Entries by bche.williams

NSF Director’s Statement on FY2023 Budget

The executive branch of the federal government has submitted a budget request for FY2023, and the director of NSF has released a related statement. The proposed budget includes over $10 billion for the National Science Foundation. These funds would go to the following priorities: accelerating research and development in climate change and clean energy, advancing […]

NSF Announces New Directorate

The National Science Foundation’s Director Sethuraman Panchanathan announced that a new directorate is being created for Technology, Innovation, and Partnerships (TIP), the first new directorate in over 30 years. TIP will focus on creating innovative new technologies and advancing research and education across STEM fields. For more information, read the NSF news release.

SAMHSA Webinar: How to Develop a Competitive Grant Application

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is offering a free webinar on how to develop a competitive grant application. It will address the registration process, preparing to apply, key components of a NOFO, responding to evaluation criteria, and resources that are available. Pre-registration is not required. Thursday, April 14, 2022 2:00pm ET […]

Free Webinar: The Science of Communicating About AI

UF’s Center for Public Interest Communications will host a free webinar on the science of communicating about your work in artificial intelligence (AI). Learn insights from social, behavioral and cognitive science and real-world examples that can help you communicate more effectively about your work in AI. For people who don’t share your expertise, AI can […]

All Things PostAward Webinar

UF MainSpring is presenting an interactive session with representatives from Contracts & Grants on how to maximize reviewing your award and monitoring expenditures with an eye towards a smooth project closeout. In addition to outlining key regulations and facilitating discussions on effort best practices, you will gain tips and tricks on how to leverage these […]

Awarded Projects for February 2022

Congratulations to Bruce MacFadden, Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko, and Jeremy Waisome for their award from NSF; Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko, Swarup Bhunia, and Mary Jo Koroly for their award from NSF; Maureen Conroyfor her subcontract UD Dept of Education Flow Through award from Virginia Commonwealth University; F. Chris Curran for his award from the U.S. Department of Jstice/NIJ; Ashley Pennypacker […]

Submitted Projects for February 2022

Best wishes to Elif Akcali and Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko for their proposal to NSF; Christopher Anthony for his proposal to NIH; Hannah Mathews for her proposal to the Spencer Foundation; Ana Puig, Jacqueline Swank, and Diana Wilkie for their proposal to NIH; Paige Pullen and Philip Poekert for their proposal to FL DOE; Paige Pullen for her proposal to Shirley Proctor Puller Foundation; and Sandip Ray, […]

UF COE Announces 2022-2023 CRIF Award

The UF College of Education has announced its 2022-2023 College Research Incentive Fund (CRIF) opportunity to support faculty efforts to develop programmatic research that contributes to the college’s mission. This opportunity is solely provided by indirect costs (IDC) return from grants acquired by the college’s principal investigators. The primary purpose of the CRIF is to […]

2022 DSP Proposals Team Community Q&A

UF’s Division of Sponsored Programs is hosting a virtual Q&A session dedicated to UFIRST proposals on Zoom. You will be able to meet virtually with representatives of the DSP Proposals Team and ask questions related to proposal preparation and submission. These sessions are designed to address your individual questions and needs while everyone can have […]

Workshop for Fulbright Proposals through Office for Global Research Engagement

UF’s Office for Global Research Engagement (OGRE) supports faculty in international research, teaching, and community engagement. They can help strategize funding opportunities and are offering a hybrid workshop on “How to Prepare a Successful U.S. Scholar Fulbright Application” for UF Faculty. For more information on the event, emailogre@ufic.ufl.edu. Monday, March 28, 2022 12:00-1:30pm ET

NSF Presents: New Approaches to Representing Women in Science

The National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) is hosting an online dialogue between two historians of science and a multidisciplinary artist moderated by a science historian from the National Portrait Gallery. The panel will discuss recent attempts at representation of women in the history of science through portraiture and biography. They […]

IES Research Methods Training Program

The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) is funding four research methods training programs this upcoming summer. These in-person workshops support the training of current education researchers to expand and upgrade their methodological skills. These trainings will cover cluster-randomized trials, advanced single-case research methods, economic evaluation, and meta-analysis. Costs to attend are covered in varying degrees […]

Awarded Projects for January 2022

Congratulations to Philip Poekert for his award from Children First Professional Development Center; Paige Pullen for her two awards from the Raymond School District – Lamprey River Elementary School and the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County; and Darbianne Shannon for her subcontract ACF Flow Through award from the University of South Carolina at Columbia.

Submitted Projects for January 2022

Best wishes to Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko, Swarup Bhunia, and Jeremy Wasiome for their proposal to NSF; Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko and Kara Dawson for their proposal to NSF; Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko for his two subcontract NSF Flow Through proposals to the Illinois Institute of Technology and the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa; Anthony Botelho for his proposal to NSF and his subcontract IES […]