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National Science Foundation. Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR). National Science Foundation. Mission of EHR. Excellence in U.S science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education at all levels and in all settings (both formal and informal)

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mission of ehr
National Science FoundationMission of EHR
  • Excellence in U.S science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education at all levels and in all settings (both formal and informal)
  • Development of a diverse and well-prepared workforce of scientists, technicians, engineers, mathematicians and educators
  • A well-informed citizenry that has access to the ideas and tools of science and engineering.
goals of ehr
National Science FoundationGoals of EHR
  • Prepare the next generation of STEM professionals and attract and retain more Americans to STEM careers.
  • Develop a robust research community that can conduct rigorous research and evaluation that will support excellence in STEM education and that integrates research and education.
  • Increase the technological, scientific and quantitative literacy of all Americans so that they can exercise responsible citizenship and live productive lives in an increasingly technological society.
  • Broaden participation (individuals, geographic regions, types of institutions, STEM disciplines) and close achievement gaps in all STEM fields.
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National Science Foundation

Directorate of Education

and Human Resources

(EHR)

(703) 292-8600

Acting Assistant Director

Wanda E. Ward

www.nsf.gov/home/ehr

EHR Advisory Committee

NSF Crosscutting

Programs

Programs managed by all NSF Directorates, such as REU, ADVANCE, MRI, STC, SLC, CAREER, & IGERT.

www. nsf.gov/home/crssprgm

Division of

Undergraduate Education

(DUE)

(703) 292-8670

www. ehr.nsf.gov/due

Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education (ESIE)

(703) 292-8620

www. ehr.nsf.gov/esie

Division of Graduate

Education

(DGE)

(703) 292-8169

www. ehr.nsf.gov/dge

Division of Research, Evaluation and Communication (REC)

(703) 292-8650

www. ehr.nsf.gov/rec

Division of Human

Resource Development

(HRD)

(703) 292-8640

www. ehr.nsf.gov/hrd

Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR)

(703) 292-8683

www. ehr.nsf.gov/epscor

division of undergraduate education due
National Science FoundationDivision of Undergraduate Education (DUE)

Strengthen and ensure the vitality of undergraduate

STEM education for all students, including:

  • Science, mathematics, or engineering majors;
  • Students in science and engineering technology programs;
  • Future teachers at the elementary and secondary school levels; and
  • Non-science majors seeking scientific and technical literacy.
due programs
National Science FoundationDUE Programs

Scholarship Programs:

  • Federal Cyber Service: Scholarships for Service (SFS)
  • Robert Noyce Scholarship Program (Noyce)
  • Scholarships in STEM (S-STEM)
due programs1
National Science FoundationDUE Programs

Workforce Development:

  • STEM Talent Expansion Program (STEP)
  • Advanced Technological Education (ATE)
due programs2
National Science FoundationDUE Programs

Curriculum, Laboratory and Instructional Development:

  • Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI)
    • Phase I – Exploratory
    • Phase II – Expansion
    • Phase III - Comprehensive
  • NSF Distinguished Teaching Scholars (DTS)
  • National STEM Education Digital Library (NSDL)
    • Pathway Projects
    • Services Projects
    • Targeted Research Projects
division of graduate education dge
National Science FoundationDivision of Graduate Education (DGE)
  • Promotes early career development of scientists and engineers
  • By providing support through fellowships and traineeships
dge programs
National Science FoundationDGE Programs
  • Graduate Research Fellowships
  • NSF Graduate Teaching Fellows in K-12 Education (GK-12)
  • Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training (IGERT)
division of elementary secondary and informal education esie
National Science FoundationDivision of Elementary, Secondary and Informal Education (ESIE)
  • Programs designed to improve the educational experiences -- pre-kindergarten through the 12th grade—
  • To increase and improve the opportunities for all to explore science, mathematics, and technology beyond the school setting.
esie programs
National Science FoundationESIE Programs
  • Discovery Research K-12
  • Informal Science Education (ISE)
  • Information Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST)
  • NSF Academies for Young Scientists
esie programs1
National Science FoundationESIE Programs
  • Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Technology
  • Advanced Technological Education (ATE)
division of human resource development
National Science FoundationDivision of Human Resource Development

Programs reflect NSF's commitment to:

  • Developing the resources of the scientific and technical community as a whole
  • Increasing the presence of minorities, women and girls, and persons with disabilities in science and engineering
hrd programs
National Science FoundationHRD Programs

Minorities and Minority Serving Institutions:

  • Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate Program (AGEP)
  • Centers for Research Excellence in Science and Technology (CREST)/HBCU-RISE
  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU-UP)
hrd programs1
National Science Foundation

HRD Programs

Minorities and Minority Serving Institutions:

The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority

Participation Program (LSAMP)

Tribal Colleges and Universities Program (TCUP)

Models Institutions for Excellence (MIE)

hrd programs2
National Science FoundationHRD Programs

Other Program Areas:

  • Research on Gender in Science and Engineering (GSE)
  • Research in Disabilities Education (RDE)
  • Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM)
division of research evaluation and communication
National Science FoundationDivision of Research, Evaluation and Communication
  • REC contributes to the broad field of educational research and improvement.
  • Provides conceptual and technical assistance to various EHR programs and principal investigators.
rec programs
National Science Foundation

REC Programs

Research and Evaluation in Engineering and Science Education (REESE)

Synthesis Projects

Empirical Studies

Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER)

experimental program to stimulate competitive research epscor
National Science FoundationExperimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR)
  • Promotes development of the states' science and technology (S&T) resources.
  • Utilizes partnerships among:
    • Universities, industries, and the government.
for more information
National Science FoundationFor More Information

Go to http://www.nsf.gov/home/ehr

AND

Contact the Program Director responsible for the program that interests you.

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