[unav_all] NSF Innovation in Graduate Education Challenge

Jaime Magliocca jmaglio at unavco.org
Wed Mar 13 12:45:08 MDT 2013

Hi everyone,

Here's a new program that NSF is announcing to get innovative ideas in STEM education at the graduate level.  I thought you might be interested, and would perhaps be willing to help broadcast this a bit:

> Calling Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Graduate Students:
> Have you ever thought of ways to improve STEM graduate education? Do you have a creative idea regarding graduate training? If so, NSF wants to hear from you!
> The National Science Foundation Innovation in Graduate Education Challenge is calling for entries from currently enrolled STEM graduate students and teams. They are invited to submit innovative ideas to prepare today’s graduate students for tomorrow’s opportunities and challenges. Entries are solicited for ideas with the potential to improve graduate education and professional development. Ideas can be directed toward students, faculty, departments, institutions, professional societies, and/or federal agencies. Winning ideas will be shared widely and winners will receive prizes between $1000 and $3000.
> For more information and to enter the challenge, go to www.nsf.gov/gradchallenge/
> Entry deadline is April 15th! Make your voice heard on STEM graduate education!
> Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GradEdChallenge
> Send questions to GradChallenge at NSF.gov 

Dr. Greg Anderson, NSF Program Officer, EarthScope and SCEC
E-mail:  greander at nsf.gov
Phone:   +1.703.292.4693
FAX:     +1.703.292.9025
Web:     www.nsf.gov/earthscope

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