Limited Submission: Faculty Invited to Submit for NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Computing in Undergraduate Education
February 22, 2019
The Research and Faculty Development team in the Office of Research and Economic Development is requesting notice of intent (NOI) to indicate interest in submitting a proposal to the NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Computing in Undergraduate Education (IUSE: CUE). The deadline to submit NOIs is 5 p.m. Pacific time Friday, March 1.
Through this solicitation, NSF will support teams of Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) in re-envisioning the role of computing in interdisciplinary collaboration within their institutions. In addition, NSF will encourage partnering IHEs to use this opportunity to integrate the study of ethics into their curricula, both within core CS courses and across the relevant interdisciplinary application areas. Proposals that do not include an ethics component may request a maximum budget of $300,000 over 18 months; and proposals that do include an ethics component may request a maximum budget of $350,000 over 18 months. Proposals must comprise a multi-institutional partnership, with a lead IHE and 2-4 additional IHE partners. The University of Idaho may partner on at most two submitted proposals.
For instructions on how to apply for this limited submission opportunity, download the Guidelines and Instructions.
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