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This webinar is designed to provide an introduction to the NSF ATE program and to encourage colleges to submit ATE proposals by the October 1, 2020 deadline. If you have colleagues that may find this information of interest and could benefit from applying for ATE funding, please share this information with them. We thank you for your assistance!

Addressing STEM Workforce Needs in a Virtual World – How ATE Grants Can Help and Why You Should Apply Wednesday, June 17, 2020 • 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (EDT)

For more than 25 years, the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological ... Read more

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Dr. V. Celeste Carter takes a step by step journey through the Grant Review process at the National Science Foundation so that the audience can see what NSF reviewers are really looking for in an application. Read more
These presentations are from a grant writing workshop at Austin Community College. Dr. V. Celeste Carter from the National Science Foundation was the guest speaker. Read more
The National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education program is a powerful economic driver for biotechnology programs at community colleges. This presentation by V. Celeste Carter provides background and context on the program to add to colleges' grant writing efforts. Read more
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