while increasing the recruitment, reten3on, and gradua3on rates of individuals from diverse backgrounds in STEM fields.

10 Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Par2cipa2on (LSAMP) hmp:// LSAMP assists universi3es and colleges in diversifying the STEM workforce through their efforts at significantly increasing the numbers of students successfully comple3ng high quality degree programs in STEM disciplines. Par3cular emphasis is placed on transforming STEM educa3on through innova3ve recruitment and reten3on strategies and experiences in support of groups historically under- represented in STEM. LSAMP provides funding for: Alliances (New, Mid- Level, Senior- Level, B2B) Bridge to the Doctorate (BD) Ac3vity Bridge to Baccalaureate (B2B) Alliances Broadening Par3cipa3on Research (BPR) in STEM Educa3on

11 Dear Colleague LeMers for HSIs (FY 14) NSF- wide Dear Colleague Le9er - S$mula$ng Research on Effec$ve Strategies in Undergraduate STEM Educa$on at Two- Year Hispanic Serving Ins$tu$ons <image013.png>(nsf ): h$p:// WT.mc_id=USNSF_29&WT.mc_ev=click EHR- Wide Dear Colleague Le9er - Announcement of Effort to Broaden the Par$cipa$on of Students in Two- Year Hispanic Serving Ins$tu$ons in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathema$cs (STEM) (NSF ): hrp:// WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click

12 Selected DUE Programs ATE: Promotes improvement in the educa3on of science and engineering technicians at the undergraduate and secondary school level and the educators who prepare them, focusing on high- technology fields that drive the na3on s economy. S- STEM: Provide scholarships to academically talented, and financially needy, students pursuing associate, baccalaureate, or graduate degrees in a STEM field. IUSE: Projects that build on fundamental research in undergraduate STEM educa3on; research on design, development, and wide- spread implementa3on of effec3ve STEM learning/teaching knowledge and prac3ce; and founda3onal research on student learning Noyce: seeks to encourage talented science, technology, engineering, and mathema3cs majors and professionals to become K- 12 STEM teachers.

13 Advanced Technological Education Projects focus on: Program Improvement; Professional Development for Educators; Curriculum and Educational Materials Development; Teacher Preparation; or Small Grants for Institutions New to the ATE Program. Centers of Excellence National, Regional, Resource Targeted Research on Technician Education The next proposal deadline is October 8,

14 NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathema2cs (S- STEM) hmp:// MAJOR FEATURES Eligible disciplines include almost all NSF supported areas (see solicita3on for guidance) Maximum scholarship amount is $10,000 (but s3ll based on financial need) Total award increased to $600,000: Based on the scholarship funds subtotal, 5% allowed for administra3on and 10% for student support Maximum of $225,000 in any one year, but can ramp up One proposal per cons3tuent school or college that awards degrees (also schools within ins3tu3ons) About $50 million was available in FY 2013, similar for FY 2014 (source of funds is fees paid by H- 1(B) visa applicants)

15 Improving Undergraduate Educa2on in STEM hmp:// Projects that build on fundamental research in undergraduate STEM educa3on and prior R&D Research on design, development, and widespread implementa3on of effec3ve learning/ teaching knowledge and prac3ce Founda3onal research on student learning Webinar Slides hmp://ehrweb01.aaas.org/stem- iwbw/iuse- webinars/ (find links to recent slides and audio recordings at the bomom of the page)

16 hrp:// Track 1 (S&S) Scholarships & Stipends undergraduate STEM majors and/or STEM career changers Track 2 (TF) NSF Teaching Fellowships STEM career changers Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Track 3 (MTF) NSF Master Teaching Fellowships exemplary, experienced STEM teachers Track 4 (Noyce research) Research on the Preparation, Recruitment, and Retention of K-12 STEM Teachers

17 Dear Colleague LeMer: Increasing College Opportunity Through Improved Mathema2cs Success in the First Two Years of College Proposals are invited for supplemental funding to exis3ng awards, EArly- concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER), or conference support, for: design and development work to pilot innova3ons with high impact poten3al for helping students learn the mathema3cs generally taught in the first two years of both 2- year and 4- year postsecondary ins3tu3ons; or conferences in 2015 on using research to improve student success in the mathema3cs generally taught in the first two years in the first two years of college. hmp://

18 Selected DGE Programs SFS- program provides educa3onal opportuni3es for Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students. This program provides indirect funding for students at this level or focuses on educa3onal developments for this group such as curricula development, training or reten3on. GRF- supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research- based master's and doctoral degrees in science and engineering. The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate educa3on of individuals who have demonstrated their poten3al for significant achievements in science and engineering. NRT- encourage the development of bold, new, poten3ally transforma3ve, and scalable models for STEM graduate training that ensure that graduate students develop the skills, knowledge, and competencies needed to pursue a range of STEM careers.

19 CyberCorps(R): Scholarship for Service (SFS) Scholarship Track: provides funding to award scholarships to students in cybersecurity. In return for their scholarships, recipients will work a`er gradua3on for a Federal, State, Local, or Tribal Government organiza3on in a posi3on related to cybersecurity for a period equal to the length of the scholarship. Submission Windows: 10/09-21/2014 Capacity Track: seeks innova3ve proposals leading to an increase in the ability of the United States higher educa3on enterprise to produce cybersecurity professionals (curriculum, pedagogy, research on teaching and learning of cybersecurity, partnerships, models for integra3on of applied research experiences into cybersecurity degree programs). Submission Windows: 11/01-14/2014 hrp://

20 Na2onal Research Traineeship (NRT) hrp:// Integra3ve Graduate Educa3on and Research Traineeship Program (IGERT) & NSF Graduate Fellows in K- 12 Educa3on (GK- 12) allow for ins3tu3onal traineeship program; focus on na3onal needs in science and engineering enterprise incorporate plans for transforming aspects of graduate programs and experiences at those ins3tu3ons Ins3tu3onal program for masters and doctoral students; focus on academic and non- academic STEM careers Emphasis on partnerships with industry

21 Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) hrp:// Individual applica3ons: research- based master s and doctoral degree in STEM including STEM educa3on Awards about 2,700 for FY14 Support STEM graduate students for 3 years Expand interna3onal research collabora3on through Graduate Research Opportuni3es Worldwide (GROW) and research at federal facili3es through Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP)

22 Dear Colleague LeMers: GROW and GRIP Graduate Research Opportuni2es Worldwide (GROW) provide opportunity to engage in interna3onal collabora3ons with inves3gators in partner countries around the world under either the GROW and GROW with USAID tracks. GROW offers funding for interna3onal stays 2-12 months, with the dura3on varying by country and partner organiza3on. hrp:// Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP) to provide professional development to NSF Graduate Research Fellows through internships developed in partnership with federal agencies for at least 10 weeks and at most 12 months. NSF Graduate Fellows will par3cipate in mission- related, collabora3ve research under the guidance of host research mentors at federal facili3es and na3onal laboratories. hrp://

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