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Elizabeth VanderPutten and Lee Zia National Science Foundation www.nsf.gov June 9, 2010 NH-EPSCoR. NSF Funding Opportunities for Learning and Teaching. N S F. N $ F. Not Sufficient Funds. Overview. NSF Context: VanderPutten RUI/REU, STEP, TUES: Zia MSP, CAREER: VanderPutten

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elizabeth vanderputten and lee zia national science foundation www nsf gov june 9 2010 nh epscor
Elizabeth VanderPutten and Lee Zia

National Science Foundation

www.nsf.gov

June 9, 2010

NH-EPSCoR

NSF Funding Opportunities for Learning and Teaching
overview
Overview
  • NSF Context: VanderPutten
  • RUI/REU, STEP, TUES: Zia
  • MSP, CAREER: VanderPutten
  • Helpful Hints: Zia
  • Q&A
nsf funding sources
NSF Funding Sources
  • Cross-Directorate Programs
    • Research in Undergraduate Institutions
    • Research Opportunity Awards
  • Directorate for Education and Human Resources
  • Discipline Research Directorates
nsf directorate for education and human resources ehr themes
NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR): Themes
  • Broadening Participation to Improve Workforce Development
  • Enriching the Education of STEM Teachers
  • Promoting Learning Through Research and Evaluation
  • Furthering Public Understanding of Science and Advancing STEM Literacy
  • Transforming STEM Education through Cyber-enabled Learning Strategies
nsf directorate for education and human resources ehr divisions
NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR): Divisions
  • Division of Research on Learning (DRL)

- merger of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education

(ESIE) and Research, Evaluation, and Communication (REC)

  • Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE)
  • Division of Human Resource Development (HRD)
  • Division Graduate Education (DGE)
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Research in Undergraduate Institutions (RUI), NSF 00-144http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5518

Goals:

  • Support high quality research involving UGs
  • Strengthen the research environment in UG institutions
  • Promote the integration of research and education

Eligibility:

  • 10 or fewer Science and Engineering PhDs/year
  • UG enrollment exceeds graduate enrollment
  • Research in NSF-supported fields
  • Multi-user instrumentation

No deadline: contact NSF (see names in announcement)

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Group of ~10 students with group activities

Variety of research projects, maybe NSF-funded or maybe not

Choice of mentor or project

Most students not from host institution

1-2 students

Research problems within an NSF-funded project

Students usually from host institution

Contact NSF program officer first

No formal deadline

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), NSF 09-598

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2009/nsf09598/nsf09598.htm

REU Sites

REU Supplements

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REU continued

  • Citizens or permanent U.S. residents
  • Stipends and possible assistance with housing and travel
  • Deadlines (sites):
    • First Friday in June (Antarctica)
    • August 25, 2010 and 4th Friday in August thereafter (non-Antarctica)
step stem talent expansion program
STEP (STEM Talent Expansion Program)

Goal: to increase the number of students (U.S. citizens or permanent residents) RECEIVING associate or baccalaureate degrees in established or emerging fields within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2008/nsf08569/nsf08569.htm

Deadline for letters of intent (opt.): August 17, 2010

Deadline for full proposals: September 28, 2010

step budget info
STEP: Budget info
  • One proposal per “unit” at an institution
  • About $30 million available in FY2010
  • Budgetary Limitations
    • $.5 M for up to 5,000 undergrad students
    • $ 1 M for 5,000-15,000 undergrad students
    • $2 M for >15,000 undergrad students
    • 20-25% addition if significant partnership with an associate degree granting inst.
step types of efforts
STEP: Types of efforts
  • Bridge programs that enable additional preparation for students
  • Programs that focus on improving the quality of student learning
    • high-caliber teaching in smaller classes
    • new pedagogical approaches
    • training of teaching assistants (grads & UGs)
  • Programs to encourage undergraduate research
  • Programs that provide financial incentives to students
  • Many others
tues transforming undergraduate education in stem
TUES: Transforming Undergraduate Education in STEM

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2010/nsf10544/nsf10544.htm

  • Provide a framework for projects to maximize their effectiveness in improving and transforming undergraduate STEM education
  • Increase the emphasis on projects that build on prior work and contribute to the knowledge base of STEM education research and practice
  • Contribute to building a community of scholars who work in related areas of education
  • Explicitly identify a set of measurable outcomes that will be used in the project management and evaluation
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TUES Framework

New Learning Materials

Research on Teaching and Learning

Faculty Expertise

Assessing Learning

Implementing Innovations

Projects should address a recognized need and undertake exemplary work in at least of the above elements. Projects may take advantage of natural synergies among these elements.

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TUES: 3 Types of Projects

  • Type 1 –(05/26-27/2011 and 05/27-28/2012)
  • Exploratory, initial investigation, or adaptation in one of the five elements of the TUES Framework
  • Type 2 –(01/14/2011, 01/13/2012, 01/14/2012)
  • Expansion of smaller scale but proven innovations, refinement and testing on/in diverse users/settings
  • Type 3 –(01/14/2011, 01/13/2012, 01/14/2012)
  • Comprehensive, large-scale efforts to combine proven results and mature innovations from several component areas; emphasis on sustainability, national dissemination, etc.
tues additional emphases
TUES:Additional Emphases
  • Propose materials, processes, or models that have the potential to enhance student learning and to be adapted easily by other sites and
  • Involve a significant effort to facilitate adaptation at other sites. 
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Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Program

A Research and Development Effort

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MSP: Types of Awards

  • Institute Partnerships: Focus on developing teacher leaders.
  • Targeted Partnerships: Focus on a grade band or content area with broad involvement of teachers, administrators and others in curricula change, professional development and assessment.
  • Start Partnerships: Focus on the data analysis and team building needed to develop a full Partnerships
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Partnerships:

Universities/colleges and K-12 schools must be included as core partners

University must be lead partner

Principal Investigators must include

STEM faculty

K-12 Representatives

Education Faculty should be included

Can include other organizations

rfp nsf 10 556
RFP: NSF 10-556
  • Institute, Start, RETA: July 8, 2010
  • Targeted Partnerships: October 14
career
CAREER
  • For Assistant Professors in tenure track positions
  • Five Year grant with minimum award size of $400,000
  • Proposals include
    • Research
    • Education
    • Integration of Research and Education
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CAREER
  • NSF-wide
    • 3000 plus proposals
    • 500 plus awards

- reviewed by disciplinary programs

  • Deadlines: NSF 08-557
    • July 20, 2010 BIO, CISE, EHR,OCI
    • July 21, 2010 ENG
    • July 22, 2010 GEO, MPS, SBE, OPP
other programs of interest
Other Programs of Interest
  • NSF Scholarships in STEM
  • Noyce Teacher Scholars
  • Advanced Technological Education
  • NSF Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12
  • REESE, DRK-12, ISE
ways to participate
WAYS TO PARTICIPATE
  • Grant Holder
    • Principal Investigator
    • Member of Project Team, or

Coalition, or Advisory Board

    • Test Site
  • User of Products
  • Participant in Workshops and Symposium
  • Reviewer of Proposals
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