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Unlock Research & Education Opportunities: Apply for the SEN STEM Workshop 2024 with Dr. Juan Arratia! [Open for Nepalese participants only]

Don’t miss this chance to learn from leading experts, network with peers, and unlock your potential in STEM research! Join The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) and esteemed partners for an intensive workshop in Kathmandu, led by renowned STEM educator Dr. Juan Arratia!

Gain valuable skills in research methodology, harnessing AI for data analysis, effective communication, and crafting impactful research presentations.

SEN is a leading NGO empowering individuals through research, capacity building, and awareness-raising initiatives. SEN emphasizes research and effective science communication initiatives, spanning from grassroots school-level engagement to high-level policy discussions. Serving as a bridge between the public and private sectors, academia, and government agencies,

SEN in collaboration with Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN), Fulbright, Nepal Development Research Institute (NDRI), Tribhuvan University, and UNESCO invites early career professionals, researchers, students, and educators to the SEN STEM workshop in Kathmandu, Nepal.

About the workshop

The workshop will feature in-depth discussions on the National Science Foundation (NSF), Model Institution for Excellence (MIE), and Saturday Research Academy (SRA) which will support:

  • Craft compelling research questions that tackle critical challenges
  • Analyse data using cutting-edge AI tool
  • Present findings through impactful research posters and hone your scientific communication skills

The workshop will be led by Fulbright specialist Dr. Juan Arratia, President and Founder-Research Professor and Mentor of the Scientific Caribbean Foundation, Inc., San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA. He received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring at a ceremony held at the White House in Washington, D.C in 2007.

Dates: 18 – 29 February 2024

Deadline of applications: 8 February 2024

How to apply:

Submit an application with CV and research interests through our online form or scan the QR code in the poster.

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