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ANTARCTIC RESEARCH

Description

Scientific research, and operational support of that research, are the principal activities supported by the United States Government in Antarctica. The goals are to expand fundamental knowledge of the region, to foster research on global and regional problems of current scientific importance, and to use Antarctica as a platform from which to support research. For projects involving fieldwork, the U.S. Antarctic Program supports only that research that can be done exclusively in Antarctica or that can be done best from Antarctica. The program also supports analytical research performed at home organizations.

Planning is underway for the International Polar Year, 2007-2009, with NSF designated as the lead agency for the United States. NSF recently released the solicitation "International Polar Year" (NSF 06-534), which focuses on specific emphases areas in science, education, and outreach. However, IPY-relevant proposals (as outlined in the National Academy of Science vision document, http://www.us-ipy.org) that are outside these emphasis areas may be submitted to this Antarctic Research solicitation. Additional information concerning other NSF IPY-related funding opportunities is available at http://www.nsf.gov/od/opp/ipy/ipyinfo.jsp. For information concerning other Federal agencies and their IPY programs, please go to the U.S. government interagency IPY site at http://www.us-ipy.gov/.

Contacts
FastLane Help Desk   fastlane@nsf.gov
Alexandra Isern   aisern@nsf.gov
Kelly Falkner   kfalkner@nsf.gov
Lisa Clough   lclough@nsf.gov
Lisa Clough   lclough@nsf.gov
Roberta Marinelli   rmarinel@nsf.gov
Sonia Esperan├ža   sesperan@nsf.gov
Thomas Wagner   twagner@nsf.gov
Vladimir Papitashvili   vpapita@nsf.gov
Mark Kurz   Mkurz@nsf.gov
Alexandra Isern   aisern@nsf.gov
Julie Palais   jpalais@nsf.gov
Marie Bundy   mbundy@nsf.gov
Peter Milne   pmilne@nsf.gov
Roberta Marinelli   rmarinel@nsf.gov
Julie Palais   jpalais@nsf.gov
Marie Bundy   mbundy@nsf.gov
Peter Milne   pmilne@nsf.gov
Roberta Marinelli   rmarinel@nsf.gov
Thomas Wagner   twagner@nsf.gov
Vladimir Papitashvili   vpapita@nsf.gov
Diana Nemergut   dnemergu@nsf.gov
Julie Palais   jpalais@nsf.gov
Kelly Falkner   kfalkner@nsf.gov
Lisa Clough   lclough@nsf.gov
Peter Milne   pmilne@nsf.gov
Thomas Wagner   twagner@nsf.gov
Vladimir Papitashvili   vpapita@nsf.gov
Bernhard Lettau   blettau@nsf.gov
Jessie Crain   jlcrain@nsf.gov
Julie Palais   jpalais@nsf.gov
Peter Milne   pmilne@nsf.gov
Roberta Marinelli   rmarinel@nsf.gov
Vladimir Papitashvili   vpapita@nsf.gov
Bernhard Lettau   blettau@nsf.gov
Charles Amsler   camsler@nsf.gov
Jessie Crain   jlcrain@nsf.gov
Timothy McGovern   tmcgover@nsf.gov
Thomas Wagner   twagner@nsf.gov
Vladimir Papitashvili   vpapita@nsf.gov
Alexandra Isern   aisern@nsf.gov
Jessie Crain   jlcrain@nsf.gov
James Swift   jswift@nsf.gov
Nature McGinn   nmcginn@nsf.gov
Jessie Crain   jlcrain@nsf.gov
Marco Tedesco   mtedesco@nsf.gov
Jessie Crain   jlcrain@nsf.gov
Timothy McGovern   tmcgover@nsf.gov
Timothy McGovern   tmcgover@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Polar Programs (PLR)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, Effective 2013 to 2013

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, Effective 2014 to 2020

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, Effective 2015 to 2019
Further Info: or the first business day after this date

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 2, 2005

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 7, 2006

Full Proposal — Window: April 15, 2004 through June 4, 2004

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 7, 2006

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: May 25, 2010

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 7, 2007

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: May 2, 2008
Further Info: For proposals for research on the Oden during Nov-Dec 2008

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 6, 2008
Further Info: For all proposals for antarctic work other than work proposed on Oden for Nov-Dec 2008

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 8, 2009

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: May 31, 2012

Full Proposal — Target Date: June 6, 2011
Further Info: Proposal submission after the target date should be discussed in advance with the appropriate program director.

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, 2015

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, 2016

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 17, 2017

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 16, 2018

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, 2019

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, 2020

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, 2016
Further Info: or the first business day after this date

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 17, 2017
Further Info: or the first business day after this date

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 16, 2018
Further Info: or the first business day after this date

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: April 15, 2019
Further Info: or the first business day after this date

Announcement(s)
Announcement: NSF 13-527

Additional Information



Biodiversity & Ecosystems Dynamics

Biogeochemical Cycles

Climate Variability & Change

Cyberinfrastructure

Decision Making & Uncertainty

Diversity

Elementary & Secondary Education

Environmental Services & Valuation

Experiments, Models, & Their Interactions

Freshwater Resources, Estuaries, & Coastal Environments

LONG-TERM ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Description

This is part of a continuing series of solicitations as part of the NSF's Long-Term Ecological Research Program (LTER) and is the third solicitation from the Directorate for Geosciences in support of the LTER Program.  This solicitation seeks proposals to augment this nationally and internationally recognized research program, and to support long-term research in fundamental, interdisciplinary environmental science.

Contacts
David Garrison   dgarriso@nsf.gov
Saran Twombly   stwombly@nsf.gov
David Garrison   dgarriso@nsf.gov
Gayle Pugh   gpugh@nsf.gov
Thomas Baerwald   tbaerwal@nsf.gov
David Garrison   dgarriso@nsf.gov
Lisa Clough   lclough@nsf.gov
Peter Milne   pmilne@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE)
Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO)
Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)
Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE)
Division of Polar Programs (PLR)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)
Division of Environmental Biology (DEB)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 13, 2004

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: March 21, 2012

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: March 14, 2014

Announcement(s)
Announcement: NSF 12-524

Additional Information



MARINE GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS

Description

The Marine Geology and Geophysics program supports research on all aspects of geology and geophysics of the ocean basins and margins, as well as the Great Lakes.

The Program includes:

  • Structure, tectonic evolution and volcanic activity of the ocean basins, the continental margins, the mid-ocean ridges, and island arc systems
  • Processes controlling exchange of heat and chemical species between seawater and ocean rocks
  • Genesis, chemistry, and mineralogic evolution of marine sediments
  • Processes controlling deposition, erosion and transport of marine sediments
  • Past ocean circulation patterns and climates and
  • Interactions of continental and marine geologic processes

Contacts
Bilal Haq   bhaq@nsf.gov
Barbara Ransom   bransom@nsf.gov
Donna Blackman   dblackma@nsf.gov
Candace Major   cmajor@nsf.gov
Katherine Walther   kwalther@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)

Deadline(s)


Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2005

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2006

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2007

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2008

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2009

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2010

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2011

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2012

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2013

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2014

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2015

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2006

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2007

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2008

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2009

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2010

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2011

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2012

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2013

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2014

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2015

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



Human Health & the Environment

ANTARCTIC ORGANISMS AND ECOSYSTEMS

Description

The goal of the Antarctic Organisms and Ecosystems Program is to improve understanding of organisms and their interactions within the biosphere and geosphere. The program supports projects directed at all levels of biological organization from molecular, cellular, and organismal, to communities and ecosystems up to regional and global scales. Investigators are encouraged to develop and apply theory and innovative technologies to understand how organisms adapt to and live in high-latitude environments and how populations and ecosystems may respond to global change. Particular emphases include:

  • Marine ecosystems. Polar marine environments are characterized by complex interactions among biotic, chemical and physical processes, in areas that include the marginal ice-zone, continental shelves, polynyas, and open-ocean systems. Topics include interactions among trophic levels, factors influencing primary and secondary production, and the ecological role of organisms in biogeochemical cycling. Remote sensing techniques, long-term observations, and modeling are appropriate tools to enhance this area of research.

  • Terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems. Organisms in ice-free areas, in ephemeral streams, and in perennially ice-covered lakes show remarkable persistence in the face of harsh conditions. Research on adaptive mechanisms, in the context of the present day hydrologic and biogeochemical environment, is encouraged. The McMurdo Dry Valleys of southern Victoria Land are of particular interest due to the large body of data available through ongoing research programs, including the McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER, but other locations can be proposed. Research in support of future field exploration of subglacial lakes is also considered.

  • Population dynamics, physiological ecology, and adaptation. The extremes of light, temperature, and moisture have resulted in unusual adaptations within organisms at all levels of organization. Research concerning metabolic, physiological, and behavioral adaptations of marine and terrestrial organisms, their population dynamics, and their diversity, is encouraged. Of special interest are processes occurring during the austral winter. Long-term observations are also supported, with the goal of understanding the impact of environmental change on organismic and ecological processes.

  • Genomics. "Genome-enabled" biology provides a foundation for understanding the genetic basis of organism-environment interactions. The unusual antarctic environment presents a compelling natural laboratory for the study of environmental genomics. A National Research Council report, Frontiers in Polar Biology in the Genomics Era, addresses some of these opportunities.

Contacts
Charles Amsler   camsler@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Polar Programs (PLR)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 2, 2005

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: June 7, 2006

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SEPARATIONS

Description

The goal of the Chemical and Biological Separations (CBS) program is to generate novel methods and materials for separation processes.  These processes are central to the chemical, biochemical, materials, energy, and pharmaceutical industries.  A fundamental understanding of the interfacial, transport, and thermodynamic behavior of multiphase chemical systems as well as quantitative descriptions of processing characteristics in the process-oriented industries is critical for efficient resource management and effective environmental protection.  The program encourages proposals that address emerging research areas and technologies, have a high degree of interdisciplinary thought coupled with the generation of fundamental knowledge, and the integration of education and research.

Research topics of particular interest include fundamental molecular-level work on:

  • Nanostructured materials for separations
  • Biorenewable resource separation processes
  • Purification of drinking water
  • Field (flow, magnetic, electrical) induced separations
  • Separation of molecular constituents from blood

Innovative proposals outside of these specific interest areas can be considered.  However, prior to submission, it is recommended that the PI contact the Program Director to avoid the possibility of the proposal being returned without review.

The duration of unsolicited awards is generally one to three years.  The typical award size for the program is around $100,000 per year.  Proposals requesting a substantially higher amount than this, without prior consultation with the Program Director, may be returned without review.  Small equipment proposals of less than $100,000 will also be considered and may be submitted during the annual submission window.

INFORMATION COMMON TO MOST CBET PROGRAMS

Proposals should address the novelty and/or potentially transformative nature of the proposed work compared to previous work in the field.  Also, it is important to address why the proposed work is important in terms of engineering science, as well as to also project the potential impact on society and /or industry of success in the research.  The novelty or potentially transformative nature of the research should be included, as a minimum, in the Project Summary of each proposal.

Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) program proposals are strongly encouraged.  Award duration is five years.  The submission deadline for Engineering CAREER proposals is in July every year. Please see the CAREER URL here for more information.

Proposals for Conferences, Workshops, and Supplements: PIs are strongly encouraged to discuss their requests with the Program Director before submission of the proposal.

Grants for Rapid Response Research (RAPID) and EArly-concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) are also considered when appropriate.  Please note that proposals of these types must be discussed with the program director before submission.  Further details are available in the Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) download found hereGrant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry (GOALI) proposals that integrate fundamental research with translational results and are consistent with the application areas of interest to each program are also encouraged.  Please note that GOALI proposals must be submitted during the annual unsolicited proposal window for each program. More information on GOALI can be found here

COMPLIANCE: Proposals which are not compliant with the Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) will be returned without review.

Unsolicited proposals received outside of the Announced Proposal Window dates will be returned without review.

Contacts
Rosemarie Wesson   rwesson@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems (CBET)
Directorate for Engineering (ENG)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Window: October 1 through October 20, Effective 2015 to 2016

Full Proposal — Window: February 1 through March 1, Effective 2007 to 2008

Full Proposal — Window: August 15 through September 15, Effective 2007 to 2008

Full Proposal — Window: February 1 through March 1, Effective 2007 to 2008

Full Proposal — Window: February 1 through March 1, Effective 2008 to 2008

Full Proposal — Window: August 15 through September 15, Effective 2008 to 2008

Full Proposal — Window: February 1 through March 1, Effective 2009 to 2009

Full Proposal — Window: October 1, 2014 through November 5, 2014

Full Proposal — Window: October 1, 2016 through October 20, 2016

Full Proposal — Window: February 1, 2006 through March 1, 2006

Full Proposal — Window: August 15, 2005 through September 15, 2005

Full Proposal — Window: February 1, 2007 through March 1, 2007

Full Proposal — Window: August 15, 2009 through September 17, 2009

Full Proposal — Window: February 1, 2010 through March 3, 2010

Full Proposal — Window: August 15, 2010 through September 23, 2010

Full Proposal — Window: February 1, 2011 through March 3, 2011

Full Proposal — Window: August 15, 2011 through September 15, 2011

Full Proposal — Window: August 15, 2012 through September 18, 2012

Full Proposal — Window: September 27, 2013 through October 29, 2013

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Description

The Ecology of Infectious Diseases program solicitation supports the development of predictive models and discovery of principles for relationships between anthropogenic environmental change and transmission of infectious agents. To that end, research should focus on understanding the ecological determinants of transmission by vectors or abiotic agents, the population dynamics of reservoir species, and transmission to humans or other hosts. Proposals may focus on either terrestrial, freshwater, or marine systems and organisms. Proposals that focus on disease systems of public health concern to developing countries are strongly encouraged. Proposals are encouraged to include links to the public health research community, including epidemiologists, medical entomologists, virologists, and parasitologists.

Contacts
Samuel Scheiner   sscheine@nsf.gov
Samuel Scheiner   sscheine@nsf.gov
Samuel Scheiner   sscheine@nsf.gov
Joshua Rosenthal   joshua_rosenthal@nih.gov
Christine Jessup   christine.jessup@nih.gov
Deborah Winslow   dwinslow@nsf.gov
Deborah Winslow   dwinslow@nsf.gov
Fredric Lipschultz   flipschu@nsf.gov
Kelley Crews   kcrews@nsf.gov
Christine Jessup   christine.jessup@nih.gov
Peter Johnson   pjohnson@nifa.usda.gov
Deborah Winslow   dwinslow@nsf.gov
Michael Mishkind   mmishkin@nsf.gov
Phillip Taylor   prtaylor@nsf.gov
Joshua Rosenthal   joshua_rosenthal@nih.gov
FastLane Help Desk,   biofl@nsf.gov
Daniel Janes   daniel.janes@nih.gov
Irene Eckstrand   eckstrai@nigms.nih.gov
Deborah Winslow   dwinslow@nsf.gov
Michael Lesser   mlesser@nsf.gov
Teresa Wysocka   Teresa.wysocka@esrc.ac.uk
Peter Johnson   pjohnson@nifa.usda.gov
Deborah Winslow   dwinslow@nsf.gov
Joy Todd   joy.todd@esrc.ac.uk
Sadhana Sharma   sadhana.sharma@bbsrc.ac.uk
Sadhana Sharma   sadhana.sharma@bbsrc.ac.uk
Sarah Plowman   Sarah.Plowman@bbsrc.ac.uk
Irene Eckstrand   eckstrai@nigms.nih.gov
Sadhana Sharma   sadhana.sharma@bbsrc.ac.uk
Rachel (Heni) Haring   heni@bsf.org.il

Organization(s)
Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO)
U.K. Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSR)
United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF)
National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)
U.K. Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSR)
U.K. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)
National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)
National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)
National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGM)
John E. Fogarty International Center (FIC)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)
National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAI)
National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGM)
John E. Fogarty International Center (FIC)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)

Deadline(s)

Further Info: Beginning December 2007






Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 13, 2004

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 11, 2005

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 10, 2006

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 10, 2006

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 10, 2008
Further Info: Beginning December 2007

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 9, 2009
Further Info: Beginning December 2007

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 8, 2010
Further Info: Beginning December 2007

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 29, 2007

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 9, 2009

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 8, 2010

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 15, 2010

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 4, 2013

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 3, 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 2, 2015

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 7, 2016

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 5, 2012

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 4, 2013

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 3, 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: December 2, 2015

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 19, 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 18, 2015

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 16, 2016

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 15, 2017

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 21, 2018

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 18, 2015

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 16, 2016

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 15, 2017

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: November 21, 2018

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



GENES AND GENOME SYSTEMS CLUSTER

Description

The Genes and Genome Systems Cluster, one of three thematic areas within the Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences, supports studies on the structure, function and evolution of genes and genomes in prokaryotes, eukaryotes, phages, and viruses.  Areas of interest include the following: (i) mechanisms of genome maintenance including replication, repair and recombination; (ii) nuclear and extra-nuclear inheritance, horizontal gene transfer and other mechanisms leading to diversity and novel adaptive strategies in the biosphere; (iii) genetic and epigenetic mechanisms including chromatin modification and remodeling; (iv) mechanisms and regulation of gene expression including transcription, RNA processing, translation, turnover and RNA interference; (vi) structure, function and dynamics of nucleic acids and nucleic acid-protein complexes and machines; and (vii) molecular evolution and the origin of life.  Research on multi-component genetic processes is encouraged, including projects with direct relevance to climate change and energy sustainability.  The cluster welcomes "bottom-up" synthetic biology projects and "top-down" systems biology projects that integrate computational strategies with high-throughput, comparative genome-wide approaches and other experimental strategies to investigate complex gene networks and their outputs.  The development and use of innovative in vivo and in vitro approaches, including biochemical, biophysical, computational, genetic, genomic, and metagenomic methods are encouraged, as is research at the interfaces between biology and other disciplines such as physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, and engineering.

Program Directors:

Karen Cone.   Epigentic regulation; Plant genetics and genomics; Gene expression mechanisms.

Neocles B. Leontis.  Structure, function and dynamics of DNA, RNA and nucleic acid-protein complexes; Ribosome structure, function and assembly; Synthetic biology; RNA processing, turnover and RNA interference; Computational biology and biophysical studies.

Contacts
Karen Cone   kccone@nsf.gov
Anne Grove   agrove@nsf.gov
Neocles Leontis   nleontis@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (MCB)
Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO)

Deadline(s)


Full Proposal — Deadline Date: July 12, Effective 2010 to 2015

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 12, Effective 2010 to 2015

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 12, 2005

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 12, 2006

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 12, 2007

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 12, 2008

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 12, 2009

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 12, 2010

Full Proposal — Target Date: July 12, 2005

Full Proposal — Target Date: July 12, 2006

Full Proposal — Target Date: July 12, 2007

Full Proposal — Target Date: July 12, 2008

Full Proposal — Target Date: July 12, 2009

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: July 12, 2011

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: July 12, 2012

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: July 12, 2013

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: July 12, 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: July 12, 2015

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 12, 2011

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 12, 2012

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 12, 2013

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 12, 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: January 12, 2015

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



TECHNOLOGY FOR A SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT

Description
It is well recognized that industrial pollution often has complex negative effects on biological systems in the environment. The various policies and regulations set in place to help protect the environment have stimulated researchers to search for effective, economical ways to minimize pollution. This competition is designed to address pollution avoidance / prevention processes and methodologies, and to support scientific and technological research with long-term impact on industrial and societal applications. Research proposals are invited that advance the discovery, development, and use of innovative technologies and approaches to avoid or minimize the generation of pollutants at the source.

Contacts

Organization(s)
Engineering (ENG)

Deadline(s)

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



Informal Education

Institutions & Environmental Systems

Interdisciplinary Teams, & Interagency and International Partnerships

Land, Resources, & the Built Environment

ARCTIC SOCIAL SCIENCES

Description

The Arctic Social Sciences Program (ASSP) encompasses all social sciences supported by NSF. These include, but are not limited to anthropology, archaeology, economics, geography, linguistics, political science, psychology, science and technology studies, sociology, traditional knowledge and related subjects.

Although unsolicited proposals in any of the social sciences mentioned above are welcome, areas of particular interest include culture and environment, resources and economic change, development of social and political institutions, ethnic (cultural) and regional identities, and knowledge systems. These five research areas are identified and explained in the report, Arctic Social Sciences: Opportunities in Arctic Research (Arctic Research Consortium of the United States, June 1999, Fairbanks, Alaska. Available through the Arctic Research Consortium at http://www.arcus.org).

The Arctic Social Sciences Program especially encourages projects that are circumpolar and/or comparative; involve collaborations between researchers and those living in the Arctic; or form partnerships among disciplines, regions, researchers, communities, and/or students (K-12, undergraduate, or graduate). Dissertation research proposals will be accepted. Please consult the "Dissertation Panel Advice to Students" guidelines in the Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (DBCS; http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/bcs/anthro/cultdadv.jsp). These guidelines are to provide the applicant with a basic outline for their proposals. Applicants should apply to the OPP solicitation and talk to the ASSP program director about funding limits, which vary from those in DBCS.

Projects involving research with human subjects must ensure that subjects are protected from research risks in conformance with the relevant federal policy known as the Common Rule (Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, 45 CFR 690). All projects involving human subjects must either (1) have approval from the organization's Institutional Review Board (IRB) before issuance of an NSF award or, (2) must affirm that the IRB or an appropriate knowledgeable authority previously designated by the organization (not the Principal Investigator) has declared the research exempt from IRB review. The box for "Human Subjects" must be checked on the Cover Sheet with the IRB approval date (if available). If IRB approval has not been obtained before submission, the proposer should indicate "Pending" in the space provided for the approval date. Advice is available at http://www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/guidance.jsp#human. If letters of permission or approval are included, such as those from Native organizations or communities in which the work will take place, please include them as supplementary documents.

The Arctic Social Sciences Program considers joint review and funding within OPP and with other NSF programs, when appropriate. Special funding opportunities may also be available through the human dimensions component of the Arctic System Science (ARCSS) Program. For information regarding field support for proposals with field components, please see Proposal Preparation and Submission Instructions in the Arctic Research Opportunities announcement and the Arctic Research Support and Logistics web page.  All principal investigators whose projects have the potential to affect historic properties need to speak to the ASSP program officer concerning Sec. 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

Contacts
Anna Kerttula de Echave   akerttul@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Polar Programs (PLR)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Target Date: January 24, 2005

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



ARCTIC SYSTEM SCIENCE (ARCSS) PROGRAM

Description

The Arctic System Science Program (ARCSS) funds proposals or groups of proposals that advance our understanding of the Arctic as a system.  ARCSS projects are often interdisciplinary and focus on the relationships among the physical, biological, chemical, and human processes that govern the cycling of energy and matter in the arctic system. The cycles of carbon, water, and energy are important to consider in investigating the functioning of the arctic system.

Most successful ARCSS projects do one or more of the following:

  • Investigate important relationships among the various components of the arctic system,
  • Identify self regulatory processes, feedbacks, or non-linear responses of the arctic system to physical or biogeochemical drivers,
  • Advance understanding of the arctic system and its behavior through synthesis or modeling,
  • Explore the consequences of environmental change on the arctic system either through impact assessment scenarios or vulnerability assessment,
  • Address linkages between the Arctic and the Earth system.

All successful ARCSS proposals must identify explicitly how they will place their results in the context of system behavior and demonstrably contribute to system-level understanding.  Being interdisciplinary does not by itself mean that a proposal is appropriate for ARCSS.  PIs should ask themselves if their work addresses interactions among several components of the arctic system, explores emergent behavior in linked subsystems, or otherwise provides essential knowledge, and they should apply that knowledge to system-level understanding. The degree to which the proposed research advances arctic system understanding will be a key factor in judging its priority for ARCSS.

ARCSS enthusiastically seeks proposals, or groups of proposals, that directly advance system level understanding.  ARCSS program directors are always keen to speak with prospective PIs about their research ideas. 

 

Contacts
Neil Swanberg   nswanber@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Polar Programs (PLR)
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Target Date: January 24, 2005

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2009

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Description

The Biological Anthropology Program supports basic research in areas related to human evolution and contemporary human biological variation. Research areas supported by the program include, but are not limited to, human genetic variation, human and nonhuman primate ecology and adaptability, human osteology and bone biology, human and nonhuman primate paleontology, functional anatomy, and primate socioecology. Grants supported in these areas are united by an underlying evolutionary framework, and often by a consideration of adaptation as a central theoretical theme. Many proposals also have a biocultural orientation. The program frequently serves as a bridge within NSF between the social and behavioral sciences and the natural and physical sciences, and proposals commonly are jointly reviewed and funded with other programs.

For more information about Multidisciplinary Research and Training Opportunities, please visit the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities web site.

For additional, specific information on the Biological Anthropology Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (DDRIGs) solicitation, please visit the Biological Anthropology DDRIG program web site.

Contacts
Rebecca Ferrell-Program Director   rferrell@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Target Date: January 20, Effective 2009 to 2022
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 20, Effective 2009 to 2022
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Full Proposal — Target Date: March 16, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: November 16, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: July 19, 2017
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Full Proposal — Target Date: March 17, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: March 17, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: March 17, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: March 21, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: November 19, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: July 17, 2019
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Full Proposal — Target Date: March 17, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: November 18, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: July 1, 2006
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Full Proposal — Target Date: July 1, 2003
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Full Proposal — Target Date: December 1, 2003
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 2, 2013
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Full Proposal — Target Date: December 7, 2012
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Full Proposal — Target Date: March 17, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: November 17, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: July 15, 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: December 3, 2005
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Full Proposal — Target Date: December 3, 2006
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Full Proposal — Target Date: December 3, 2007
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Full Proposal — Target Date: July 1, 2005
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CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Description

The primary objective of the Cultural Anthropology Program is to support basic scientific research on the causes, consequences, and complexities of human social and cultural variability. Anthropological research spans a wide gamut, and contemporary cultural anthropology is an arena in which diverse research traditions and methodologies are valid. Recognizing the breadth of the field’s contributions to science, the Cultural Anthropology Program welcomes proposals for empirically grounded, theoretically engaged, and methodologically sophisticated research in all sub-fields of cultural anthropology. Because the National Science Foundation’s mandate is to support basic research, the NSF Cultural Anthropology Program does not fund research that takes as its primary goal improved clinical practice or applied policy. Program research priorities include, but are not limited to, research that increases our understanding of:

  • Socio-cultural drivers of critical anthropogenic processes such as deforestation, desertification, land cover change, urbanization, and poverty
  • Resilience and robustness of socio-cultural systems
  • Conflict, cooperation, and altruism
  • Economy, culture, migration, and globalization
  • Variability and change in kinship and family norms and practices
  • Cultural and social contexts of health and disease
  • Social regulation, governmentality, and violence
  • Origins of complexity in socio-cultural systems
  • Language and culture: orality and literacy, sociolinguistics, and cognition
  • Human variation through empirically grounded ethnographic descriptions
  • Mathematical and computational models of sociocultural systems such as social network analysis, agent-based models, and integration of agent-based models with geographic information systems (GIS)

A. General Research The Cultural Anthropology Program supports a broad portfolio of research by both senior scholars and by graduate students. Information on recent awards can be found at the bottom of this page via the "What Has Been Funded" link. All proposals must be submitted using either Fastlane (as described in the Grant Proposal Guide) or Grants.gov. All proposals must explicitly address both the Intellectual Merit and the Broader Impacts of the research in the one-page project summary.

  1. The Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (DDRIG) Program (see Solicitation 14-560) supports doctoral dissertation research by anthropology graduate students enrolled at U.S. institutions. Proposals are accepted for both the January 15 and the August 15 target dates. Grants are intended to support the extraordinary expenses of conducting research, not the normal daily expenses of graduate education. 

  2. Senior proposals support individual, team, or collaborative research by scholars who hold a PhD, or other equivalent or appropriate credential. Proposals are accepted for both the January 15 and the August 15 target dates. Senior proposal project descriptions may be up to 15, single-spaced pages. There is no ceiling on senior proposal budgets, but a typical award rarely exceeds $100,000 per year of the award, including indirect costs. Researchers may propose empirically grounded and theoretically engaged projects in any sub-field and theoretical area of cultural anthropology.

  3. General guidelines. All researchers should take care to explain very clearly why the research is needed; what it will contribute to the scientific understanding of human society and culture; and how it will lead to the development of theory extending beyond the particular cases to be investigated. They should be clear about the question or questions that the research is addressing; how the research design will address those questions; what information or data will be collected, how, and why; and how the information or data will be analyzed to address the research questions. Finally, researchers should also explain why they are able to conduct the research successfully. A good research proposal is interesting, clear, explicit, tightly integrated, and confidence inspiring.

B. Other Programs

  1. The Faculty Scholars Program (see Solicitation 07-544) supports methodological training for cultural anthropologists who wish to learn new skills that are needed as part of an ongoing research program. For example, support may be requested to learn new methods of cross-cultural research, demography, remote sensing and GIS, ecological field survey, linguistics, or modeling. Support may be requested to learn any methodological skill that is necessary to advance the scholar's research agenda, as justified in the proposal with reference to published results from prior work. Proposals are accepted for both the January 16 and the August 16 target dates. Normal proposal guidelines apply. Awards are for up to 12 months and for a maximum of $50,000.

  2. Grants for Rapid Response Research (RAPID) and EArly-concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER). The RAPID funding mechanism is used for proposals having a severe urgency with regard to availability of, or access to data, facilities or specialized equipment, including quick-response research on natural or anthropogenic disasters and similar unanticipated events. The EAGER funding mechanism may be used to support exploratory work in its early stages on untested, but potentially transformative, research ideas or approaches. This work may be considered especially "high risk-high payoff" in the sense that it, for example, involves radically different approaches, applies new expertise, or engages novel disciplinary or interdisciplinary perspectives. For detailed information concerning these two types of grants, please review Chapter II.D of the NSF Grant Proposal Guide (http://nsf.gov/pubsys/ods/getpub.cfm?gpg). There are no deadlines or target dates associated with these types of awards and the Cultural Anthropology program funding limit for them is $25,000 including direct costs.

  3. Research Experience for Graduate Students (REG) and Reserch Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Supplements. (see Dear Colleague Letter NSF 14-031). Senior PIs with current NSF awards, may request supplements to support closely mentored but independent research projects by undergraduates intending to pursue graduate work in anthropology or graduate students at the pre-dissertation phase of their education. The supplement request should include a two to three-page description of the project to be undertaken, the qualifications of the student, and the plan for mentoring. PIs are encouraged to submit proposals by March 1, each spring, although they will be considered at other times, as well. Awards are limited to $5000 for REGs and $4000 for REUs.

  4. Workshops. Workshops are sometimes needed to allow researchers to work together. Proposals for workshops with research goals may be submitted in the normal grant cycle (target dates: January 15 and August 15). Under exceptional circumstances and with prior permission from the Program Officer, workshop proposals may be considered out of cycle, as well.

  5. Training Programs. The Cultural Anthropology Program supports the dissemination of the most current research tools available for social science research. Consequently, as budget permits, the Cultural Anthropology Program funds a limited number of proposals for training workshops, short courses, and fieldwork programs, through the regular proposal review cycle. For more information, please contact the Program Officer.

  6. Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Grants. The Cultural Anthropology Program participates in this NSF-wide activity offering prestigious awards in support of the early development of academic faculty as both educators and researchers. Consult the CAREER solicitation for more information.

Contacts
Jeffrey Mantz-Program Director   jmantz@nsf.gov
Deborah Winslow- Program Director   dwinslow@nsf.gov
Kristin Kuyuk - REG/REU requests   kkuyuk@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)

Deadline(s)
Supplement — Target Date: March 1, Effective 2008 to 2022
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, Effective 2009 to 2022
Further Info: Senior Research - Spring Funding Cycle

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, Effective 2007 to 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, Effective 2007 to 2020
Further Info: Senior Research - Fall Funding Cycle

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, Effective 2007 to 2020
Further Info: Dissertation Research - Spring Funding Cycle

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, Effective 2007 to 2020
Further Info: Dissertation Research - Fall Funding Cycle

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, Effective 2008 to 2021
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, Effective 2008 to 2021
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, Effective 2008 to 2021
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2009
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2010
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2011
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2012
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2013
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2014
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2015
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2016
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2017
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2018
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2019
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2020
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2021
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2022
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2010
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2011
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2012
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2013
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2017
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2019
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2008
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2010
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2011
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2012
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2013
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2008
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2009
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2010
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2011
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2012
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2013
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2017
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2019
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2008
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2009
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2010
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2011
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2012
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2013
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2017
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2019
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2008
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2009
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2017
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2019
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2021
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2009
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2010
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2011
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2012
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2013
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2017
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2019
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 16, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2009
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2010
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2011
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2013
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2014
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2016
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2017
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2018
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2019
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2020
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 16, 2021
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2011
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2020
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2021
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2009
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Supplement — Target Date: March 1, 2010
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GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL SCIENCES

Description

The goals of the NSF Geography and Spatial Sciences (GSS) Program are:

  • To promote scientific research in geography and the spatial sciences that advances theory and basic understanding and that addresses the challenges facing society
  • To promote the integration of geographers and spatial scientists in interdisciplinary research
  • To promote education and training of geographers and spatial scientists in order to enhance the capabilities of current and future generations of researchers
  • To promote the development and use of scientific methods and tools for geographic research

The Geography and Spatial Sciences Program sponsors research on the geographic distributions and interactions of human, physical, and biotic systems on the Earth's surface. Investigations are encouraged into the nature, causes, and consequences of human activity and natural environmental processes across a range of scales. Projects on a variety of topics (both domestic and international) qualify for support if they offer promise of contributing to scholarship by enhancing geographical knowledge, concepts, theories, methods, and their application to societal problems and concerns. GSS encourages projects that explicitly integrate undergraduate and graduate education into the overall research agenda.

Proposals submitted for consideration by the Geography and Spatial Sciences Program at NSF tend to be most competitive if the research is grounded in relevant geographical theory, if it focuses on one or a few core questions grounded in the theoretical framework that has been established, if it articulates how scientifically sound methods will be used to explore the validity of answers to the core questions, and if the results are likely to contribute not only specific answers to those specific questions but also to the enhancement of broader geographic and/or spatial scientific theory.  The project can draw on and contribute to theory in other fields, too, but to obtain at least some funding from GSS, efforts should be made to enhance fundamental geographic theory, and the investigators should plan to disseminate their results through presentations and publications for geographers and spatial scientists as well as other relevant communities.

GSS frequently engages in joint review of regular research proposals with other NSF programs.  Such joint review entails multiple programs coordinating the review of a single project proposal submitted to NSF.  Efforts are made to enable such joint review to provide "double opportunity" rather than "double jeopardy" for applicants, because a single program can provide support for proposed work it  finds meritorious even if other programs are not as enthusiastic about the proposed work.  Investigators who believe that their work might be appropriate for joint review are encouraged to contact program officers for all programs they think might have interest in their work well in advance of proposal-submission target dates or deadlines in order to assess whether joint review may be a viable option and to write their proposal accordingly.

GSS conducts two competitions for regular research proposals each year.  Target dates for these competitions are January 15 and August 15.  While GSS program directors hope most proposals are submitted on or very close to those dates, they intend to include proposals submitted within two weeks following the target date of the competition.  Proposals submitted more than two weeks after the target date will be evaluated only if prior arrangements have been made with a GSS program director.  Note that the deadline dates listed on the "Due Dates" listing above do NOT apply to regular research proposals; those deadline dates identify strict deadlines for Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI) proposals.

Related Funding Opportunities

Related funding opportunities are available for geographers, spatial scientists, and related scholars. For more information about these opportunities, visit the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities (SMA) webpage. Here, you will find a brief synopsis about other programs, as well as links guiding you to the appropriate program solicitations.

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI) Awards

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Awards are made by the Geography and Spatial Sciences program. Consult the SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI) Grants solicitation and the Geography and Spatial Sciences DDRI specifics page.

Proposal Submission Guidelines

Regular proposals submitted to the Geography and Spatial Sciences Program should be fully compliant with specifications in the Grant Proposal Guide (GPG). DDRI proposals should be prepared in accordance with the terms of the GPG except for the modifications specified in the SBE DDRI solicitation and the GSS DDRI specifics page.

Proposal Review Process

Regular proposals usually are sent to five or more outside reviewers and are evaluated by at least two members of the GSS Advisory Panel (18 eminent geographers and spatial scientists representing all major subfields). DDRI proposals are evaluated by three members of the DDRI Advisory Panel (18 panelists). All reviews and panel recommendations are advisory to the GSS program directors. Proposals normally will have at least three written reviews, which are forwarded (in anonymous form) with panel summaries to the PI.

 

 

Contacts
Thomas Baerwald-Program Director   tbaerwal@nsf.gov
David McGinnis-Program Director   dmcginni@nsf.gov
Antoinette WinklerPrins-Program Dir.   anwinkle@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)

Deadline(s)
Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, Effective 2003 to 2015
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Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, Effective 2003 to 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, Effective 2003 to 2015
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, Effective 2003 to 2015
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2004
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2005
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2006
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2007
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2008
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2009
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2010
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2011
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Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2012
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2013
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2014
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2015
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2004
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2005
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2006
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2007
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2008
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2009
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2010
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2011
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2012
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2014
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2015
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 15, 2013
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2004
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2005
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2006
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2007
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2008
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2009
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2010
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2011
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2012
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2013
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2014
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2015
Further Info: Regular research proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2004
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2005
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2006
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2007
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2008
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2009
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2010
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2011
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2012
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2013
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2014
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: October 15, 2015
Further Info: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



INTERNATIONAL HUMAN DIMENSIONS PROGRAMME ON GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE (IHDP)

Description
The International Human Dimensions Program (IHDP). How humans interact with the environment, how individuals and societies can mitigate or adapt to environmental change, and how policy responses to such changes influence economic and social conditions are at the center of research on the human dimensions of global environmental change within the IHDP. A key IHDP program is the Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change.

Contacts

Organization(s)
Office of International Science & Engineering (OISE)

Deadline(s)

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY

Description

S&S considers proposals that examine questions that arise in the interactions of engineering, science, technology, and society. There are four components: Ethics and Values in Science, Engineering and Technology (EVS); History and Philosophy of Science, Engineering and Technology (HPS); Social Studies of Science, Engineering and Technology (SSS); and Studies of Policy, Science, Engineering and Technology (SPS). The components overlap, but are distinguished by the different scientific and scholarly orientations they take to the subject matter, as well as by different focuses within the subject area.

This program solicitation covers the following modes of support:

1. S&S Scholars Awards

2. Standard Research Grants and Grants for Collaborative Research

3. S&S Postdoctoral Fellowships

4. S&S Professional Development Fellowships

5. Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants

6. Small Grants for Training and Research

7. Conference and Workshop Awards

8. Other Funding Opportunities

Contacts
Priscilla Regan   pregan@nsf.gov
Ronald Rainger   rrainger@nsf.gov
Frederick Kronz   fkronz@nsf.gov
Frederick Kronz-Program Director   fkronz@nsf.gov
Geri Farves   gfarves@nsf.gov
Kelly Moore-Program Director   kmoore@nsf.gov
Linda Layne-Program Director   llayne@nsf.gov
Stephen Zehr   szehr@nsf.gov
Carolyn McKinnon-Jones   cmckinno@nsf.gov
John Perhonis   jperhoni@nsf.gov
Laurel Smith-Doerr   lsmithdo@nsf.gov
Steven Deitz-Science Assistant   sdeitz@nsf.gov
Tina Hunter   thunter@nsf.gov
Tracy Wigglesworth-Program Asst   twiggles@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Social and Economic Sciences (SES)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)

Deadline(s)
Further Info: thereafter


Full Proposal — Target Date: August 1, Effective 2009 to 2011

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 1, Effective 2009 to 2011

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 1, Effective 2010 to 2011

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 1, Effective 2012 to 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 1, Effective 2012 to 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, Effective 2015 to 2028

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, Effective 2015 to 2028

Full Proposal — Target Date: March 15, 2004
Further Info: and February 01 annually thereafter, for all modes of support EXCEPT Small Grants for Training and Research Fellowships (SGTRF)

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 1, 2004
Further Info: and August 01 annually thereafter, for all modes of support INCLUDING Small Grants for Training and Research Fellowships (SGTRF)

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 1, 2007
Further Info: thereafter

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 1, 2008
Further Info: thereafter

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 1, 2009
Further Info: thereafter

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 1, 2010
Further Info: thereafter

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 1, 2007

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 1, 2008

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 1, 2009

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 1, 2010

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 23, 2005

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 1, 2010

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 1, 2011

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 1, 2011

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 1, 2008

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 3, 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 1, 2013

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 1, 2013

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 1, 2014

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2016

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2017

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2018

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 4, 2019

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 3, 2020

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2021

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2022

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2023

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2024

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 3, 2025

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2026

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2027

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: February 2, 2028

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2016

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2017

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2018

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 5, 2019

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2020

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2021

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2022

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2023

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 5, 2024

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 4, 2025

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2026

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2027

Full Proposal — Deadline Date: August 3, 2028

Announcement(s)
Announcement: NSF 15-506

Additional Information



SOCIOLOGY

Description

The Sociology Program supports basic research on all forms of human social organization -- societies, institutions, groups and demography -- and processes of individual and institutional change. The Program encourages theoretically focused empirical investigations aimed at improving the explanation of fundamental social processes. Included is research on organizations and organizational behavior, population dynamics, social movements, social groups, labor force participation, stratification and mobility, family, social networks, socialization, gender roles, and the sociology of science and technology. The Program supports both original data collections and secondary data analysis that use the full range of quantitative and qualitative methodological tools. Theoretically grounded projects that offer methodological innovations and improvements for data collection and analysis are also welcomed. Click here for information on Strengthening Qualitative Research through Methodological Innovation and Integration. The Sociology Program also funds doctoral dissertation research to defray direct costs associated with conducting research, for example, dataset acquisition, additional statistical or methodological training, meeting with scholars associated with original datasets, and fieldwork away from the student's home campus. See the Sociology Program Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Awards Solicitation for more information on this opportunity.

Please Note: Principal Investigators should select PD 98-1331 in the program announcement/solicitation block on the proposal Cover Sheet for submission of regular research projects to the Sociology Program and NSF 14-604 for submission of Sociology Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals.  Projects are evaluated using the two Foundation-wide criteria, intrinsic merit and broader impacts. In assessing the intrinsic merit of proposed research, four components are key to securing support from the Sociology Program: (1) the issues investigated must be theoretically grounded; (2) the research should be based on empirical observation or be subject to empirical validation or illustration; (3) the research design must be appropriate to the questions asked; and (4) the proposed research must advance our understanding of social processes, structures and methods.

The NSF also offers a number of specialized funding opportunities through its crosscutting and cross-directorate activities; some of the Sociology related opportunities are listed below.

Crosscutting Research & Training Opportunities:

  • ADVANCE: Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers
  • Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program
  • Education & Human Resources Program
  • Graduate Research Fellowship Program
  • Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) Program
  • Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) Program
  • SBE Minority Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (MPRF)
  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
  • Research at Undergraduate Institutions (RUI)
  • Science of Learning Centers (SLC)
  • Science and Technology Centers: Integrative Partnerships
  • Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program

To get information about these programs and others, please visit the Cross-cutting and NSF-wide Active Funding Opportunities homepage.

Contacts
Katherine Meyer - Program Director   kmeyer@nsf.gov
Kevin Leicht - Program Director   kleicht@nsf.gov
Patricia White-Program Director   pwhite@nsf.gov
Fatima Touma - Science Assistant   ftouma@nsf.gov
Monique Moore-Program Specialist   mmoore@nsf.gov

Organization(s)
Division of Social and Economic Sciences (SES)
Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (SBE)

Deadline(s)
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, Effective 2004 to 2004
Further Info: Senior Research

Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, Effective 2004 to 2005
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, Effective 2004 to 2005
Further Info: Senior Research

Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, Effective 2004 to 2004
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, Effective 2011 to 2024
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, Effective 2011 to 2024
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, Effective 2011 to 2024
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, Effective 2011 to 2024
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2006
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2007
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2008
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2009
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2010
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2006
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2007
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2008
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2009
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2010
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2005
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2007
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2008
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2009
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2010
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2006
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2005
Further Info: Senior Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, 2006
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, 2007
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, 2008
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, 2009
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, 2010
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2012
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2013
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2014
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2015
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2016
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2017
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2018
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2019
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2020
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2021
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2022
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2023
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: January 15, 2024
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2012
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2013
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2014
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2015
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2016
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2017
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2018
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2019
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2020
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2021
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2022
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2023
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: August 15, 2024
Further Info: Regular Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2012
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2013
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: February 15, 2014
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, 2012
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Full Proposal — Target Date: October 15, 2013
Further Info: Dissertation Research

Announcement(s)

Additional Information



Long-Term Archives & Centers

Materials & Process Development

Observing Systems & Tool Development

Two & Four Year Colleges and Research Institutions

 

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