NSF Grant Writing Workshop
Co-sponsored by Dr. Doug Delahanty, Associate Vice President, Research Faculty Development, RASP and College of Arts and Sciences
- Richard Ferdig, Summit Professor of Learning Technologies and Professor, Educational Technology (ETEC);
- Mary Ann Raghanti, Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology;
- Torsten Hegmann, Director, Advanced Materials & Liquid Crystal Institute (AMLCI) and Professor and Ohio Research Scholar in Science & Technology of Advanced Nanomaterials
Location: Virtual format TBD - please check back
The National Science Foundation is the funding source for approximately 24 percent of all federally supported basic research conducted in many fields such as mathematics, computer science, natural and social sciences. But did you know that there many different types of funding opportunities and that NSF also funds major educational and education research grants, and even grants for technology development?
The goals of this workshop are to provide faculty with information about different NSF funding mechanisms. Three speakers will share their experiences with different types of applications and awards, including funding for research, undergraduate and graduate educational programs, and liaisons with industry. In addition, we will discuss the new requirements for use of ORCID ID and SciENcv.