We are proud to support the international collaborative efforts of the Cross-Disciplinary Scholars in Science and Technology (CSST) program that invites highly accomplished students to study and engage in scientific research at UCLA. The students are supported by institutional agreements with universities abroad and scholarships from their home institutions.
Our educational efforts are driven by the help and support of dedicated graduate students and post-doctoral scholars who specialize in nanoscience-related research. They bring expertise and enthusiasm to the creation, development, and implementation of our workshop programming for teachers and students as well as the general public through our Nanoscience at the Mall program in our local communities. For more information on how to get involved with our educational outreach efforts:
Our professional development initiatives are implemented in collaboration with UCLA’s Professional Development for Graduate Students and Post-Doctoral Scholars. We co-host a wide range of workshops and invite distinguished speakers who provide insight and expertise on professional and career development topics.
Academic Courses & Certified Training
We are continually developing innovative educational opportunities and professional training for our faculty, graduate students, and post-doctoral scholars. In partnership with UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, we have developed a course, Entrepreneurship for Science, Medicine and Technology (ESMT), aimed at cultivating the entrepreneurial ecosystem of UCLA. For enrollment details and additional information about our certificate training opportunities:
GIVE TO SUPPORT A BRIGHTER FUTURE THROUGH NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
The Nanoscience Workshop for Teachers program is driven by the contribution of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars whose participation is made possible with the support of NSF awards: Material Creation Training Program IGERT, Clean Energy for Green Industry IGERT, and CHE-1112569. Gifts to CNSI’s educational programs help support outreach efforts, learning and training opportunities for future scientists and researchers.