Center for Advancing Science & Engineering Capacity

Center for Advancing Science & Engineering Capacity

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  • The Center for Advancing Science & Engineering Capacity aims at supporting U.S. female faculty and researchers in STEM to broaden their research networks and seek international collaborations with foreign counterparts. With support and funding from the National Science Foundation, the program "...
  • The Center for Advancing Science & Engineering Capacity is currently seeking applicants who are interested in attending the Gender Summit 6 (GS6) , in Seoul, South Korea, on August, 24-31, 2015. The summit is focused on gender issues in scientific research and is organized under the theme of...
  • Assistant Professor Fulbright Scientific Mobility Scholar Department of Nutrition & Food Science Wayne State University 123 Life Sciences maria.pontes.ferreira@wayne.edu Dr. Ferreira received her PhD from Baylor University in Exercise, Nutrition, & Preventive Health. She is also a Mayo...
  • Mechanistic studies on the interactions of polyphenols with their physiological targets: Exploitations of Optical Spectrscopy, Calorimetry and Microscopy SNAPSHOT Dr. Sengupta’s project “Mechanistic studies on the interactions of polyphenols with their physiological targets: Exploitations of...
  • FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES - Facilitating Research at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions: Research in Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) and Research Opportunity Awards (ROA) - Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) - Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) -...
  • Goal & components The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Directorate for Education and Human Resources Programs and the AAAS International Office are implementing the program Mentoring Women in International Research Collaborations (MWIRC) in STEM . The objective is to...
  • The MWIRC program was evaluated by an independent entity through the use of surveys and interviews with 15 PIs, 16 mentees and 26 reviewers. The overall response rate was from all 15 PIs, 14 mentees and 14 reviewers. The evaluation report highlighted important findings and concluded summary...
  • Poverty alleviation and economic empowerment through scientific research & innovation: Better Knowledge From and For Africa 28-30 April 2015, Cape Town, South Africa MWIRC program supported the participation of two STEM Female Faculty to GS5-Africa: Dr Lolita Gray and Dr Sarah Johnson . Both...