Division of Chemistry's Virtual Office Hour

May 5, 2022

Upcoming Office Hour

  • How to find the right home for your NSF CHE proposal

The National Science Foundation's Division of Chemistry will be hosting an office hour with all Disciplinary Research Programs (DRP): "How to find the right home for your NSF CHE proposal”. The office hour will be held on May 20, 2022 at 4 pm ET.

The session will start with a division overview presentation on DRP programs, followed by breakout rooms for each program. At least one Program Director from each program will host the breakout room to answer questions.

This office hour would be the first of a series of office hours on core DRP and cross-cut programs, and each following office hour will feature a subgroup of CHE DRP programs, discussing the program scope, funding priorities, program portfolio, and recent research highlights. Interfacing with other NSF program(s) will be discussed as well, followed by a Q& A session.

Pre-registration is required: https://nsf.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJIsduusrDgoHIIBlcD7cEbQjMGj9SFFIpg

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Attendees requiring closed captioning should contact the Chemistry division at ncarey@nsf.gov at least 48 hours in advance to ensure that this service is available.

If there are any topics you think CHE should cover in up-coming office hours, let us know at cheminfo@nsf.gov.

Stay tuned for more information, or look for past and upcoming CHE office hour information here: https://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=300572&org=CHE.


Here is the list of the past Virtual CHE Office Hour topics: 

NSF/CHE High Priority Funding Initiatives
NSF/CHE Cross-Cut Funding Opportunities
NSF/CHE Program and Infrastructures
NSF/CHE Broadening Participation Funding Opportunities and Events
NSF/CHE Pre- and Post-Award Management
NSF Operation Topics of Interest


For questions, please contact:
     Marsha Y. Hawkins, (703) 292-4877, email: mhawkins@nsf.gov

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