NSF fosters entrepreneurship, innovation through new awards for I-Corps nodes September 27, 2016
NSF awards $25 million in new projects in support of the Computer Science for All Initiative September 16, 2016
Maryland school district showcases computer science education at all levels September 15, 2016
The Division of Graduate Education (DGE) provides funding to support graduate students and the development of novel, innovative programs to prepare tomorrow's leaders in STEM fields.
HRD programs support and promote activities that seek to strengthen STEM education for underserved communities, broaden their participation in the workforce, and add to our knowledge base about programs of inclusion.
DUE focuses on strengthening STEM education at two- and four-year institutions by improving curricula, instruction, laboratories, infrastructure, assessment, diversity of students and faculty, and collaborations.
DRL seeks to improve STEM learning for people of all ages by promoting innovative research, development, and evaluation of learning and teaching across all STEM disciplines in formal and informal learning settings.