The 2022 NSF/CHE Early Career Investigator Workshop
March 16, 2022
The 2022 NSF Chemistry Early Career Investigator Workshop, Apply Now!
The 2022 edition of the Early Career Investigator Workshop is scheduled to take place June 6-7 in Alexandria, VA. This in-person workshop is being organized by Dr. Christina Li (Purdue University) and Dr. Steven Lopez (Northeastern University). The workshop will bring together early-career faculty along with established faculty mentors and program officers in chemistry to discuss strategies for crafting research ideas, planning educational and outreach activities, and assessing and evaluating project goals.
The deadline for application is April 8, 2022. For more information visit: https://www.nsfcareerworkshop.com
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