March 8 - 11, 2015

Boston, Massachusetts

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Judy Greenfield
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Travel & Hotel Information:
Robin Piccirilli
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Presenter Questions:
Lee Anna Elmore
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Chris Hennessey
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Master Seminars offer opportunities to engage with premier leaders, scholars, writers, and researchers in the community college and higher education fields. These presentations focus on the latest innovative programs, issues, and initiatives in community colleges, and provide direct connection with a community of learners dedicated to your areas of interest and professional development.

This year’s full-day seminar, held on Sunday, requires an additional registration fee of $100 and should be reserved in advance. Onsite registration is available if the seminar is not full at the start of the conference.

Register now* to secure your place at this highly anticipated event. Space is limited.

*If you have already registered for the conference and want to attend the Master Seminar, contact Judy Greenfield, Conference Registrar.

Master Seminar

Sunday, 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

NSF Support for Innovation in Undergraduate STEM Education and Workforce Development

The Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) promotes excellence in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for all students, and provides opportunities for institutions to obtain funding for innovative projects that address challenges and opportunities in undergraduate STEM education. This Master Seminar will include activities and discussions focused on aspects of preparing competitive proposals to support projects designed to improve undergraduate STEM education. Participants will be provided an overview of DUE funding opportunities, gather lessons learned from prior NSF grantees, and take part in activities designed to assist them to develop their skills to prepare high-quality NSF grant proposals.

David R. Brown, Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation, VA
Ann Beheler, Principal Investigator, National Convergence Technology Center, Collin College, TX
Eun-Woo Chang, Vice President, Academic Affairs, Mercer County Community College, NJ
John Henshaw, Dean, Workforce Development, Mount Wachusett Community College, MA
Karen Wosczyna-Birch, Executive Director, Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, Connecticut College of Technology, CT

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