Community Events.

These are events related to the mission of the NSF HSI STEM Resource Hub – to provide Hispanic Serving Institutions with resources for building institutional capacity that will increase STEM student retention and degree completion.

Types of Events:

  • Events Related to Grantsmanship Training
  • NSF HSI STEM Hub Events
  • Student-Centered Events
  • Other Events

Please note: Events on calendar are set to Mountain Daylight Time. Please check details for the event’s local timezone.

Dec
19
Thu
TEM Boomerang event Dec 19th-20th, 2019 with Albuquerque Community Foundation
Dec 19 – Dec 20 all-day

We are working on a targeted STEM Boomerang event Dec 19th-20th, 2019 with Albuquerque Community Foundation. Please go to the 2019 survey to let us know if you can attend. We need to expand, especially in areas including aerospace, electrical, and mechanical engineering and CS/Math!
STEM Boomerang introduces professionals (PhD, MS, and BS and related fields) to New Mexico’s innovative and motivated STEM employers. Over the past 2 years, we’ve helped dozens of STEM Boomerangers find wonderful careers in NM.

Jan
9
Thu
Miramar Community College Grantsmanship Workshop
Jan 9 – Jan 10 all-day

Our 2020 Jumpstart summer workshops provide basic insight and instruction on how to compete for NSF funding.  The workshop prepares attendees to submit applications to the NSF HSI Initiative call NSF 19-540 (https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2019/nsf19540/nsf19540.htm)

The content will focus on preparing grants for the new NSF HSI Initiative that seeks to increase grant support for STEM Education in Hispanic Serving Institutions (due date September 18, annually). During the event, participants will have a rare opportunity to seek advice from successful grant applicants, to direct questions to experienced and knowledgeable grant awardees, and to closely analyze a sample proposal to learn which pitfalls to avoid.

For more information please click here 

Jan
10
Fri
2019 GANAS Mini-Grant Program
Jan 10 all-day

Deadline for all proposals (5:00 p.m. Local Time)

Jan
15
Wed
HSI Grantsmanship Institute
Jan 15 all-day

The HSI Grantsmanship Institute designed to help HSI staff and faculty identify funding opportunities.

About this Event
The HSI Grantsmanship Institute will be a hands-on, interactive and dynamic experience designed to help HSI staff and faculty identify funding opportunities, plan and develop effective applications that meet institutional needs, and write strong, competitive applications for U.S. Dept of Ed Title V and National Science Foundation (NSF) HSI along with other NSF grants focused on diversifying the STEM field.
The Grantsmanship Institute will be divided into TWO SEPARATE INSTITUTES. One focused on US Dept of Ed Title V/III grants and the other on NSF Grants. Each institute will have a separate group of facilitators who have experience with developing and writing successful grants for these two funding agencies.
Campuses should consider sending TWO teams if they are interested in both institutes. The NSF focused team should primarily include STEM faculty as they will have to be the Principal Investigators (PIs) for these grants. If a campus does choose to send two teams, the teams will have opportunity to meet and discuss with one another how to leverage Dept. of Ed and NSF grants for maximum benefit, for their institutions and most importantly their students.
Please note that each institute has a maximum capacity of 100 participants. Register early!
Cancellation/Refund Policy:
You may cancel your institute registration and receive a full refund, less a $75.00 processing fee, by notifying AHSIE in writing of the cancellation no later than December 31, 2019. No refunds will be granted after December 31, 2019, although substitutions will be allowed at any time. Refunds and substitutions should be requested by emailing info@ahsie.org.

Link To Event Page

Jan
18
Sat
Step by step: practical actions for achieving broader impacts @ Webinar
Jan 18 all-day

Webinar: 18th December, 1:00pm Eastern / 10:00am Pacific

The National Alliance for Broader Impacts, founded by the NSF to guide the development of broader impacts, recommends creating “a communications strategy for stakeholders at all levels, to facilitate audience understanding of impacts.” But many researchers don’t feel they have the time or expertise to do this.

For more information click here. 

Jan
24
Fri
Clovis Community College Grantsmanship Workshop
Jan 24 – Jan 25 all-day

Our 2020 Jumpstart summer workshops provide basic insight and instruction on how to compete for NSF funding.  The workshop prepares attendees to submit applications to the NSF HSI Initiative call NSF 19-540 (https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2019/nsf19540/nsf19540.htm)

The content will focus on preparing grants for the new NSF HSI Initiative that seeks to increase grant support for STEM Education in Hispanic Serving Institutions (due date September 18, annually). During the event, participants will have a rare opportunity to seek advice from successful grant applicants, to direct questions to experienced and knowledgeable grant awardees, and to closely analyze a sample proposal to learn which pitfalls to avoid.

For more Information Click here

Feb
12
Wed
Call for Submission: Apply to present at the AAAS Building Partnerships between Educators and STEM Professionals to Bridge Theory and Real-World Experience Workshop
Feb 12 – Feb 13 all-day

This workshop is for organizers of/participants in programs that partner STEM professionals with K-12 teachers and their communities.

You are invited to make a presentation or submit a poster about your program model, including defining/recruiting partners, strategies for sustaining, broadening participation, learning outcomes, evaluation and/or research.  You can also facilitate a discussion on an important topic related to partnerships.  

https://stemtlnet.org/opportunities/call-submission-apply-present-aaas-building-partnerships-between-educators-and-stem 

Mar
30
Mon
2019 GANAS Mini-Grant Program
Mar 30 all-day

Grantees Notified