story by Claire Miller
Lauren Margulieux, assistant professor in the Department of Learning Sciences, will serve as a panelist for a faculty webinar entitled, “National Science Foundation (NSF) Career Awards: Tips and Advice for Proposal Preparation,” scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 9, from 1-2:30 p.m.
The virtual event, hosted by Georgia State University’s Office of University Research Services and Administration, is geared toward early career faculty interested in learning more about applying for NSF Career Awards.
Margulieux was one of two CEHD faculty selected for NSF’s Faculty Early Career Development Program last year. She received $486,631 to integrate computing coursework into all teacher preparation programs at Georgia State University, with the goal of preparing teachers across disciplines to be comfortable incorporating computing-integrated activities in their lessons.
Attendees at the Nov. 9 webinar will receive tips and advice from the NSF reviewer’s perspective and listen to a panel of Georgia State faculty discussing their experiences preparing and submitting their own career proposals.
To register, click here.