[ugrads] FW: Article on International Activities of the US National Science Foundation in "bridges"
fasshauer at iit.edu
Thu Feb 26 15:32:48 CST 2009
See the email below about the NSF PIRE (Partnerships for International
Research and Education) program. Austria seems to be encouraging
Associate Chair and Director of Undergraduate Studies
Department of Applied Mathematics
Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago, IL 60616
Office: Engineering 1, Room 208A
email: fasshauer at iit.edu or fass at math.iit.edu
Phone: (312) 567-3149
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From: Caroline Adenberger [mailto:bridges at ostina.org]
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2009 11:03 AM
To: Greg Fasshauer
Subject: Article on International Activities of the US National Science
Foundation in "bridges"
Dear Mr. Fasshauer,
The Office of Science & Technology (OST) at the Embassy of Austria in
Washington, DC, invites you to read the article
"International Activities and the US National Science Foundation"
in the current issue of "bridges," the OST's online magazine on science
and technology policy in Europe and North America.
In the academic year of 2008, Professor Hans Lischka from the
University of Vienna, Austria, hosted five US undergraduates at his
Institute for Theoretical Chemistry. During their research stay in
Vienna, the students applied methodologies that were developed by Prof.
William Hase of Texas Tech University and Prof. John Tully of Yale
Such exchanges of undergraduate students are made possible by the US
National Science Foundation's Partnerships for International Research
and Education (PIRE) grant.
In their article, the authors Shireen Yousef and Jennifer
Slimowitz-Pearl of NSF not only list a full range of international
cooperation programs for scientists of all levels, but also give
examples of American and Austrian institutions involved in such
We thought this article, which is also available as a podcast, might be
of special interest to you. Please feel free to send this information
to colleagues and others you know who might also be interested.
We wish you an enjoyable reading and listening experience!
With best regards,
Office of Science & Technology
Embassy of Austria
3524 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008-3027 USA
Tel: +1 (202)895-6795
Fax: +1 (202)895-6750
Email: adenberger at ostina.org
bridges - The OST's Magazine on S&T Policy
OST Scientist Network
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