Apply to Mentor-Connect if you…
- Work for a community college that has not benefited from National Science Foundation grant funding in the past 7 years.
- Recognize that your college needs to develop or strengthen STEM technician education programs to meet industry needs.
- Want assistance in preparing a competitive grant proposal for the National Science Foundations’s Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program.
Preparing Forms for your NSF ATE Proposal: Live 2018 Webinar
Thursday , May 10, 2018 01:00-02:00 PM
Online-Luka Partners Webinar Host
Mentor-Connect provides a cost-free webinar to provide specifics for correctly completing forms that are required in a National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) grant proposal. Forms can make up 2/3 of a final proposal submission and impact the quality and accuracy of a proposal.
Webinar Participants will
- Know the purpose of various forms associated with NSF ATE proposals
- Know what data to enter into each form associated with NSF ATE proposals
- Learn the importance of providing consistent information on forms and other components of a proposal
- Be alerted to common errors that can be avoided
- Get answers to questions on completing required proposal forms
Also at Your Service
Teaching Technicians: The nation’s premier destination for information related to professional development for technician and related STEM educators.
SC ATE: SC ATE is dedicated to expanding excellence in technician education and increasing the quantity, quality, and diversity of industrial and engineering technicians to support business and industry and to encourage continued economic development.
SCATE Inc. (non-profit): SCATE Inc. provides evaluation, promotes best practices, consults with educators, collaborates with private and public entities, and conducts research with a focus on serving two-year technical and community colleges.
In the Spotlight
Congratulations to the following NSF ATE Award Grantees:
Itasca Community College
This college team (DUE# 1700558) will implement the “Development of a 21st Century Industrial Process Operations Program" project. Pictured from left to right are Bart Johnson, Co-Principal Investigator and Jill Murray, Principal Investigator.
Black River Technical College
This college team (DUE# 1700522) will implement the “Precision Ag Technicians: Improving Arkansas Farming" project. Pictured from left to right are Rickie Gunn, Co-Principal Investigator; Rex Flagg, Principal Investigator; Roger Johnson, Vice President of General Education; and Karen Liebhaber, Vice President of Institutional Advancement.
This college team (DUE# 1663851) will implement the “Boosting New Careers in Advanced Manufacturing Industries" project. Pictured from left to right are Steven Davis, Principal Investigator; Janis Thompson, Grant Writer/Program Development Specialist; and Alan McAdams, Co-Principal Investigator.
Front Range Community College
This college team (DUE# 1700497) will implement the “Biotech Jumpstart: Building Competency and Career Awareness Through Scientific Inquiry" project. Pictured from left to right are: Maggie Richards, Co-Principal Investigator; Ann Riedl, Principal Investigator; Fan Yeung, Co-Principal Investigator; and Carol Fiol, Resource Development Director.
Central Carolina Community College
This college team (DUE# 1700575) will implement the “Technician Training in Advanced Building Performance Analysis and Verification" project. Pictured from left to right are: Jeff Gannon, Co-Principal Investigator; Megan Brown, Director, Grants and Strategic Initiatives, Student Learning and Strategic Planning; and Andrew McMahan, Principal Investigator.
Westchester Community College
This college team (DUE# 1700564) will implement the “Photonics and Laser Project." Pictured from left to right are: Stephen Leone, Co-Principal Investigator; Laurie MillerMcNeill, Co-Principal Investigator; and Kyriakos Ioannou, Principal Investigator.
North Arkansas College
This college team (DUE# 1700632) will implement the “Effectively Delivering Networking and Cybersecurity Education in a Rural Environment" project. Pictured from left to right are: Cheryl Keymer, Co-Principal Investigator; Craig Cates, Principal Investigator; and Laura Berry, Co-Principal Investigator. Not pictured is Nikki Davidson, Co-Principal Investigator.
Alamance Community College
This college team (DUE# 1700652) will implement the “Mechatronics Technology Institute" project. Pictured from left to right are: Carolyn Rhode, Authorized Organizational Representative; Paul Carr, Co-Principal Investigator; and Mohamad Haj-Mohamadi, Principal Investigator.
Learn more about what Alamance Community College intends to use their National Science Foundation (NSF) funding for...http://bit.ly/2mRjxSK.
Help with Securing Your First, or Next, ATE Grant: The NSF ATE Program, Mentor-Connect, and Moving-On-Up!
As of June 15, 2017, NSF has a new Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program solicitation. Solicitation applies to all proposal submissions for 2017 - 2019.
Webinar: Preparing a Budget and Budget Justification for your NSF ATE Proposal is now available!
In this webinar,The National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE), Mentor-Connect project personnel (DUE# 1204463 and DUE# 1501183) provided a detailed cost-free technical assistance webinar highlighting all aspects of the budget and budget justification for those building competitive grant proposals for ATE.
PowerPoint Slides: http://bit.ly/2FqxAJe