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EA Stewart
ATE Future Leaders Fellows
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Thu, Sep 7 2023



ATE Office Hours: Learn about the BRIDGES Case Studies - Free Classroom Ready Resources !

Are you interested in providing hands-on, relevant, data-centric experiences in your classroom? Join ATE Central and experts from the U.S. Department of Energy, Bioenergy Technologies Office, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) and Idaho National Laboratory (INL) to learn about resources they've created to help students explore clean energy topics while building STEM and critical thinking skills. The Bioenergy Research and Education Program (BRIDGES) ... Read more

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Fri, Jun 16 2023

ATE community members are invited to a special Listening Session Office Hours on Friday, June 16th. This interactive event will be an opportunity to share your thoughts on the current ATE solicitation guidelines 21-598, and a chance to bring up any changes or additions that you think might be beneficial to include in the upcoming new ATE solicitation. NSF program officers, including Dr. Celeste Carter, will be in attendance and available to listen to your ideas and answer questions. Attendees can read over ... Read more

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Sandra Porter
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Tue, Mar 21 2023
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NSF Dear Colleague Letters - A Great Funding Opportunity

Join ATE Central along with ATE program officers, including Dr. Celeste Carter, to learn more about NSF's Dear Colleague Letters and how you can take advantage of this terrific funding opportunity! The session will provide attendees with an overview of some current offerings of interest to the ATE community ( NSF 21-076 STEM Skills Training/START , ... Read more

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EA Stewart

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Wed, Feb 2 2022
American Association of Community Colleges

Has your college been an ATE or another NSF program grantee? Keep the momentum going! The ATE program encourages you to expand and build on your recent or current ATE grant efforts and/or move into a different area of technology. ATE-funded projects enable you to move up to larger scope of work or shift the focus of your work to another area of technician education. How do requirements and reviewer expectations change when you take the next step? Where can you get help to make your proposal more competitive? Learn the answers to these questions along with strategies, insider tips, and ... Read more

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Sandra Porter
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EA Stewart
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