June 12, 2018
Update: Interested in Partnering? Register Now for the Webinar on July 18th
On behalf of the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force, Battelle is seeking an experienced partner interested in developing new and innovative ways to carry out the Tri-Service Junior Science and Humanities Symposium – a high caliber high school research competition – as part of a consortium of partners formed by the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense and executed by the U.S. Department of the U.S. Army.
We are looking to work with an organization that has similar STEM goals, specifically serving students from underserved populations and military dependents. JSHS addresses the nation’s need for diverse, agile and highly competent STEM professionals.
In collaboration with our new STEM partner, we plan to work together to promote this program to better meet objectives, maximize impact and provide more enriching STEM opportunities to our students. The application requirements for this partnership include a cover letter, a technical component in which applicants should discuss strategy and implementation plan, a collaboration plan, a budget and a budget justification, biographical sketches and a bibliography with references.
If you have programmatic questions, contact David Burns with Battelle. If you have contractual questions, contact Brian Panoff, also with Battelle.
David Burns, Director of STEM Innovation Networks
Brian Panoff, Senior Contracts Manager
Solicitation Announcement June 12, 2018
Opportunity Webinar July 18, 2018 (details below, registration required)
Proposals Due August 3, 2018
Notification of Award September 10, 2018
Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS)
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