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Story Collider Event & NSF Education and Training Application

Story Collider Presents: Stories on Movement

The Story Collider is delighted to partner with Boise State University and share stories from their undergraduate program in Mechanical Engineering. Join them for an evening of five true, personal stories about movement. Whether it’s traveling around the world to figure out who you are, changing directions in your career or shifting your perspective – we move. This event will be hosted by Gastor Almonte and Meisa Salaita.

When: November 15th. Doors open at 6:00 pm MDT. Show starts at 6:30 pm MDT.
Location: The Lookout Room, Student Union Building
Livestream available to attend the event remotely.

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NSF’s Education & Training Application

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recently set up an Education & Training Application (ETAP) website as a new front door for both principal investigators and applicants to help more easily coordinate NSF national and international opportunities in educational research or teaching to support students, teachers, or postdocs. On the website you can set up, advertise, and track opportunities and then complete reporting, all from a single secure platform. For applicants, you can create an NSF ETAP account and prepare a core application that can then be used to apply to multiple opportunities instead of starting over for each application.