By Andres Purpuro, Program Assistant, CERP
Are you an active NSF CISE award recipient with a Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) Plan? Or are you a computing researcher interested in deepening your understanding of how BPC efforts get funded?
Join us for the next BPCnet.org BPC Community Forum webinar on Friday, February 2 at 12 p.m. ET for a discussion led by the National Science Foundation’s Jill Denner on the recent Dear Colleague Letter for BPC Supplements.
The letter, published in December, invites recipients with certain active CISE awards (e.g., CISE Core, SaTC, CPS) with BPC plans to submit requests for BPC Supplements, which are strongly encouraged to be submitted by March 31. Join our BPC Community Forum to learn more about the eligibility for BPC Supplements, the nature of their support, preparation and submission tips, and reporting BPC activities and outcomes.
Registration is required to attend this Zoom webinar event. After registering with your name and email address, you will receive an email confirmation with the Zoom webinar link.
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About Jill Denner
Jill Denner is a Program Director at the National Science Foundation. Currently serving as a rotator in the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate in the Education and Workforce (EWF) cluster, she manages programs, contracts, and cooperative agreements related to program evaluation and broadening participation in computing from K-12 through higher education. Her programs include Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), Computer Science for All (CSforAll), Computer Science Graduate Fellowships (CSGrad4US), Computing in Undergraduate Education (CUE), and Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC).