Between September 10 and November 5, the NSF HSI STEM Resource Hub will sponsor a series of 3-5 hour workshops for HSI faculty, staff, and their collaborators.

The Fall grant workshops are crafted to enhance faculty skills in specific elements of grants preparation such as program evaluation and developing a STEM education research question and will develop the expertise necessary to revise and resubmit NSF proposals.

The workshops are 3 to 5 hours in duration and are limited to 12 to 20 participants to allow attendees from across the nation to collaborate and network in a virtual workshop setting that encourages personal interactions.


Enrollment is free and is limited to 20 participants per workshop. It is hoped that the small workshop size will facilitate networking and promote collaboration across institutions by individuals who share common interests in research and education.


Participation priority is for current HSI faculty and staff who teach undergraduate STEM courses.

Non HSI faculty staff who teach undergraduate STEM courses are eligible to apply if they:

  • currently collaborate as PIs/co-PIs on a funded or pending NSF EHR/DUE grant that includes HSI faculty/staff as PI/co-PIs or
  • would like to network to find HSI partners for future collaborative projects in education or research.


Admission priority is for faculty within the first 10 years of their first academic tenure-track appointment and faculty who lead STEM student training grants. Early decision admissions are made on a rolling basis and adjusted for workshop start date. Applicants should be aware that the selection process strives for diverse geographical and institutional representation.


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If you have any questions please email us.