NSF STEM Diversity & Inclusion Video Exhibition Challenge

Have you been the recipient of NSF funding for a project that included partnerships for
increasing diversity and inclusion in the STEM workforce?
Want to win one of (4) $2,500 Expert’s Choice Awards or one of (2) $1250 People’s Choice
Awards AND be featured on various NSF platforms?
Then don’t miss this chance to enter the
NSF STEM Diversity and Inclusion Video Exhibition Challenge
The National Science Foundation (NSF) invites you to submit a 1- to 3-minute video that
showcases how your NSF-funded work has led to innovative, effective, and replicable
approaches to building a diverse and inclusive science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics (STEM) workforce through partnerships.
Who can enter?
Any primary investigator (PI or Co-PI) that has been or is currently supported by NSF. You must
be 18 or older to enter and a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident as of June 25, 2020. An NSF
award number is required for submission.
What are the entry categories?
Entries may be submitted by individuals or teams of up to four people in any of the following categories:

  1. Informal STEM Education
  2. PreK-12 STEM Education
  3. STEM Higher Education
  4. STEM Alliances
    How will videos be judged?
    Videos will be evaluated by a panel of judges, based on the following criteria:
  5. Approach, Impact and Sustainability (40%)
  6. Visual Appeal (15%)
  7. Effective Communication (25%)
  8. Originality (20%).
    Submission Deadline
    June 25, 2020
    For more information on how to submit an entry, visit the competition website:
    http://www.nsf.gov/ehr/stemdive.jsp

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