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Centers for Research Excellence in Science and Technology

CREST Center awards provide support to enhance the research capabilities of Minority-serving institutions (MSIs) through the establishment of centers that effectively integrate education and research. CREST Center awards promote the development of new knowledge, enhancements of the research productivity of individual faculty, and an expanded presence of students historically underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Successful CREST Center proposals will demonstrate a clear vision and integration of STEM research and education and will align with the mission of the Division of Equity for Excellence in STEM (EES) with respect to the development of a diverse STEM workforce.

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Dec 06, 2024


Open Data Science Conference (East 2024)

Bringing together the global data science community for an intercultural exchange of innovative ideas focusing in machine learning, deep learning, NLP, MLOps, and data engineering. The conference will be a great opportunity for networking and will include training sessions, workshops, talks, and a career expo.

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Professional Learning

InSTEP: Free personalized professional learning

InSTEP is a new way to offer personalized professional learning to support teachers and instructional coaches in developing expertise in teaching statistics and data science and grades 6-12. With InSTEP you can:

- Personalize learning to meet your professional needs through customized recommendations, collaborative spaces, and choice of learning modules and microcredentials.
- Build your skills in data investigations and innovative teaching approaches based on practices of data professionals and research on students’ learning with data.
- Expand your professional collection of resources and technology vetted by experts in statistics and data science education.
- Earn certificates to apply to CEUs.

Provided By:

NC State University, College of Education



ISTELive 24

ISTELive is one of the world’s most comprehensive edtech events, attended by a global contingent of education leaders, teachers, coaches, librarians/media specialists and more. By attending ISTELive 24, you’re not just going to a conference, you’re venturing into the future of learning! With nearly 1,000 sessions presented by global experts, you’ll get practical strategies you can implement in your school or district right away.

Provided By:

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)


Registration until date of event

Skill building

DataCamp Donates

DataCamp Donates is providing access to free data science training opportunities worth over $399 USD!

DataCamp offers over 410 courses on the latest technologies, practice exercises to sharpen your skills, assessments to test your knowledge on the subject matter, and projects that stem from real world queries. You'll even get access to extra features like Workspace, Certification, and Jobs!

DataCamp is committed to providing data training and bridging the skill gap. K-12 educators are the primary target applicants for this program, though anyone may apply.

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Creating Equitable Pathways to STEM Graduate Education

The Higher Education Program at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation is continuing its investment in
Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs)1
and in the establishment of partnerships between MSIs and
graduate programs nationwide. Core to the mission of the Foundation is the belief that original
research and education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) drives our
nation’s health and prosperity and necessitates the talent of our entire citizenry. Sloan’s Creating
Equitable Pathways to STEM Graduate Education grants will engage the expertise of MSIs—and the
unique experiences of their faculty and students—to model effective systems and practices that remove
barriers and create opportunities for equitable learning environments in STEM graduate education so
all students can thrive. G

Provided By:

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation


July 1, 2024

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