Call for Proposals – Fields Undergraduate Summer Research Program

Dear Fields Institute Community:

Each year, up to 25 students are selected out of hundreds of applicants from mathematics-related disciplines to participate in the Fields Undergraduate Summer Research Program (FUSRP).

The Fields Institute invites you to benefit from its 2017 FUSRP by submitting your research project for consideration and potentially receiving a group of top-ranked students to help with your research in the summer of 2017.

This competitive initiative matches a group of up to five excellent students with faculty from Fields Principal Sponsoring/Affiliate Universities, visiting scientists, or researchers in industry for a nine-week research project in July and August.

Your benefit:

  • Motivated students with excellent academic grades, often with previous research experience.
  • The possibility to train and “test” a student for a subsequent Masters/PhD project.
  • Funds from the Fields Institute to cover:
    • students’ living and travel expenses, as appropriate.
    • supervisors’ travel expenses to and from Fields.
  • Logistical and infrastructure support from Fields.

Please follow this link to learn more about the FUSRP and what the program can offer your research experience.

NEXT STEPS
Now: Identify a research project that is suitable for undergraduate students.
By December 31, 2016: Summarize your project in 400 words (approximately half a page) and submit it to Fields using this brief form. Details are found within the form.

Please direct any questions about the FUSRP or the application process to the Manager of Scientific Programs, Esther Berzunza. She may be reached at 416-348-9710, ext. 2014 or at eberzunz.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Huaxiong Huang, Deputy Director
The Fields Institute
222 College Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto ON Canada M5T 3J1
Phone 416 348 9710 ext. 3020
Fax 416 348 9714
www.fields.utoronto.ca

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KSTF Fellowships

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KSTF is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing new math and science teachers with professional development, resources and support to improve STEM education in our schools.

We believe positive change in education should start with teachers, through leadership in the classroom and beyond. Our Fellowship helps new math and science teachers explore, test and refine new ways to connect with students and make an impact in their classrooms and schools.

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Know excellent teachers? Nominate for Presidential Teaching Award; Deadline April 1

Do you know a 7th-12th grade teacher who provides excellent mathematics or science instruction to his or her students? Then please consider nominating him or her for a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). Anyone—researchers, parents, or members of the general public—may nominate a 7th-12th grade teacher by completing the nomination form available on the PAEMST website (www.paemst.org). To submit a nomination, you only need the teacher’s contact information.

PAEMST is the highest honor the United States government bestows for K-12 mathematics and science teaching. Since 1983, more than 4,300 teachers have been recognized for their contributions to mathematics and science education. Awardees serve as models for their colleagues, inspiration to their communities, and leaders in the improvement of mathematics and science education. Up to 108 teachers may be recognized each year.

Presidential Awardees receive a certificate signed by the President of the United States; a trip for two to Washington, D.C., to attend a series of recognition events, professional development opportunities, and policy-maker meetings; and a $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation.

The Nomination Deadline is April 1, 2015. The Application Deadline is May 1, 2015 for teachers (Grades 7-12). Elementary school teachers (K – Grades 6) are eligible to apply in 2016. If you know more than one teacher deserving of this award, you may submit more than one nomination. Teachers may also initiate the application process themselves at www.paemst.org.

Please consider nominating outstanding mathematics or science (including computer science) teachers today!

Sincerely,

Nafeesa Owens, Ph.D.

Program Lead, PAEMST*

*The National Science Foundation administers PAEMST on behalf of The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Promoting Research and Innovation in Methodologies for Evaluation

********************************************************************************* Program Number: 45579
Title: Promoting Research and Innovation in Methodologies for Evaluation

Sponsor: Directorate for Education and Human Resources/NSF

SYNOPSIS: The Promoting Research and Innovation in
Methodologies for Evaluation (PRIME) program seeks to support research on evaluation with special emphasis on: exploring innovative approaches for determining the impacts and usefulness of STEM education projects and programs; building on and expanding the theoretical foundations for evaluating STEM education and workforce development initiatives, including translating and adapting approaches from other fields; and growing the capacity and infrastructure of the evaluation field. Three types of proposals will be supported by the program: Exploratory Projects that include proof-of-concept and feasibility studies; more extensive Full-Scale Projects; and conferences.

Deadline(s): 04/30/2015
Established Date: 02/02/2015
Follow-Up Date: 02/01/2016
Review Date: 02/03/2015

Contact:

Address: 4201 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22230
U.S.A.
E-mail: DRLPRIME@nsf.gov
Web Site: http://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=272670 Program URL: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15540/nsf15540.htm Tel: 703-292-8650
Fax:
Deadline Ind: Receipt
Deadline Open: No
Award Type(s): Conference–Host/Conduct Research Grants/R & D

Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
Any/No Restrictions

Locations Tenable: U.S.A. Institution (including U.S. Territories)

Appl Type(s): Individual, Non-Specific
Colleges/Universities
For-Profit
Non-Profit

Target Group(s): NONE
Funding Limit: $0 SEEBELOW
Duration: 3 YEAR(s)
Indirect Costs: Unspecified
Cost Sharing: No
Sponsor Type: NONE

Geo. Restricted: NO RESTRICTIONS

CFDA#: 47.076

OBJECTIVES: The overarching goal of the PRIME program is to support the development, demonstration, and validation of innovative new methodologies and approaches in STEM evaluation. To address this goal, the program is interested in proposals that: explore innovative new approaches for determining the impact and usefulness of
evaluations of STEM education projects or programs, with appropriate rigor; expand the theoretical foundations for evaluating STEM education and human resource initiatives, including translating approaches from other fields; and increase the capacity of and infrastructure for researchers and evaluators by increasing the number of individuals who can produce conceptually sound and methodologically appropriate evaluations of STEM education and workforce projects, portfolios, and programs. Evaluation contexts, and thus
problems, addressed in response to this solicitation may vary from large-scale system change to individual experiences and impacts. They may focus on any level of education and on any combination of formal or informal settings. Proposed goals can be as broad as developing new evaluation research designs, or as focused as developing metrics to measure the impacts of new learning environments (e.g., massive open online courses [MOOCs] and badges) or changes in traditional classroom practices. Some initiatives may target specific fine-grained topics within a STEM subject area, while others may focus on STEM fields more broadly. They may be purely theoretical or have large empirical components. Finally, proposals may include a wide range of design features (e.g., partnerships) and goals (e.g., broadening
participation) that may exist within and across specific STEM education and workforce initiatives. These examples are presented to illustrate that the solicitation permits a broad range of entry points, issues, and settings. Eligible proposal types
include: Exploratory Projects –Exploratory projects are
small-scale explorations that include proof-of-concept and feasibility studies. Exploratory projects must describe relevant literature, evaluation research questions, data to be gathered and analytic approaches to be taken. Not all Exploratory projects will result in a subsequent, full-scale proposal. However, for those that do, the results and implications of the exploratory work must be explicitly described. Full-Scale Projects — Full-scale projects are larger in scope and may investigate pressing issues facing the field; develop innovative evaluation methodologies or approaches; or build capacity for rigorous, useful evaluations. Conferences — The PRIME
program may support a few well-focused conferences that have the potential to transform the field. Budgets are expected to be related to the duration of the event and the number of participants. Typical costs are around $100,000. Proposals should include a conceptual framework for the conference, a draft agenda, a possible participant list, and the likely outcomes or products that will result from the conference. Proposals may be submitted at any time, generally at least one year in advance of when the conference would be held.

ELIGIBILITY
Individuals and organizations in the following categories may submit proposals: Universities and Colleges; Non-profit, non-academic organizations; For-profit organizations; State and Local Governments; and Unaffiliated Individuals.

FUNDING
It is anticipated that between 13 and 18 projects will be awarded in FY 2015: approximately 7-10 full scale and approximately 6-8 exploratory projects will be selected for funding. The remainder of funds will be allocated to support conferences, RAPIDs and EAGERs. Exploratory projects cannot exceed $250,000 total and a duration of two years. Full-scale projects cannot exceed $800,000 total and a duration of three years. Typical conference costs are around $100,000. Source: Grants.gov (02/02/15). (cas)

KEYWORDS: EDUCATION
Mathematics Education
Science Education
Engineering Education
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY/MATHEMATICS/COMPUTER SCIENCE Technology
Grants.gov
Grants.gov/S2S

Promoting Research and Innovation in Methodologies for Evaluation

********************************************************************************* Program Number: 45579
Title:

Sponsor: Directorate for Education and Human Resources/NSF

SYNOPSIS: The Promoting Research and Innovation in
Methodologies for Evaluation (PRIME) program seeks to support research on evaluation with special emphasis on: exploring innovative approaches for determining the impacts and usefulness of STEM education projects and programs; building on and expanding the theoretical foundations for evaluating STEM education and workforce development initiatives, including translating and adapting approaches from other fields; and growing the capacity and infrastructure of the evaluation field. Three types of proposals will be supported by the program: Exploratory Projects that include proof-of-concept and feasibility studies; more extensive Full-Scale Projects; and conferences.

Deadline(s): 04/30/2015
Established Date: 02/02/2015
Follow-Up Date: 02/01/2016
Review Date: 02/02/2015

Contact:

Address: 4201 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22230
U.S.A.
E-mail: DRLPRIME@nsf.gov
Program URL: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15540/nsf15540.htm Tel: 703-292-8650
Fax:
Deadline Ind: Receipt
Deadline Open: No
Award Type(s): Conference–Host/Conduct Research Grants/R & D

Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
Any/No Restrictions

Locations Tenable: U.S.A. Institution (including U.S. Territories)

Appl Type(s): Individual, Non-Specific
Colleges/Universities
For-Profit
Non-Profit

Target Group(s): NONE
Funding Limit: $0 SEEBELOW
Duration: 3 YEAR(s)
Indirect Costs: Unspecified
Cost Sharing: No
Sponsor Type: NONE

Geo. Restricted: NO RESTRICTIONS

CFDA#: 47.076

OBJECTIVES: The overarching goal of the PRIME program is to support the development, demonstration, and validation of innovative new methodologies and approaches in STEM evaluation. To address this goal, the program is interested in proposals that: explore innovative new approaches for determining the impact and usefulness of
evaluations of STEM education projects or programs, with appropriate rigor; expand the theoretical foundations for evaluating STEM education and human resource initiatives, including translating approaches from other fields; and increase the capacity of and infrastructure for researchers and evaluators by increasing the number of individuals who can produce conceptually sound and methodologically appropriate evaluations of STEM education and workforce projects, portfolios, and programs. Evaluation contexts, and thus
problems, addressed in response to this solicitation may vary from large-scale system change to individual experiences and impacts. They may focus on any level of education and on any combination of formal or informal settings. Proposed goals can be as broad as developing new evaluation research designs, or as focused as developing metrics to measure the impacts of new learning environments (e.g., massive open online courses [MOOCs] and badges) or changes in traditional classroom practices. Some initiatives may target specific fine-grained topics within a STEM subject area, while others may focus on STEM fields more broadly. They may be purely theoretical or have large empirical components. Finally, proposals may include a wide range of design features (e.g., partnerships) and goals (e.g., broadening
participation) that may exist within and across specific STEM education and workforce initiatives. These examples are presented to illustrate that the solicitation permits a broad range of entry points, issues, and settings. Eligible proposal types
include: Exploratory Projects –Exploratory projects are
small-scale explorations that include proof-of-concept and feasibility studies. Exploratory projects must describe relevant literature, evaluation research questions, data to be gathered and analytic approaches to be taken. Not all Exploratory projects will result in a subsequent, full-scale proposal. However, for those that do, the results and implications of the exploratory work must be explicitly described. Full-Scale Projects — Full-scale projects are larger in scope and may investigate pressing issues facing the field; develop innovative evaluation methodologies or approaches; or build capacity for rigorous, useful evaluations. Conferences — The PRIME
program may support a few well-focused conferences that have the potential to transform the field. Budgets are expected to be related to the duration of the event and the number of participants. Typical costs are around $100,000. Proposals should include a conceptual framework for the conference, a draft agenda, a possible participant list, and the likely outcomes or products that will result from the conference. Proposals may be submitted at any time, generally at least one year in advance of when the conference would be held.

ELIGIBILITY
Individuals and organizations in the following categories may submit proposals: Universities and Colleges; Non-profit, non-academic organizations; For-profit organizations; State and Local Governments; and Unaffiliated Individuals.

FUNDING
It is anticipated that between 13 and 18 projects will be awarded in FY 2015: approximately 7-10 full scale and approximately 6-8 exploratory projects will be selected for funding. The remainder of funds will be allocated to support conferences, RAPIDs and EAGERs. Exploratory projects cannot exceed $250,000 total and a duration of two years. Full-scale projects cannot exceed $800,000 total and a duration of three years. Typical conference costs are around $100,000. (cas)

KEYWORDS: EDUCATION
Mathematics Education
Science Education
Engineering Education
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY/MATHEMATICS/COMPUTER SCIENCE Technology

Dekker Foundation- Grants Program

********************************************************************************* Program Number: 16621
Title: Grants Program

Sponsor: Dekker Foundation

SYNOPSIS: The sponsor awards the majority of its grants to
organizations that promote education and the advancement of knowledge. Because learning occurs in many different contexts, recipients can range from organizations implementing technology in education to academic programs dedicated to scientific and medical research.

Deadline(s):
Established Date: 10/05/2010
Follow-Up Date: 02/01/2016
Review Date: 12/30/2014

Contact:

Address: 8 Wells Hill Road
Weston, CT 06883
U.S.A.
E-mail: dekkerfoundation@dekker.com
Web Site: http://www.dekkerfoundation.org/grants.html
Program URL: http://www.dekkerfoundation.org/apply.html
Tel: 203-227-3596
Fax: 203-226-5516
Deadline Ind: Receipt
Deadline Open: Yes
*See Restrictions for further information.

DEADLINE NOTE
Applications are considered throughout the year. Before sending a full proposal, please first submit a letter of inquiry.

Award Type(s): General Project

Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
Any/No Restrictions

Locations Tenable: U.S.A. Institution (including U.S. Territories)

Appl Type(s): Non-Profit
Tax-exempt

Target Group(s): NONE
Funding Limit: $0 NOT PROV
Duration: 0
Indirect Costs: Unspecified
Cost Sharing: No
Sponsor Type: NONE

Geo. Restricted: NO RESTRICTIONS

CFDA#:

OBJECTIVES: The sponsor awards the majority of its grants to organizations that promote education and the advancement of knowledge. Because learning occurs in many different contexts, recipients can range from organizations implementing technology in education to academic programs dedicated to scientific and medical research.

ELIGIBILITY
The sponsor grants only to tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations as defined under Section 501(c)(3) of US Internal Revenue Code. Grants to individuals are not considered. (tld)

KEYWORDS: Education/Instructional Programs
Educational Improvement
Educational/Instructional Technology
Biomedical Research, Multidisciplinary
Knowledge Based Society

*********************************************************************************

Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

********************************************************************************* Program Number: 45021
Title: Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

Sponsor: Directorate for Education and Human Resources/NSF

SYNOPSIS: The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program seeks to encourage talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors and professionals to become K-12 STEM teachers. Track 1: The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships and Stipends Track provides funds to support scholarships, stipends, and academic programs for
undergraduate STEM majors and post-baccalaureate STEM professionals to become highly effective STEM teachers; these individuals commit to teaching for 2 years in high-need local educational agencies for every year of scholarship/stipend support. Track 2: The NSF Teaching Fellowships Track provides funds to support fellowships, academic programs, professional development, and salary supplements for STEM professionals, including retirees from STEM professions, who enroll in a master’s degree program leading to teacher certification or licensing; these individuals, referred to as NSF Teaching Fellows, commit to teaching for four years in high-need local educational agencies. Track 3: The NSF Master Teaching Fellowships Track provides funds to support professional development and salary supplements for K-12 STEM teachers, who are experienced and exemplary and who already have a master’s degree in their field, to become NSF Master Teaching Fellows; these individuals commit to teaching for five years in high-need local educational agencies. Tracks 1, 2, and 3 welcome Phase 1, Phase 2, and Capacity Building proposals. Track 4: Research on the Preparation, Recruitment, and Retention of K-12 STEM Teachers provides funds to support planning, exploratory research, and full scale research proposals that address (1) a set of research priorities identified by and stated in the 2010 National Research Council’s report, Preparing Teachers: Building Evidence for Sound Policy and (2) issues identified in the literature on effective teachers and the retention of effective STEM teachers and teacher leaders. This track provides funding for two categories of proposals: Research Type A Noyce Partnerships for Research on STEM Teacher Preparation and Research Type B Research on Preparing STEM Teachers for the
Future.

Deadline(s): 03/17/2015
08/04/2015
Established Date: 12/18/2014
Follow-Up Date: 12/01/2015
Review Date: 12/18/2014

Contact: Teri J. Murphy

Address: 4201 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22230
U.S.A.
E-mail: tmurphy@nsf.gov
Web Site: http://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=270571 Program URL: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15530/nsf15530.htm Tel: 703-292-2109
Fax:
Deadline Ind: Receipt
Deadline Open: No
Award Type(s): Fellowship
Planning Grants
Research Grants/R & D
Student Scholarship
Training/Professional Development

Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
Any/No Restrictions

Locations Tenable: U.S.A. Institution (including U.S. Territories)

Appl Type(s): Colleges/Universities
Non-Profit
Precollegiate Educator/Personnel

Target Group(s): NONE
Funding Limit: $0 SEEBELOW
Duration: 5 YEAR(s)
Indirect Costs: Unspecified
Cost Sharing: Yes
Sponsor Type: NONE

Geo. Restricted: NO RESTRICTIONS

CFDA#: 47.076

OBJECTIVES: The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
consists of four tracks of projects, including phases within the tracks: Track 1: The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships and
Stipends Track (S&S) offers awards to institutions to recruit and prepare K-12 STEM teachers and to provide scholarships to
undergraduate STEM majors and stipends to STEM professionals to that end. This track provides funding for three categories of proposals: Phase 1, Phase 2, and Capacity Building. Track 2: The NSF
Teaching Fellowships Track (TF) offers awards to institutions to administer fellowships and programmatic support to STEM professionals, including recent STEM graduates and retirees from STEM professions. These individuals, referred to as NSF Teaching Fellows, enroll in a master’s degree program leading to teacher certification or licensing to teach a STEM discipline in an elementary or secondary school. This track provides funding for three categories of proposals: Phase 1, Phase 2, and Capacity Building. Track 3: The NSF Master Teaching Fellowships Track (MTF) offers awards to institutions to administer fellowships and programmatic support to experienced and exemplary K-12 STEM teachers who possess a masters degree in their field and who participate in a program for developing master teachers and teacher leaders. These selected individuals are referred to as NSF Master Teaching Fellows. This track provides funding for three categories of proposals: Phase 1, Phase 2, and Capacity Building. Track 4: Research on the Preparation, Recruitment, and Retention of K-12 STEM Teachers (the Noyce Research Track) calls for research proposals that address a set of research priorities identified by and stated in the 2010 National Research Council’s report, Preparing Teachers: Building Evidence for Sound Policy. This track provides funding for two categories of proposals: Research Type A: Noyce Partnerships for Research on STEM Teacher Preparation and Research Type B Research on Preparing STEM Teachers for the Future.

ELIGIBILITY
Proposals may only be submitted by universities and two- or four-year colleges (including community colleges, tribal colleges, and minority-serving institutions) accredited in, and having a campus located in, the United States, or consortia of such institutions, or U.S. nonprofit entities that have established consortia among such institutions of higher education. In addition, for Track 4: Research on the Preparation, Recruitment, and Retention of K-12 STEM Teachers, professional societies and similar organizations that are directly associated with educational or research activities are eligible. The PI/Co-PI team must include at least one faculty member from a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics department and at least one education faculty member.

FUNDING
Pending availability of funding, the anticipated funding amount is approximately $52,800,000 for new Noyce awards in FY 2015. Depending on the quality of submissions, NSF expects to make an estimated 50-60 Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships Program awards under this
solicitation, including 33-37 in Track 1 S&S (Phase 1, Phase 2, and Capacity Building), 7-9 in Track 2 TF (Phase 1, Phase 2, and Capacity Building), 7-9 in Track 3 MTF (Phase 1, Phase 2, and Capacity Building), and 3-5 in Track 4 Noyce Research. In Track 1 S&S: Phase 1 proposals may request up to $1,200,000 with a project duration of up to 5 years; Phase 2 proposals may request up to $800,000 with a project duration of up to 5 years; and Capacity Building proposals may request up to $75,000 with a project duration of up to 1
year. In Track 2 TF and Track 3 MTF: Phase 1 proposals may
request up to $3,000,000 with a project duration of up to 5 years (for proposals supporting one cohort of NSF Teaching Fellows or NSF Master Teaching Fellows) or 6 years (for proposals supporting two cohorts of NSF Teaching Fellows or NSF Master Teaching Fellows); Phase 2 proposals may request up to $1,800,000 with a project duration of up to 5 years; and Capacity Building proposals may request up to $75,000 with a project duration of up to 1 year. In Tracks 1, 2, and 3, Phase 1 and Phase 2 projects that involve a collaboration between two-year institutions and four-year institutions (including doctorate, masters, and baccalaureate granting), may request up to an additional $250,000 over 5 years (or 6, as appropriate). Capacity Building projects in these tracks may request up to an additional $50,000 over 1 year.

Cost sharing is required for and only for TF Phase 1, TF Phase 2, MTF Phase 1, and MTF Phase 2. For Track 2 NSF TF and Track 3 NSF MTF proposals requesting less than $1.5 million, cost sharing of at least 30% of the amount of the grant request is required, at least half of which must be in cash. Proposals requesting $1.5 million or more must provide matching funds of at least 50% of the amount of the request, at least half of which must be cash. For Track 2 TF and Track 3 MTF proposals, the Director waived the cost sharing
requirement for the additional $250,000 funds associated with partnerships between two-year institutions and four-year institutions (including doctorate, masters, and baccalaureate granting). For S&S Phase 1, S&S Phase 2, TF Phase 1, TF Phase 2, MTF Phase 1 and MTF Phase 2 proposals, at least 60% of the total proposed total Direct Costs must be allocated for support directly received by the participants in the form of scholarship, stipends, or salary supplements as reported on budget line F.1. STIPENDS in FastLane (or Section E.2. on the Grants.gov R&R Budget Form). Funds requested specifically for other types of scholarship/stipend/fellowship recipient support, such as travel, should be entered in section F. Participant Support Costs, on lines 2., 3., or 4., in FastLane (or Section E.3., 4., or 5. on the Grants.gov R&R Budget Form) as appropriate, but are not included in the 60%. The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program expects to award up to $5,000,000 total across 3-5 projects in Track 4: Research on the Preparation, Recruitment, and Retention of K-12 STEM Teachers. In Noyce
Research Type A, Noyce Partnerships for Research on STEM Teacher Preparation, projects are expected to be led by a single eligible entity that administers subawards to support the partnering Noyce projects. A Noyce Research Type A project may have a duration of up to 3 years. The research project may request (up to) $450,000, plus an additional (up to) $50,000 for each participating Noyce project. For example, a project involving a lead institution and 5 Noyce projects may request a total of $700,000 ($450,000+5x$50,000). The subaward allocation to Noyce projects is intended to support their (1) leadership roles and responsibilities in the conceptualization, active participation, and review of the research and (2) research site management, including the logistics involved in executing the research (e.g., data collection, administrative support, travel, materials, and electronic devices dedicated to data collection). In Noyce
Research Type B, Research on Preparing STEM Teachers for the Future, proposals may request up to $800,000 total for a project duration of up to 3 years.

An institution submitting a Phase 1 or Phase 2 proposal under the NSF TF Track must provide matching funds (cost sharing), from non-Federal sources, to support the activities of the project. Source: Grants.gov (03/17/14). (cas)

KEYWORDS: EDUCATION
Teacher Education
Engineering Education
Precollegiate Education–Science/Mathematics Higher Education
ENGINEERING
Mathematics
Science, General/Other
Technology
Grants.gov
Grants.gov/S2S