Broader Impacts for NSF Career Awards
March 31, 2017 at 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Location: HSEB Rm. 1750
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has seen an increase in research that broadly impacts society and diverse communities. Due to the important initiative of this research, the Broader Impacts for NSF Career Awards workshop was developed to help researchers incorporate broader impacts into their grant NSF CAREER grant proposal. Hosted by iUTAH EPSCoR and the Office of the Vice President for Research, please join us for a two-hour workshop on advice and tips on writing a grant proposal that explains how your research will benefit society.
The registration deadline has been extended to March 13. Please click here to register.
NSF CAREER Grant Writing Workshop
May 10th at 9 am – 1 pm
Location: Eccles Board Room (1850 WEB)
The College of Engineering, The College of Science, and the VP for Research office are jointly sponsoring an NSF CAREER Grant Writing Workshop. Any faculty on campus planning to submit an NSF CAREER grant for the July 2017 deadlines are welcome to join us for these workshops.
Dr. Cynthia Furse (ECE and AVP for Research) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Eric Eddings (Assoc. Dean for Research, College of Engineering)
Aaron Fogelson (Assoc. Dean for Research, College of Science)
To register, please click HERE.
BEFORE THE WORKSHOP
- Review the NSF CAREER Website
- View this introduction to NSF Career Grants, from an NSF Program Officer. ‘What is a CAREER grant and how to do it right!’ by
Dr. Richard Inouye, NSF Biology Directorate
- Think of and bring a 1-paragraph description of what you would like to accomplish in your grant.
- (Recommended) Get the NSF Grant Application Writer’s Workbook
9:00 AM Overview of the parts of your NSF Career Proposal
Overview of Resources (online) for NSF proposal writing
10:00 AM Research Plan & Your Killer App (bring a 1-paragraph description of what you would like to accomplish in your grant)
10:40 AM Advice from a Chair (Education plans, Department Letter of Support)
11:00 AM Education Plans – UofU Resources for Education & Outreach
12:00 PM Lunch provided (please RSVP) — Examples of Successful Career Grants (recent awardees joining us for lunch)