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NSF DDRIG. Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants. Is a DDRIG for you?. Aimed at Ph.D. students To improve the quality of their own doctoral dissertation research Judged on the basis of scientific merit Funding for one/two years (differs by program)

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    1. NSF DDRIG Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants

    2. Is a DDRIG for you? • Aimed at Ph.D. students • To improve the quality of their own doctoral dissertation research • Judged on the basis of scientific merit • Funding for one/two years (differs by program) • $10-$20K (differs by program); not for stipend, or things that your institution normally provides • Open to international students, provided they are enrolled at U.S. institutions • You do not need to have passed the comps/or be ABD (but you need to be close)

    3. NSF Programs that support DDRIGs • Archaeology; Cultural Anthropology; Geography and Spatial Sciences; Linguistics; Physical Anthropology • Decision, Risk & Management Sciences; Economics; Law & Social Science; Methodology, Measurement, & Statistics; Political Science; Science, Technology, & Society; Sociology • Research on Science and Technology Surveys and Statistics Program • Science of Science and Innovation Policy

    4. National Science Foundation (NSF) • Directorates: • Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) • Mathematical and Physical Sciences • Divisions (e.g. within SBE): • Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS) • Social and Economic Sciences (SES) • Programs, e.g. within BCS: • Linguistics, Anthropology

    5. Where do you start? • Read the DDRIG guidelines! • Read the General Grant Proposal Guide • Find the guidelines specific to the NSF program you are applying for (duration, page limits, supporting letter from Chair, etc.) • Look for examples of successful proposals • NSF award search: www.nsf.gov/awardssearch/ • Ask awardee for a copy

    6. What you’ll need …. Duke Sponsored Research System (SPS) • Contact your department grant manager An account on NSF Fastlane: • Contact ORS for access • Give ORS the info below: First name Last name Email Department Highest Degree Year

    7. Accessing NSF Fastlane • You will receive an email from Fastlane that an account has been established in your name • You will receive an email from ORS notifying you of the username and password for your Fastlane account • Go to: https://www.fastlane.nsf.gov/fastlane.jsp

    8. https://www.fastlane.nsf.gov/fastlane.jsp

    9. Login with username/password

    10. https://www.fastlane.nsf.gov/fastlane.jsp

    11. Create Blank Proposal

    12. This is the Fastlane dashboard…

    13. This is where you prepare your proposal

    14. Cover page: organizational info https://ors.duke.edu

    15. ORS contact Judith Andersson Tel: 919-681-8925 Email: judith.andersson@duke.edu