The U.S. National Science Foundation Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) plays a significant role in supporting and advancing scientific research and innovation. Many CISE program directors, science advisors and leaders are rotators on temporary leave from their home institutions to work for a period of one to four years.
Being a CISE rotator has many benefits, including:
Exposure to programs and research that leads to innovation.
Expansion of knowledge and skill sets on funding, science policy, project management and outreach.
Professional network growth that includes government agencies, policymakers, researchers and community leaders.