[pccgrads] Fwd: [Escience_bbl] Fwd: NSF EAPSI Program for U.S. Graduate Students in Science and Engineering: *November 12, 2015* proposal submission deadline

Luanne Thompson luanne at uw.edu
Fri Oct 16 05:45:17 PDT 2015


FYI
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From: Bill Howe <billhowe at cs.washington.edu>
Date: Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 10:25 AM
Subject: [Escience_bbl] Fwd: NSF EAPSI Program for U.S. Graduate Students
in Science and Engineering: *November 12, 2015* proposal submission deadline
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FYI. NSF opportunity for students to spend 8 weeks studying in Australia,
China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, or Taiwan. (10 weeks in Japan.)


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From: OISE East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes <eapsi at nsf.gov>
Date: Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 1:55 PM
Subject: NSF EAPSI Program for U.S. Graduate Students in Science and
Engineering: *November 12, 2015* proposal submission deadline
To: OISE East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes <eapsi at nsf.gov>


Dear Colleagues:



Please feel free to share this resource for graduate students on your
website and/or via your list-serves. We look forward to receiving proposals
from your graduate students.







The National Science Foundation (NSF) East Asia and Pacific Summer
Institutes (EAPSI) Fellowship Program provides U.S. graduate students in
science and engineering with an opportunity to spend 8 weeks (10 weeks for
Japan) during the summer conducting research at one of the seven host
locations in East Asia and Pacific: Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New
Zealand, Singapore, and Taiwan. The program is a collaboration between NSF
and counterpart agencies in each host location.



EAPSI is open to graduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent
residents and are enrolled in a research-oriented Masters or Ph.D. program
in science or engineering. Applicants must propose a research project in a
field of science, engineering or STEM education supported by NSF, including
Engineering; Computer and Information Science and Engineering; Mathematical
and Physical Sciences (Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry,
Materials Science); Biological Sciences; Geosciences; Social, Behavioral,
and Economic Sciences; Education (STEM); and Multidisciplinary Research in
these fields. Applicants identify and contact host researchers on their
own, prior to submitting their EAPSI proposal; lists of prospective host
institutions are available at the end of each Handbook.



NSF provides EAPSI Fellows with a $5,000 stipend and roundtrip airplane
ticket to the host location. Our foreign counterparts provide in-country
living expenses and accommodations (arrangements vary by host location).
Please see www.nsf.gov/eapsi for additional information for the Program
Solicitation (NSF 13-593); host location-specific Handbooks; How to Apply
Guide; and Helpful Tips for Applicants.





In 2016, approximately 211 EAPSI Fellows travel to seven locations in the
East Asia and Pacific:

Australia – 26

China – 40

Japan – 65

Korea – 25

New Zealand – 15

Singapore – 15

Taiwan - 25



The application submission deadline for the Summer 2016 is *November 12,
2015*.



*EAPSI Informational **Webinar for applicants will be conducted on Fri,
Oct. 23 at 2:00 pm ET*. Log-in instructions are available at
www.nsf.gov/eapsi













































*Elena Hillenburg*

Program Specialist

National Science Foundation

Office of International & Science & Engineering

East Asia & Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) Program

4201 Wilson Blvd, II-1155

Arlington, VA 22230

703.292.2993 - Direct

703.292.8710 - Main Office Line

703.292.9067 - Fax

ehillenb at nsf.gov

http://www.nsf.gov/od/iia/ise/

http://www.nsf.gov/eapsi












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