STELAR’s ITEST Proposal Development Course is an online, self-paced, and resource-rich course in which novice NSF proposal writers will develop a full proposal for the ITEST program to be submitted for the August 13th, 2021 solicitation deadline.
Join STELAR on Thursday, February 18 at 3 pm ET for an introduction to the course, an overview of the materials, and a descriptions of the activities that will guide the proposal writing process.
STELAR will host NSF Program Officers for a final Q&A session designed for those planning to submit ITEST proposals on August 14, 2020. This session will be held as an “office hours” style discussion, and will be geared towards answering the more technical questions around completing the required proposal sections and finalizing your submission. Bring your questions ahead of the August 14 deadline.
STELAR is hosting a webinar on behalf of the National Science Foundation to share details of the recently-released Dear Colleague Letter: (NSF 20-101). Division Director for the
Join NSF Program Officers Monica Cardella and Amy Wilson-Lopez for an additional opportunity hear about the goals of the ITEST program and key aspects of the solicitation, and to hear tips on how to develop a competitive proposal. Questions submitted by participants will be addressed during the presentation, as well as during the extended Q&A session.
STELAR is hosting National Science Foundation Program Officers for a series of informative webinars on the Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) Program’s Solicitation (NSF 19-583). This year, we will host an informational webinar on April 30, followed by a question and answer session on May 20. Participants are encouraged to register for both sessions as preparation for the August 14 solicitation deadline.
In December the National Science Foundation convened nearly 60 Principal Investigators from projects funded through the Dear Colleague Letter (NSF-086) “Enabling the Future of Making to Catalyze New Approaches in STEM Learning and Innovation.” The NSF EAGER Maker Summit: Charting the Future of Making in STEM Education tasked these projects with exploring topics of interest to NSF and the Maker community.