The Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics program (formerly known as CCLI) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) provides grant support for projects designed to strengthen undergraduate STEM teaching and learning. The TUESTYC Project (NSF 1129271) is designed to assist targeted two year college faculty prepare and submit competitive grant proposals to the TUES program.
The overall goal of the workshop project is to increase the number and quality of proposals submitted to the TUES program from faculty at two year colleges.
Workshop Dates and Location
Participants in the project will attend a 2.5 day workshop in in Reno, NV from July 19-22, 2011.
In addition to the workshop, follow-up mentoring will be provided to assist participants develop and complete a proposal for submission to the to TUES program in May 2012.
The project will provide all participants with travel expenses, lodging, meals, and stipend support up to $750.
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