AISL (Advancing Informal STEM Learning) CHIPS Microelectronics DCL Q&A Session


The AISL program team has put together a series of live webinars and recorded presentations that highlight recent changes to the AISL solicitation (NSF 22-626) as well as other proposal preparation aspects submitters will find helpful. There are six “topic focused” live webinars plus three open sessions for questions and answers.  The structure for each live webinar includes a presentation plus Q&A.

The AISL Program is conducting open “Office Hours” on the recently launched Dear Colleague Letter: Advancing Microelectronics Education This open session will discuss how the DCL supports opportunities to advance microelectronics within informal STEM education. We advise that you review a recorded webinar prior to attending. Register here.

Please note: These webinars and resources do not replace the need for all submitters to read the AISL Solicitation (NSF 22-626) and the NSF Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG).

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