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- Syracuse University has a number of helpful presentations that are available on-line and may be of interest:Submitting Proposals to the NSF recording and slidesNSF CAREER Awardee Panel Discussion recording and slidesData Management Planning recording and slidesLogic Models for Project […]
- NSF’s Presentation on Funding for AnthropologistsTake a look at NSF’s Presentation on Funding for Anthropologists to learn about funded projects, how to know whether your research is a […]
- NSF Programs Seek Volunteer Reviewers "Are you interested in helping NSF review proposals? Many NSF programs are searching for volunteer reviewers. Some, like Build and Broaden and Perception, […]
- Big News from NSF for 2023 ApplicantsNSF PAPPG Changes Coming January 2023 “The National Science Foundation (NSF) has posted a draft of the 2023 Proposal and Award Policies and […]
- Help with Current and Pending Support Documents“A new NSF Policy Office Webinar covering Current and Pending Support is now available on-demand in the Resource Center , where you’ll also find a […]
- NSF’s Division of Environmental Biology information and resourcesNSF’s Division of Environmental Biology offers some terrific information and resources as well as “office hour” presentations on a range of topics.
- Gearing Up for 2023: Implementing the NIH Data Management and Sharing PolicyRead more about NIH’s efforts toward “Gearing Up for 2023: Implementing the NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy.”
- 5 Tips on How to Work with an NSF Program OfficerWhatever the phase of your research career, it is a good idea to reach out to an NSF program officer as the first step in the application process.
- No Need to Write that DMP On Your Own!The Library has created a helpful guide for faculty researchers on how to get started writing your Data Management Plan (DMP).