TWO SHADES OF RED: The National Science Foundation has announced an updated solicitation for the Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) program, and it includes two tracks: (i) Innovation, and (ii) Adaptation and Implementation (A&I). “The goal of the RED program is to catalyze revolutionary, not incrementally reformist, changes to the education of the next generation of engineers. Revolutionary means radically, suddenly, or completely new; producing fundamental, structural change; or going outside of or beyond existing norms and principles.” For more information and deadline, see solicitation NSF 19-614. and register for an informational webinar on October 10. The webinar will be recorded and available for review on the program webpage. Researchers are encouraged to contact Program Director Edward Berger (email@example.com) before committing to write a proposal.
Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) program
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