National Science Foundation wants to hear from graduate students

03/26/2013 | Chemical & Engineering News

Graduate students are being given the opportunity to voice their own ideas as part of a National Science Foundation project to upgrade graduate education. "We want them to identify an issue in graduate education, propose their solution and then we want them to justify how that solution would make an impact on graduate students and/or graduate education," NSF fellow Kate Stoll said of the agency's new Innovation in Graduate Education Challenge essay contest.

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