Initial Publication Date: October 23, 2018

Funding Opportunities to Support Two-Year College Students, Faculty, Programs, and Collaborations

Monday, November 5, 2018 5:30-7:00 pm. Room 102 of the JW Marriott Hotel, Indianapolis

In association with the 2018 Geological Society of America Meeting.

Co-convened by Eric Baer and Heather Macdonald, sponsored by SAGE 2YC and NAGT

Please join us for a workshop/discussion with NSF Program Directors from the Geosciences Directorate, successful award recipients, and community college faculty as we share examples of the range of possibilities in NSF-funded projects involving two-year college faculty, discuss strategies and challenges in writing and execution of federally-funded projects, hear suggestions for writing successful proposals, and consider issues raised by two-year college faculty who are interested in garnering external funds for their work.

Lina Patino (Acting Division Director of Earth Sciences) and Brandon Jones (Program Director) will participate in these discussions.

Light refreshments will be served.


5:30-5:40 pm Introduction and Goals
Heather Macdonald and Eric Baer

5:40-5:50 pm Highlights of NSF Programs of Interest to 2YCs
Lina Patino (Acting Division Director)

5:50-6:00 Micro-presentations by 2YC Principal Investigators of NSF grants

6:00-6:40 pm Series of Small Group Discussions with NSF Program Directors and 2YC PIs.
We anticipate three successive small group conversations with PIs and/or NSF program directors. Come with questions.

6:40-6:55 pm Summary Comments
NSF Program Directors - Lina Patino and Brandon Jones

6:55-7:00 pm Evaluation and Closing

This workshop is part of the Supporting and Advancing Geoscience in Two-Year Colleges: Faculty as Change Agents project and is supported by the National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education through grants DUE 1525593, 1524605, 1524623, and 1524800.

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