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Join ISSR for the "NSF FELLOWSHIP EXPERIENCE" PANEL DISCUSSION

Friday, September 5, 2014 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Bartlett 107/ ISSR Lab
 
DESCRIPTION
Fall is fast approaching and with it comes the NSF Fellowship application deadlines. ISSR, in collaboration with the UMass Graduate School, has pulled together an expert panel on maneuvering the NSF Fellowship application process. The panel will discuss everything from the resources available to you as a University of Massachusetts Amherst graduate student, to administrative logistics and student recipient advice.  This event is highly recommended for first and second year graduate students. Please join us and bring your questions! 

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*Pre-registration is highly recommended for this event*

*lunch will be provided*  

FEES

Free


MEET YOUR PANEL

James A. Kitts, Professor of Sociology will give his observations in evaluating Graduate Research Fellowship applications over the past decade. James has been a panelist for the GRF competitions in Sociology, Psychology, and Engineering, as well as research grant panels for the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and Department of Defense.
 
Ember Skye Kanelee is a graduate student in the Department of Sociology and NSF Fellowship recipient. Embers' research interests include: sports, gendered inequality, sexuality, race, class, social movements and intersectionality.
 
Sarah Vega-Liros is the Research Business Manager Liaison at ISSR. Sarah supports students in navigating grant applications; getting students from the conceptual stage to submitting the proposal by deadline. 

Heidi Bauer-Clapp, Heidi Bauer-Clapp is Coordinator of Grants and Fellowships in the Graduate School's Office of Professional Development. Heidi supports grad students in the process of applying for external funding. Heidi is also a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology whose research focuses on the challenges and opportunities communities face when remembering painful aspects of the past.