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EHR Advisory Committee

The role of the Advisory Committee for the Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) is to provides advice, guidance, recommendations, and oversight concerning NSF's science and engineering programs. This includes effective and efficient strategies for assessing the condition of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education in the U.S., evaluating program results, achieving overall program balance, evaluating program results, and long-term strategic planning.

Dr. Ronald A. Williams, Prince Georges Community College, serves as the Chair of the Committee. The Advisory Committee membership consists of 20-25 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education experts. A list of committee members is provided. Advisory Committee meetings are held each year in May and November.


Advisory Committee Links

  1. Advisory Committee Roster

  2. Future Meetings

  3. November 2003 Committee Minutes

  4. Advisory Committee Briefing Materials

  5. EHR COV Reports, 2003-1999

Publications of Interest

  1. Contact ACEHR Committee

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