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How can PIs demonstrate that their projects have “advanced knowledge”?
2016

NSF’s Intellectual Merit criterion is about advancing knowledge and understanding within a given field or across fields. Publication in peer-reviewed journals provides...

Communicating Results from Prior NSF Support
2016

ATE proposal season is many months away in early October, but if you are submitting for new funding this year, now is...

Project Spotlight: PATHTECH Successful Academic & Employment Pathways in Advanced Technologies
2016

Will Tyson is PI for Path Tech, an ATE targeted research project. He is an associate professor of sociology at the University...

2016 Winter
2016

This is the pdf version of our Winter 2016 Newsletter. This issue is focused on proposal development. File: Click Here Type: Newsletter...

Shorten the Evaluation Learning Curve: Avoid These Common Pitfalls
2015

This EvaluATE newsletter issue is focused on getting started with evaluation. It’s oriented to new ATE principal investigators who are getting their...

Survey Says Fall 2015
2015

The ATE program supported nearly 1,300 programs at 2-year colleges and secondary schools across the country in 2014. The full report of...

Collaborative Evaluation
2015

A collaborative evaluation is one “in which there is a significant degree of collaboration or cooperation between evaluators and stakeholders in planning...

How can you make sure your evaluation meets the needs of multiple stakeholders?
2015

We talk a lot about “stakeholders” in evaluation. These are the folks who are involved in, affected by, or simply interested in...

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