EMEC offers external evaluation for projects of various educational levels and subject areas. Our staff is available to work with clients prior to proposal submission to assist with developing an evaluation plan often required by the funding agency.
Grant writing can be a difficult task, particularly for those new to the process. EMEC staff is available to assist with the grant proposal preparation process. Our staff has experience preparing proposals for both federal and state level agencies.
Do you have an interesting, innovative idea that you would like to implement, but are not sure how to proceed or secure funding? Or, do you have funds available but are not sure the most effective means to use them? EMEC has staff available to consult with your team about your ideas.
EMEC offers staff development for K-12 schools in the areas of science, mathematics, and technology. Our staff development is highly interactive, standards-based, and pertinent to the classroom.
EMEC will develop experiences for your staff that are tailored to your specific needs.
Ferner, Wilkinson, & Heath had the manuscript "Using Patterns to Teach Parallel Computing" accepted for the Fourth NSF/TCPP Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing Education (EduPar-14) which will be held May 19, 2014 in Phoenix.
Barbara and Anthony Heath attended the UNCW Scholarship Donor dinner in February.
EMEC celebrated their 10th Anniversary during January 2014. Thank you to all who joined us for the lunch and open house.
The EMEC scholarship established at UNCW has been awarded to Katelyn Kerns, a junior computer science major focusing on digital arts. Congratulations!
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