Federal Funding Roundup: Robots anyone?

A new crop of funding opportunities, including science and technology education, human-robot interaction, and an alluring call for diverse, high-risk NIH proposals. NSF EHR Core Research (ECR): Building Capacity in STEM Education Research  ECR: BCSER supports activities that enable early and mid-career researchers to acquire the requisite expertise and skills to conduct rigorous fundamental research in STEM education.

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CLA supports PhD graduates seeking non-academic careers

The leadership of the College of Liberal arts is committed to ensuring that each CLA PhD graduate finds a job that is professionally rewarding, intellectually stimulating, and paid commensurate with the qualifications and abilities of the candidate. However, this goal cannot be met solely by focusing on the academic market.

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Call for Proposals 2020 Symposium on Education in Entertainment and Engineering

The Department of Theatre and The School of Engineering Education at Purdue University and the Entertainment Engineering and Design Program at UNLV announce the second annual Symposium on Education in Entertainment and Engineering, to be held July 2020. This event aims to foster discussion, collaboration, and dissemination of work related to instruction and training of students seeking careers where engineering and live entertainment converge.

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Spring 2020 Digital Humanities Course Offerings in Information and Library Science

Three timely courses for graduate students interested in digital humanities and computational approaches to social science. ILS 695 Computational Text Analysis Computational analysis of textual data has become increasingly important in the worlds of digital humanities, digital history, data science, and computational social science.

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