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Human and Social Dynamics: Competition for FY 2005 (HSD) (Archived)

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Document Number: nsf05520

Public Comment: Please see the FAQs for the Human and Social Dynamics: Competition for FY 2005
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: In order to support more meritorious proposals submitted in response to the current Human and Social Dynamics (HSD) program solicitation (NSF 05-520), NSF will use both Fiscal Year 2005 and Fiscal Year 2006 funds. Proposers are advised that the next HSD program solicitation is not expected to be released until Spring 2006, with an anticipated deadline of Fall 2006 for submission of proposals.

Document History: Posted: November 10, 2004. Replaces: nsf04537. Replaced By: nsf06509.

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