Thursday, September 29, 2016, 2:30-3:30pm
Global collaboration is and will continue to be one of the driving forces of success in science and engineering. Please join the ACS International Center and Dr. Rebecca Keiser in a conversation on the role of the National Science Foundation in preparing for a globally engaged U.S. workforce. Dr. Keiser will provide insight into some of NSF’s leading ideas for encouraging global STEM collaboration. She will also discuss how U.S. government policies may impact your science at home and abroad and provide an overview of NSF’s many programs for student and early career scientists to be competitive in the global chemistry and STEM communities.
Register to join the event via live web stream or at ACS Headquarters, Othmer Building 1155 16th Street NW Washington, DC