The National Science Foundation Division of Graduate Education will be hosting an Open House this Monday, September 19th from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (ET). See additional details below.
Please join the Division of Graduate Education for two panels and a poster session focused on:
Inventing the Way Forward: Graduate Education for the STEM Workforce
Panel 1: The Big Picture: Challenges and Opportunities in Graduate Education. Six researchers funded by EHR/DGE will present their findings and perspectives.
Nilsa Bosque-Perez, University of Idaho; David Feldon, Utah State University; Ann Gates, University of Texas El Paso; Julia Lane, New York University; Colin Philips, University of Maryland; Henry Sauermann, Georgia Institute of Technology
Panel 2: There is no "Typical" in T: From PhD to STEM Leader. Six early-and mid-career individuals who were funded by NSF during their graduate studies will discuss their diverse non-academic career journeys and the professional development experiences that made these careers possible.
June Andrews, Pinterest; Jeffrey Margolis, Illinois Math and Science Academy; Melissa Boone, Microsoft; Ronald Hunter, The Coca-Cola Company; Sarah Ryker, US Department of the Interior; Maya Wei-Haas, the Smithsonian Institute.
Time: September 19, 2016 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: National Science Foundation, Stafford I-Room 110
WebEx: To join the WebEx, please use the link below:
or go to https://nsfevents.webex.com and select Division of Graduate Education Open House.
No registration or RSVP is needed for the webinar. Password: DGEOpenHouse2016
If you would like to attend in person, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (space is limited).