This presentation produced by the Centers Collaborative for Technical Assistance consists of three parts:
1. Unique characteristics of grant funding, presented by Elaine Craft, Director of SC ATE Center of Excellence,
2. 15 helpful tips for moving up to larger project grants, presented by Elizabeth Teles, NSF , Program Director, and
3. Resources for preparing a competitive NSF/ATE grant proposal, presented by Mel Cossette, Director of MathEdU.
This resource contains a link to the webinar and the pdf of the PowerPoint presentation. Contact information for the presenters is included on the last slide.
|Alternate Title||Helpful Tips to Move up to Larger NSF ATE Project Grants|
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