2012 NSF CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop

 

If you have any questions, please email to Career@ksu.edu

 

Host Institutions: 

Kansas State University

University of Nevada, Reno

This website is maintained by: Sarah Zhang

Last Updated: August 19, 2011

 

 

Online Application

The workshop is limited to 150 participants in order to achieve good results. Assistant professors in the disciplines that CMMI supports will have the first priority. If there are spaces left, workshop will also accept assistant professors in (a) other engineering disciplines, (b) science, and (c) other disciplines that NSF supports. Other factors that might affect the selection include (1) whether the applicant's next CAREER proposal will be submitted to the CMMI division; and (2) the number of CAREER proposals that have been submitted by an applicant. Women, underrepresented minorities (African American, Hispanic, American Indian/Alaskan Native), and disabled candidates are encouraged to apply.

Important: There are two steps to complete your application. Step 1: Complete the form below. Step 2: Upload your application document as one single file in the PDF format on next page.  

This application document must contain the following:

1) One-page Project Summary of your CAREER Proposal, and

2) Two-page Bio-Sketch of yours that meets NSF requirements.

Please use your email address as the file name of this application document. For example, john_smith@ksu.edu.pdf


Step 1: Please complete the form below and press the submit button.

First Name
Last name
University
Email
Department
Phone Number
 
Additional Questiones
(1) How many times have you already submitted CAREER proposals?
(2) Will you submit your next CAREER proposal to CMMI? Yes No
(3) Are you from the underrepresented group: women, underrepresented minorities (African American, Hispanic, American Indian / Alaska Native), and disabled candidates? Yes No
(4) Are you willing to share your CAREER proposal for the mock review at the workshop? Yes No