IGERTIntegrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship
IGERTIntegrated Graduate Education Research and Training (various locations)
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2 million National Science Foundation grant called the Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship grant, or IGERT, a unique initiative aimed at training doctoral students to tackle investigations from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Financial Engineering; IGERT Fellow, Center for the Study of Complex Systems.
Using discourse analysis to study a cross-disciplinary learning community: insights from an IGERT training program.
Acknowledgments This research was supported in part by the National Science Foundation through its IGERT program at the University of Texas at Austin "Indoor Environmental Science and Engineering - An Emerging Frontier" (NSF grant # DGE-0549428).
In fact, that was the choice made by Rhoten and Hackett in their evaluative study of NSF's IGERT Program.
The IGERT collaboration brings together companies, researchers and academics to innovate in a multi-university model that will help Oregon compete on a global scale.
The junior author is supported by a NSF IGERT fellowship (DGE-9972810 to Amelia K.
HERL was recently awarded the IGERT (Interdisciplinary Research Training in Assistive Technology) from the National Science Foundation, which will provide five years of graduate-student tradIng.
We are increasing the stipends for graduate study in our Graduate Research Fellowships; our GK-12 program, which opens up opportunities for graduate students to work in the schools; and our IGERT program (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeships).
IGERT is a relatively new NSF program based on a paradigm that promotes interdisciplinary, integrated programs in industry and government.
The IGERT program supports education and research that integrates multiple disciplines by drawing purposefully from different disciplines' approaches both to research and to emerging research questions that the scientific community has had neither the knowledge base nor technology to address.