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Of possible interest to liberal arts CS folk....

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From: Robert Beck <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 9:55 AM
Subject: NCWIT Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award
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Colleagues,



I need your help as the leaders of the SIGCSE Committee on Computing in
Liberal Arts Colleges.  Would you please spread the word about the
Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award to all your constituents who teach
CS at a liberal arts college.  Nominations for the award can be made
through the NCWIT website at

https://www.ncwit.org/project/ncwit-undergraduate-research-mentoring-award



The two categories of awards of particular interest are those for senior
faculty at non-PhD institutions and for junior faculty at the same
institutions.  I know that many liberal arts colleges pride themselves on
the research opportunities offered to undergraduates.  The NCWIT Academic
Alliance would like to recognize some outstanding mentors of these students.



The nomination process is simple and needs to be completed by October 30.
Once nominated, the candidate is asked to provide more information about
the students and their projects along with an abbreviated CV.



The rewards are great:  a free trip to Grapevine, TX in May and a $5000
grant to the winner’s department to continue to support undergraduate
research.



Thanks for your help.



Bob





Robert E. Beck

Co-Chair NCWIT Academic Alliance

Professor, Department of Computing Sciences

Villanova University


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