30 Sep1 Oct 2002
Hyatt Regency Washington
For whom: This conference will bring together various selected grantees
supported by the Directorate for Engineering, the Directorate for Computer
Information Science and Engineering, and the Directorate for Education and Human
Purpose: The reason for this conference is to share results, ideas, educational
innovations, and experiences obtained through National Science Foundation
sponsored research and curriculum development efforts. This interchange is
expected to promote awareness, dissemination, and evaluation of new curricula
and pedagogy and accelerate their adoption and implementation.
Requirement: To facilitate the interchange, all grantees are expected to prepare
a brief (200300 words) summary document highlighting key objectives and
accomplishments of their grants for Web posting.
- Distinguished guest speaker
- Grantee networking
- Showcase sessions (details will follow later)
- NSF program meetings
- Breakout groups by topic areas
- Highlight document requests (details will follow later)
Other information: Travel and lodging costs and arrangements are the responsibilities of the participants. A registration fee will cover some of the costs for meals and printed meeting materials. An online registration form will be included on the conference Web site, which will be up by May 31.