[TOS] NSF-Funded Professors Workshop, June 18-20, 2018, Philadelphia, PA
shivananda.poojara at ritindia.edu
Fri Mar 9 03:05:04 UTC 2018
Myself Mr.Shivananda Poojara from India, can I apply with my own travel
Thanks and Regards
On 9 Mar 2018 4:38 a.m., "Heidi Ellis" <heidi.ellis at wne.edu> wrote:
> *NSF-Funded HFOSS Workshop, June 18-20, 2018, Philadelphia, PA*
> *POSSE alums, encourage your colleagues to attend! *
> Join over 125 faculty members from over 100 institutions who have
> participated in the Professors' Open Source Software Experience (POSSE)
> workshop. This NSF-funded workshop helps full-time faculty at U.S.
> institutions support student learning from humanitarian free and open
> source software (HFOSS). HFOSS is open source software that has a
> humanitarian purpose such as disaster management, health care, or economic
> development.Additional Information: http://foss2serve.org
> Workshop Format
> Unlike many workshops in which the content is concentrated in the
> face-to-face meeting, this workshop has three stages:
> Stage 1 - Starts April 23rd, 2017 with online activities. These
> activities will take 2-3 hours/week and include interaction among workshop
> instructors and participants.
> Stage 2 - The face-to-face workshop held at Drexel University in
> Philadelphia, PA, June 18-20, 2018. Participants will include the workshop
> organizers, POSSE alumni, and open source community members.
> Stage 3 - Starts immediately after stage 2 and consists of online
> activities and interactions among small groups so that participants will
> have support while involving students in an HFOSS project in the classroom.
> How to Apply:
> To apply, please complete and submit the application available at:
> http://foss2serve.org/index.php/POSSE_2018-06. Prior work with FOSS
> projects is not required and multiple faculty members at the same
> institution are encouraged to apply.
> Submit your application by April 2nd. We will notify you of the status of
> your application by September 16th 2018.
> Participant Support:
> POSSE is supported by the National Science Foundation and Red Hat, Inc. Due
> to the funding source, we can only support full-time faculty at U.S.
> institutions. However, if you can support your own travel, please do
> submit an application. NSF funding will provide 2 nights lodging and meals
> during the workshop for full-time faculty based in the United States.
> Travel costs will also be covered up to $500.
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