- Year 2023
- NSF Noyce Award # 2151135
- First Name Sarah
- Last Name Hartman
- Institution Wayland Baptist University
- Role/Position PI
- Workshop Category Track 1: Scholarships and Stipends
- Workshop Disciplines Audience Chemistry, Computer Science, Geosciences, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Other, Physics
- Target Audience Co-PIs, Other Faculty/Staff, Project PIs
- Topics Partnerships for Success (High-need schools/informal institutions/industry/community), Program Management and/or Sustainability, Recruiting with Retention in Mind, Resources for Teachers, Supporting New Teachers/Induction
- Session Length 75 minutes minutes
- Additional Presenter(s)
Don A. Williams
1. Goal One of this session is to provide session attendees with ideas for recruiting candidates to the Noyce program.
2. Goal Two of this session is to provide attendees with tips for successful partnerships with a local high school(s) and/or community college.
3. Goal Three of this session is to provide attendees with lessons learned from our Year One of the grant program.
This session will present on anecdotal/qualitative research as our program is in Year One of the Noyce grant.
This session is aimed to assist programs who have been newly awarded a National Science Foundation Noyce STEM Education grant. Attendees will receive ideas for recruiting candidates to their programs. Attendees will also receive tips for successful partnerships with their local high schools and 2-year colleges. This session will also provide attendees with lessons learned from Year One of the grant program. Lessons learned will include items such as the creation and submission of required paperwork, how to keep all senior personnel of the grant connected throughout the academic year and the grant process, how and when to connect with your assigned Managing Program Officer, etc. Definitions of terms will also be provided. Finally, session attendees will hear specific insight as to what Year One experiences have been like, for a Continuing Grant, as provided by a Principal Investigator.