The Howard Hughes Medical Institute announces a new competition for science education grants to research universities. We expect to make up to 35 awards of up to $2.5 million each over five years. The goal of the initiative is to enable universities to develop and implement strategies that will significantly increase the persistence in science of undergraduate
students from all backgrounds.
Successful proposals will effectively present the rationale for each of the proposed activities, so that it is clear how the activity will contribute to the objective of student persistence at the institution. We seek bold ideas grounded in evidence-based strategies.
Each invited university is limited to one proposal.
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