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Press Release 13-042
Chile Is Latest to Partner With NSF Through GROW

Research collaboration between NSF and Chile offers new international opportunity for NSF Graduate Research Fellows

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Sebastian Pinera, Jose Miguel Aguilera, Subra Suresh signing of the GROW agreement at a table.

CONICYT President José Miguel Aguilera and NSF Director Subra Suresh sign the GROW agreement, while Chilean President Sebastián Piñera (left) and U.S. Ambassador to Chile Alejandro D. Wolff watch.

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GROW is a coordinated effort that enhances international collaborative research opportunities for NSF Graduate Research Fellows.

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The agreement was signed at the CONICYT headquarters in Santiago, Chile.

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Through an effort called Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW), NSF has expanded and enhanced the ability for GRFs to be hosted by a science agency in a partner country for a period of three to 12 months. While overseas, they can receive a living allowance from the host country as they pursue their research in a host institution. They will also be eligible to receive an international travel allowance from NSF. NSF's goal is to continue to broaden the program over time by bringing in new international partners to expand opportunities. In this video Graduate Research Fellows discuss the advantages of the international research collaborations they undertook as part of their graduate experiences.

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