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COE's Faculty Advancement workshops focuses on NSF Success Strategies. There are two elements to the program for this workshop. (1) 3:30-4:00pm, A brief proposal submission training (NSF FastLane, Cayuse) [Robert Kokenyesi, COEProposal Manager]; and (2) 4:00-6:00PM, Perspectives from an NSF Program Director [Greg Rorrer, Professor CBEE, NSF Program Director, Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET), Energy for Sustainability Program 2009-2011, 2014-2016]. Please use the following link to register to attend: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1LIkMPQnu022ptX
The Office for Research Development is requesting letters of intent for the National Science Foundation (NSF) – Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers (MRSEC) 2019 program. This is a limited submission. Please click the link in the title to see the internal application guidelines.
The Betty Wang Discovery Fund is to be used by the Dean of the College of Science to support College faculty by maintaining state-of-the-art laboratories to advance fundamental discoveries in the basic sciences.
The College of Science Research and Innovation Seed (SciRIS) Program - II funds individual faculty who seek to establish or augment research relationships with external partners.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has just launched a cash prize competition, totaling $100,000, called the NSF Career Compass Challenge. Entries are being accepted now at https://challenge.gov/a/buzz/challenge/86/ideas/top NSF is looking to spark the thinking of the best and brightest to co-create a tool that can be tested on a small scale, for NSF, but is intended to be useful to a broad range of employers in both the public and private sectors. Join this opportunity for the general public, research communities, private sector and other interested stakeholders to assist with creating a solution that will invest in the future of the U.S. workforce! For questions regarding the challenge please contact the NSF Career Compass Challenge team:CareerCompassChallenge@nsf.gov
This is a call for 1-page concept papers for research projects in either science & engineering or medical research. Proposed projects should have the potential to meet funding interests of W.M. Keck Foundation. Click the title for more information on how to apply.
The Graduate School announces the call for applications to the first five DGRP student cohort. The Candidates will be drawn from first year and second year STEM and related science and engineering Ph.D. candidates at OSU, effective fall quarter 2019. We are particularly interested in attracting outstanding students that represent the existing and emerging areas of collaboration with PNNL. Since our various Ph.D. programs have a variety of recruiting and admission timelines, we have set the priority deadline for applications to the DGRP as February 1, 2019. Interested faculty should identify a potential student applicant, PNNL collaborator, and complete the application.