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2013 Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships Deadline Announced

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Jul 4 2012

Each award is for up to $25,000 in maintenance grants and up to $20,000 in tuition support for each year of graduate study supported, a total of as much as $90,000.  The prizes are awarded to new graduate students that are also new Americans under 31 years of age.  Submission deadline is November 9, 2012.  Additional details can be found on the website, http://www.p

National Science Foundation Call for Entries: Visualization Challenge

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Jun 18 2012

 

International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge Call for Entries

Engineering and Computer Science Camps at the University of Texas Arlington

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Jun 18 2012

University of Texas Arlington  - Gateway to Engineering Summer Camp-Sunday, June 24, 2012 to Friday, June 29, 2012. For 5th to 8th Grade Students. 

Location: 416 Yates Street, Arlington, Texas - 76010

  

Registration for the 2012-2013 Future City Competition is Now Open

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Jun 18 2012

Future City Registration is now open!  New to the program this year, we are now accepting registrations from afterschool programs and groups.  Register today or learn more about the Future City Competition at www.futurecity.org

National Engineers Week Foundation Newsletter #15 April 18, 2012

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Apr 21 2012

 

In This Week's Edition

 

1. Get Your "Passport to Engineering" at the USA Science & Engineering Festival.

NAE Fall 2012/Spring 2013 Award Noms due April 2

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Feb 11 2012

The National Academy of Engineers is seeking nominations for its Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 awards below. 

The first 3 are $500,000 cash awards and the latter 2 are medals.  Detailed descriptions and nomination instructions can be found at http://www.nae.edu/Activities/Projects/Awards.aspx.

 

Nominations due March 31 for National Medal of Technology and Innovation

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Feb 5 2012

The Medal is the Nation’s highest honor for technological achievement and innovation. It is authorized by Congress and presented annually by the President of the United States.

 

The Medal is awarded to individuals, teams (up to four individuals), companies or divisions of companies for their outstanding contributions to the Nation’s economic, environmental and social well-being through the development and commercialization of technological products, processes and concepts; technological innovation; and strengthening the Nation’s technological workforce.

 

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