Empowering the Teachers
The Empowering the Teachers (ETT) program enables young Nigerian and Ugandan faculty in science and engineering to collaborate with faculty at MIT in developing new curriculum and teaching methods. The desired objective of the program is for the ETT Fellows to return to their countries as agents of change using the knowledge and skills gained during their semester-long fellowship.
Empowering the Teachers 2013 deadlines
The deadline for applications FROM NIGERIA is closed
The deadline for applications FROM UGANDA is Sunday, December 1
MIT-South Africa connects MIT students and faculty with research and innovation around the South Africa. This summer, the program will send its first MIT student-interns.
Current hosts include:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, November 15, 2013
MIT-GSL formally known as MIT-AITI
MIT Global Start-up Labs (MIT-GSL) is a multidisciplinary group of MISTI that promotes development in emerging regions by cultivating young technology entrepreneurs by exporting MIT's best practices for catalyzing technology startups. MIT-GSL develops curriculum materials, software technologies, platforms, and networks that enable undergraduate students in emerging regions to innovate in the area of mobile technologies.
Since 2000, MIT-GSL has held 43 programs in 10 emerging nations with over 130 MIT instructors and 1,800 participants.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sunday, November 10, 2013