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NSF 101 Webinar1

Description

Join Dr. Anna Fisher, Program Director, Developmental Sciences Program, and Dr. Steven Breckler, Program Director, Social Psychology Program, from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) for an overview of the NSF, its organizational structure, research funding priorities, and how to build relationships with program directors. In this 1-hour webinar, you will learn more about (1) How the NSF is structured; (2) The focus of the Developmental Sciences and Social Psychology programs; (3) How to identify grant opportunities and submit investigator-initiated opportunities; (4) How NSF implements its merit review process; (5) How to identify the best fit for your proposal; (6) Tips for success in communicating with NSF program directors; and (7) NSF resources and training. This webinar is targeted toward early career researchers and advanced doctoral students. Although most of NSF’s funding opportunities are U.S.-based, the presenters will touch on opportunities to partner with international collaborators and to propose research that includes a component outside of the U.S. Participants can submit questions for the presenters ahead of time upon registration for the webinar. Moderated by Dr. Suzanne Le Menestrel, SRCD Director of Science Affairs.

August 27, 2024
Tue 11:00 AM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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