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Graduate Research Supplements (GRS) to Current ENG Awards to Broaden Participation

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Name Email Phone Room
Omnia  El-Hakim oelhakim@nsf.gov (703) 292-2149   
Larry  Goldberg lgoldber@nsf.gov (703) 292-8339   
Deborah  J. Jackson djackson@nsf.gov (703) 292-7499   
Marshall  M. Lih mlih@nsf.gov (703) 292-4608   
Mary  Toney mtoney@nsf.gov (703) 292-7008   
Juan  E. Figueroa jfiguero@nsf.gov (703) 292-7054   

SYNOPSIS

The establishment of Graduate Research Supplements (GRS) reflects the continuing effort by ENG to promote increased participation of new Ph.D. students in all fields of engineering research with particular emphasis on individuals from underrepresented groups.  The long-term goal of GRS is to increase the number of persons from underrepresented groups in advanced academic and professional careers.  According to the NSF 2003 Survey of Doctorate Recipients (SDR), among teaching faculty in engineering, there are 10.3 percent women, 3.9 percent African American, 3.3 percent Hispanic, 0.4 percent American Indian/Alaskan Native and 7.1 percent persons with disabilities. With such exceedingly low levels of faculty from underrepresented groups, ENG recognizes that these underrepresented groups represent a significant untapped technical resource for the nation.


RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Dear Colleague Letter - FY 2012 Graduate Research Diversity Supplements (GRDS) to Current Engineering Awards to Broaden Participation (NSF 12-007)

RELATED URLS

Fastlane User Guide for Supplemental Funding Requests - (Do not submit a full proposal for this opportunity.)



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