National Science Foundation (NSF) Sponsored Grant-Writing Workshop for Two-Year College Faculty

JUNE 9 – 12, 2019 (Workshop Location: Arlington, VA/D.C.)
Workshop Focus: The emphasis of the workshop is on learning more about the NSF Advanced
Technological Education (ATE) programs, and how to apply for ATE grants most effectively. Participants should come with specific ideas for funding they want to pursue. Activities will include informational presentations; planning and writing sessions with help from mentors who have had extensive experience with and in the NSF; and time to network with colleagues from similar institutions around the country.
When: June 9 – 12, 2019. Participants will be expected to arrive late afternoon on Sunday and the workshop will end by noon on Wednesday. Detailed travel arrangements will be provided after workshop registration.
Eligibility: Teams of two full-time STEM discipline faculty from two-year colleges are preferred. Teams with a faculty member and administrator are also acceptable.
Covered Costs: Travel (up to $500) and accommodation/meal costs will be covered for up to 50 participants (up to 2 per institution).
Stipends and Support: Each participant will be eligible for a $250. stipend (in addition to travel costs) at the completion of the workshop. An extra stipend of $250. will be provided if a proposal is submitted in
2019 or 2020.
Ongoing Support: The mentor who works with you at the workshop will continue throughout the year
to support your efforts to write a complete proposal. This will include creating post-workshop milestones, suggesting resources, and providing feedback.

To register for the workshop, or if you have any questions about activities or arrangements, please contact Dr. Eun-Woo Chang at or Dr. Kathleen Alfano at

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No.1820952. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material do not necessarily reflect those of the National Science Foundation.

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