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The EHR Core Research (ECR) program will provide an overview of the funding emphasis outlined in the Dear Colleague Letter: STEM Workforce Development Using Flexible Personal Learning Environments (NSF 19-025) and answer questions from participants. The session will be recorded and posted so those who cannot attend can listen to the webinar later (you may review the webinar slides through the link under the Public Attachments section below). We suggest reviewing the Dear Colleague Letter before the webinar to prepare your questions for program officers.
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation invited OSU to nominate two candidates for the Moore Inventor Fellowship for the next cycle. Each college can nominate two candidates for The Research Office to consider. Submit your packets to bettye.maddux [at] oregonstate.edu by 5PM, 15 Sept. Follow the Research Office instructions, which can be found here. The College will nominate our two top candidates and forward those applications to the Research Office before their deadline.
AI for Earth awards grants to support projects that change the way people and organizations monitor, model, and ultimately manage Earth’s natural systems. Depending on project need, our grants can award Microsoft Azure cloud computing resources (including AI tools) and/or data labeling services.
Join us for the OMSI 2020 Spring Training Information session to learn about the OSU-OMSI Science Communication Fellows Program. OMSI Science Communication Fellows are STEM professionals, including faculty, graduate students, technicians, or other individuals in science, health, engineering, or technology related positions. Fellows participate in specialized communication training, develop a hands-on demonstration about their work, and join OMSI in helping public audiences engage with science in meaningful and relevant ways.
The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant research achievements in STEM or STEM education. The deadline for Life Sciences is 10/21.
The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant research achievements in STEM or STEM education. The deadline for computer, information sciences, engineering and materials research is 10/22.
The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant research achievements in STEM or STEM education. The deadline for chemistry, mathematical sciences, physics and astronomy 10/25.
The Graduate School invites nominations for the Graduate Student Travel Award. The travel funds from this award are designed to provide graduate students with financial support to cover part of the cost associated with attending and presenting their scholarly achievements at prestigious national/international conferences. Directors of graduate programs (department chairs/heads, program directors) may submit one application per deadline per graduate program. Please note, due to the nomination processes for Graduate School awards, your department may have internal deadlines/procedures for nomination. Please check with your department prior to submitting any nominations on behalf of your department/students.
Demystify the grants application and review process. Whether you are an administrator, early stage investigator, reseacher, or graduate student there is something to learn for everyone.
Applications are open for the Applied Sciences 2020 Travel Award for postdoctoral fellows. The award will support participation at a scientific conference in 2020. Fields include Earth Sciences and Geography, Energy, Environmental and Sustainable Science and Technology, Nanotechnology and Applied Nanosciences, Optics and Lasers.