Grad students: NSF wants your ideas on improving graduate education

The Division of Graduate Education at the National Science Foundation is challenging STEM graduate students across the country to submit innovative ideas to prepare them for tomorrow’s opportunities and challenges.

The 2013 Innovation in Graduate Education Challenge will help ensure that graduate students’ voices are part of the larger national dialogue about graduate education modernization. Ideas can be directed toward students, faculty, departments, institutions, professional societies, and/or federal agencies.

Winners will receive from $1,000 to $3,000, as well as national recognition for their ideas. Deadline to submit your ideas is April 15, 2013.

Community choice voting that opens on May 15 and closes on May 29, 2013. All entries that are chosen for the final round of judging will be open to community choice voting.

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