2011 NSF CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop

Web site is at

http://aries.imse.ksu.edu/nsf/nsfcareer2011/main.htm

Objective

An NSF Proposal Writing Workshop will be held on September 1 and 2, 2010, at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The goal of the workshop is to help future NSF proposal submitters (faculty members, post-docs, and graduate students) to improve their proposal writing skills. It will provide the participants with proposal review experience and interactions with NSF program directors and recent NSF grant awardees. The event is open to participants from all states but is targeted at EPSCoR states, especially Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Wyoming. The location of the workshop (Lincoln, Nebraska) is within half-day driving distance from these EPSCoR states.

Cost

NSF has provided valuable funding for the workshop. There are no registration fees to attend the workshop. Workshop attendees are responsible for their travel and lodging arrangements and expenses.

Orangizers
Tentative Agenda (Click to download)

If you have any questions, Please email toCareer@ksu.edu

This website is maintained by: Sarah Zhang

Last Updated: July 08, 2010

Sponsors

Sponsored by the following NSF programs in the Division of

CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING (CMMI)

CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS

CONTROL SYSTEMS

DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS

ENGINEERING DESIGN AND INNOVAT

GEOMECHANICS & GEOMATERIALS

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

HAZARD MIT & STRUCTURAL ENG

INFRAST MGMT & EXTREME EVENTS

MANUFACTURING & CONST MACH EQP

MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS

MATERIALS PROCESSING AND MANFG

MATERIALS & SURFACE ENGINEERING

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

NANO/BIO MECHANICS

NANOMANUFACTURING

NEES RESEARCH

OPEARATIONS RESERACH

SENSORS & SENSING SYSTEM

SERVICE ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS

STRUCTURAL MATERIALS AND MECH