The STEMGradStudents.science.gov site was established to be the primary source for searching Federally-sponsored opportunities for graduate students and graduate study programs in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) areas. These advanced degree opportunities range from graduate fellowships and research internships that graduate students can apply to directly to funding opportunities for academic institutions to establish innovative graduate training programs.
The STEMUndergrads.science.gov site was established to be the primary source for searching Federally-sponsored opportunities for undergraduate students and undergraduate programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) areas. These opportunities range from scholarships and research internships that undergraduate students can apply to directly to funding opportunities for academic institutions to establish innovative undergraduate training programs.
- Postdoctoral/Terminal Degree Required
- Students Pursuing an Advanced Degree
- Postdoctoral & Current Students Pursuing an Advanced Degree
- Bachelor’s Degree Required (Minimum)
ENGAGING SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS IN POLICY
The Engaging Scientists and Engineers in Policy (ESEP) Coalition is an ad hoc alliance of organizations that have joined together to empower scientists and engineers to effectively engage in the policy making process at all levels of government (federal, state and local). ESEP serves as a resource one-stop-shop, a communication forum, networking opportunity and as an engagement vehicle for science and technology policy stakeholders.
ESEP is co-chaired by staff at the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Association of American Universities. Further information and details on how to join are available here.