Event Category: STEM

NSF HSI STEM Hub: Opportunities with S-STEM and the Two Year College Program

Program Officers from the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) will describe opportunities in the Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Program (S-STEM) and the Advancing Innovation and Impact in Undergraduate STEM Education at Two-Year Institutions of Higher Education Program Description. The S-STEM program has a solicitation to guide proposal submission. The Program Description, however, is more of an open call for submissions that will benefit undergraduate STEM education at community colleges.

Transmission Grid Management: Seamless integration of Operational IT with Enterprise IT

Big Data in the power grid should not live in a silo. It materializes from GIS systems, field assets, day-ahead energy markets, real-time energy markets, weather data, network data, field maintenance data, and more. It has to be ingested, transformed, enriched, analyzed, and ultimately shared back with the grid operators, who must use it to make informed decisions and serve customers.

Program Evaluation for Grants Part 2: Rachel Boren (NMSU)

Acquire insight about the most critical components of program evaluation that you need to know as you develop your grant applications. Take your knowledge up a notch by applying these components to your projects as we work through the topics and take the time to develop your own logic models, craft clear research objectives, and more!

Repeat of September 10. Early admission apply by date: September 18, 2021

Program Evaluation for Grants Part 1: Rachel Boren (NMSU)

Acquire insight about the most critical components of program evaluation that you need to know as you develop your grant applications. Take your knowledge up a notch by applying these components to your projects as we work through the topics and take the time to develop your own logic models, craft clear research objectives, and more!

Early admission apply by date: August 20, 2021