Applications are actually open for the Neurodiversity Inspired Science and Engineering (NISE) graduate trainee program. The deadline to use is June 15.
Sponsored by an NSF Research Traineeship grant, the NISE program takes a novel method to the coaching of engineers and scientists engaged in advancing the way forward for work on the human expertise frontier (FW-HTF).
NISE engages college students throughout STEM disciplines within the improvement, deployment and commercialization of FW-HTF approaches and gadgets that help neurodiverse people and/or are impressed by their skills.
The NISE program builds on the distinctive strengths of the Vanderbilt School of Engineering’s Frist Center for Autism and Innovation and the Vanderbilt Graduate School.
All graduate college students might apply to affiliate with this system. Students in eligible STEM packages and who’re U.S. residents or everlasting residents may also request fellowship help. Eligible packages for fellowship help embody the School of Engineering (all graduate packages), College of Arts and Science (pure sciences graduate packages), School of Medicine (primary sciences graduate packages) and Graduate School (information science).
Trainees who full all of the obligatory parts of the NISE program will obtain a Graduate Certificate in NISE (pending approval). Mandatory parts embody a group analysis challenge, a communication expertise workshop and three graduate faculty seminar programs concerning the science, software and collaborative approaches of NISE.