Strategies for Preparing YOUR Next ATE Project Proposal
Event Date(s): Wednesday, February 02, 2022 - 01:00pm to 02:00pm EST
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 mistakes to avoid in seeking your next ATE grant.
Presenters: Elaine Craft, PI, Mentor-Connect: Leadership Development and Outreach for ATE-3 (DUE 1840856) and PI, HSI ATE Hub-2: Professional Development for Culturally Responsive Technician Education (DUE 2055362), former SCATE Center Director/PI, Florence-Darlington Technical College, SC;
Elizabeth (Liz) Teles, Former Co-Lead NSF/ATE Program Director, Co-PI on two ATE Mentor-UP awards (DUE 1931264 and 2032835) and senior advisor on 3 other ATE projects, Teles Consulting LLC, VA ;
Pamela Silvers, PI on 3 NSF ATE Grants (Skilled Workers Get Jobs - DUE 1800920), Professor, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College (A-B Tech), NC.
An ATE Office Hours Follow-Up session is scheduled for February 16 at 2:00pm EST. Registrants for this webinar will receive information about the office hours.
WEBINAR REGISTRATION: To register to attend, please click here.