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CAREER Webinar on May 15, 2018

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) has scheduled a webinar from 1 PM to 3 PM on May 15, 2018

https://www.nsf.gov/events/event_summ.jsp?cntn_id=244740

 

The NSF CAREER Coordinating Committee hosts a webinar to answer participants' questions about development and submission of proposals to the NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER). The webinar will give participants the opportunity to interact with members of the NSF-wide CAREER Coordinating Committee in a question-and-answer format.

In preparation for the webinar, participants are strongly encouraged to consult material available on-line concerning the CAREER program. In particular, the CAREER program web page has a wealth of current information about the program, including:

Additionally, there is a video of a live presentation about the CAREER program accessible through the library of videos from a recent NSF Grants Conference.

How to Submit Questions

Participants may submit questions about CAREER proposal development and submission in advance of the webinar by sending e-mail to:  careerwebinarqs [at] nsf [dot] gov  Questions received by May 11, 2018 will be considered for inclusion in the webinar.

Please note that questions regarding eligibility for the CAREER program in any individual case will not be addressed during the webinar.  Questions about the CAREER program that are not covered during the webinar should be directed to the appropriate NSF Divisional contact shown on the web page http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/career/contacts.jsp 

Registration

Participants should register in advance at the web page 
https://nsf.webex.com/nsf/onstage/g.php?MTID=e1dd0a274fcc95e58f42bc7d3490834b4.

How to Access the Webinar

Video and audio for the webinar are provided separately.

  • Video (no sound provided):
  • Audio:
    • Call 1-877-951-7311 (USA toll free)
    • Participant passcode: 5332898
    • For real-time closed captioning, visit http://fedrcc.us/ and input event confirmation number 3582723.
    • US-based participants who are out of the country during the webinar may obtain an international dial-in number by sending a request to careerwebinarqs [at] nsf [dot] gov

NSF CAREER Program Webinar Presentation Slides

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program for Submission in Years 2017 - 2019  (NSF 17-050)

 

This announcement is posted on the CAREER webpage: ​https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503214

Announcing Missouri Transect Seed Funding for Data Visualization

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Missouri EPSCoR is releasing its second Missouri Transect Seed Funding Request for Proposals (RFP). Click the hyperlinks to download the RFP, Budget Form, and Intent to Submit Form.  The Intent to Submit Form is due Friday, September 23, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.  The Full Proposal and Budget Form are due Friday, October 21, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.  You must send an Intent to Submit form in order for your full proposal to be considered.

Please send all correspondence to epscor [at] missouri [dot] edu

RFP Snapshot:

Program Name

The Missouri Transect Seed Funding

Source of Funds

The Missouri Transect Seed Funding is part of the NSF EPSCoR Track-1 Research Infrastructure Improvement program The Missouri Transect: Climate, Plants and Community (IIA-1355406).

Purpose

The Missouri Transect is a five-year effort to build infrastructure, knowledge, and collaborations in research and education across Missouri. The Missouri Transect Seed Funding program supports new research and educational initiatives to leverage new opportunities and emerging areas of research in Data Visualization.

Eligibility

Individuals, independent researchers, and educators at accredited academic institutions and research institutions in Missouri are eligible to apply.  Only projects with research and/or education in areas related to the Missouri Transect’s focus on the effects of climate variability on plants and communities are eligible for Seed Funding. The Strategic Plan for the Missouri Transect can be found at https://missouriepscor.org/about/strategic-plan.

The anticipated Period of Performance is January 3 – December 29, 2017. 

Award Amount and Duration

The total project budget should be a maximum of $50,000 in direct costs over a span of 12 months.

Downloads:

Request for Proposals Announcement, due October 21 to epscor [at] missouri [dot] edu

Budget Form (Excel Spreadsheet), due October 21 to epscor [at] missouri [dot] edu

Intent to Submit Form, due September 23 to epscor [at] missouri [dot] edu

CAREER Webinar

Event date(s): Tuesday, May 15, 2018


Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) has scheduled a webinar from 1 PM to 3 PM on May 15, 2018

https://www.nsf.gov/events/event_summ.jsp?cntn_id=244740

 

The NSF CAREER Coordinating Committee hosts a webinar to answer participants' questions about development and submission of proposals to the NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER). The webinar will give participants the opportunity to interact with members of the NSF-wide CAREER Coordinating Committee in a question-and-answer format.

In preparation for the webinar, participants are strongly encouraged to consult material available on-line concerning the CAREER program. In particular, the CAREER program web page has a wealth of current information about the program, including:

Additionally, there is a video of a live presentation about the CAREER program accessible through the library of videos from a recent NSF Grants Conference.

How to Submit Questions

Participants may submit questions about CAREER proposal development and submission in advance of the webinar by sending e-mail to:  careerwebinarqs [at] nsf [dot] gov  Questions received by May 11, 2018 will be considered for inclusion in the webinar.

Please note that questions regarding eligibility for the CAREER program in any individual case will not be addressed during the webinar.  Questions about the CAREER program that are not covered during the webinar should be directed to the appropriate NSF Divisional contact shown on the web page http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/career/contacts.jsp 

Registration

Participants should register in advance at the web page 
https://nsf.webex.com/nsf/onstage/g.php?MTID=e1dd0a274fcc95e58f42bc7d3490834b4.

How to Access the Webinar

Video and audio for the webinar are provided separately.

  • Video (no sound provided):
  • Audio:
    • Call 1-877-951-7311 (USA toll free)
    • Participant passcode: 5332898
    • For real-time closed captioning, visit http://fedrcc.us/ and input event confirmation number 3582723.
    • US-based participants who are out of the country during the webinar may obtain an international dial-in number by sending a request to careerwebinarqs [at] nsf [dot] gov

NSF CAREER Program Webinar Presentation Slides

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program for Submission in Years 2017 - 2019  (NSF 17-050)

 

This announcement is posted on the CAREER webpage: ​https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503214

Data Visualization Seed Funding Proposal Due

Event date(s): Friday, October 21, 2016


Missouri EPSCoR is releasing its second Missouri Transect Seed Funding Request for Proposals (RFP).  The seed funding program focuses on data visualization and public engagement.  The Intent to Submit Form is due Friday, September 23, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.  The Full Proposal and Budget Form are due Friday, October 21, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.  You must send an Intent to Submit form in order for your full proposal to be considered.  To download the RFP, Letter of Intent, and Budget Form, go to the Seed Funding Announcement.
 
Please send all correspondence to epscor [at] missouri [dot] edu
 
RFP Snapshot:

 
Program Name
The Missouri Transect Seed Funding
 
Source of Funds
The Missouri Transect Seed Funding is part of the NSF EPSCoR Track-1 Research Infrastructure Improvement program The Missouri Transect: Climate, Plants and Community (IIA-1355406).
 
Purpose
The Missouri Transect is a five-year effort to build infrastructure, knowledge, and collaborations in research and education across Missouri. The Missouri Transect Seed Funding program supports new research and educational initiatives to leverage new opportunities and emerging areas of research in Data Visualization.
 
Eligibility
Individuals, independent researchers, and educators at accredited academic institutions and research institutions in Missouri are eligible to apply.  Only projects with research and/or education in areas related to the Missouri Transect’s focus on the effects of climate variability on plants and communities are eligible for Seed Funding. The Strategic Plan for the Missouri Transect can be found at https://missouriepscor.org/about/strategic-plan.
 
The anticipated Period of Performance is January 3 – December 29, 2017.
 
Award Amount and Duration
The total project budget should be a maximum of $50,000 in direct costs over a span of 12 months.

Tech Transfer Seed Funding Proposal Due

Event date(s): Friday, October 7, 2016


Missouri EPSCoR is releasing its second-round Missouri Transect Seed Funding Request for Proposals (RFP).  Missouri EPSCoR investigators with Missouri Transect and the Plant Imaging Consortium are eligible for the seed funding track, Technology Transfer/Commercialization.  The Proposal and Budget Form are due Friday, October 7, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.

Download the RFP

Download the Budget Form

Please send all correspondence to epscor [at] missouri [dot] edu
 
RFP Snapshot:

Program Name
The Missouri Transect Seed Funding: Technology Transfer/Commercialization
 
Description
Proof of concept seed funding is available for Missouri Transect investigators that have developed a key discovery or innovation in the course of their research and have identified a possible pathway toward commercialization.  Those applications demonstrating a high probability for commercialization as a project deliverable will receive preferential consideration.  Proof of concept can be different for specific technologies – in some cases it may be building a prototype or minimally viable product while in other cases it may mean demonstrating market demand for a particular technology.  Regardless of definition, seed funds are intended to accelerate movement of new innovations to commercialization pathways. Proposals with good probability for moving a product, process, and/or device toward commercialization are invited for funding consideration.  Proposals should include technology assessment, market assessment, intellectual property disposition, team qualifications, and commercialization strategy. A copy of invention disclosure forms (or equivalent) should be included in the Appendix. Awards are limited to $50,000 for one year and require a 1:1 match in non-federal funding.
 
Eligibility
Missouri EPSCoR investigators are eligible to apply.
 
Award Amount and Duration
The total project budget should be a maximum of $50,000 in direct costs over a span of 12 months.
 
Proposal Due Date
October 7, 2016

Data Visualization Seed Funding Proposal Letter of Intent Due

Event date(s): Tuesday, September 6, 2016 to Friday, September 23, 2016


Missouri EPSCoR is releasing its second Missouri Transect Seed Funding Request for Proposals (RFP).  The seed funding program focuses on data visualization and public engagement.  The Intent to Submit Form is due Friday, September 23, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.  The Full Proposal and Budget Form are due Friday, October 21, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.  You must send an Intent to Submit form in order for your full proposal to be considered.  To download the RFP, Letter of Intent, and Budget Form, go to the Seed Funding Announcement.
 
Please send all correspondence to epscor [at] missouri [dot] edu
 
RFP Snapshot:

 
Program Name
The Missouri Transect Seed Funding
 
Source of Funds
The Missouri Transect Seed Funding is part of the NSF EPSCoR Track-1 Research Infrastructure Improvement program The Missouri Transect: Climate, Plants and Community (IIA-1355406).
 
Purpose
The Missouri Transect is a five-year effort to build infrastructure, knowledge, and collaborations in research and education across Missouri. The Missouri Transect Seed Funding program supports new research and educational initiatives to leverage new opportunities and emerging areas of research in Data Visualization.
 
Eligibility
Individuals, independent researchers, and educators at accredited academic institutions and research institutions in Missouri are eligible to apply.  Only projects with research and/or education in areas related to the Missouri Transect’s focus on the effects of climate variability on plants and communities are eligible for Seed Funding. The Strategic Plan for the Missouri Transect can be found at https://missouriepscor.org/about/strategic-plan.
 
The anticipated Period of Performance is January 3 – December 29, 2017.
 
Award Amount and Duration
The total project budget should be a maximum of $50,000 in direct costs over a span of 12 months.