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National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) Webinar. Why NRT?. NRT responds to calls for stakeholders for new approaches to STEM graduate education.

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why nrt
Why NRT?
  • NRT responds to calls for stakeholders for new approaches to STEM graduate education.
  • NRT encourages proposals that develop, implement, and scale-up innovative and effective STEM graduate training models and practices while fostering fundamental research advances in support of national priorities.
nrt goals
NRT Goals
  • Catalyze and advance cutting-edge interdisciplinary research in high priority areas.
  • Prepare STEM graduate students more effectively for successful careers within or outside academe.
  • Develop models and knowledge that will promote transformative improvements in graduate education.
nrt research themes
NRT Research Themes
  • Data-Enabled Science and Engineering (DESE) theme
    • Address fundamental challenges in data-enabled science and engineering
    • Provide for educating the next generation of researchers in this space
  • Other crosscutting, interdisciplinary theme
    • Align with national STEM priority research areas
    • Have high potential for development of innovative practices of graduate education
what is a trainee
What is a Trainee?

STEM graduate student, irrespective of whether he/she is supported with an NRT stipend, research assistantship, teaching assistantship, or other funding, who is accepted into the program and required to complete all the required elements

review criteria
Review Criteria
  • Intellectual Merit
  • Broader Impacts
  • Additional Review Criteria
    • Integration of Science and Education
    • Interdisciplinarity
    • Integrating Diversity into NSF Program, Projects, and Activities
    • Evaluation
    • Sustainability
    • Model Dissemination
budget
Budget
  • Up to $3,000,000 (total) for up to five years
    • Direct costs for trainee support and programmatic elements must be commensurate with the goals of the proposal.
  • Stipend requirements
    • For trainees whose research is aligned with the project’s research theme
    • Minimum of $32,000 for 12-month appointment
    • No charge for tuition and any other required costs of education while receiving NRT stipend
number of proposals per organization
Number of Proposals per Organization
  • Institution may submit two proposals
    • At least one proposal must have a DESE theme
  • Proposers must designate either DESE or other cross-cutting, interdisciplinary theme in the title
nrt features distinct from igert
NRT Features Distinct from IGERT
  • Emphasis on training for multiple career pathways
  • Rotating priority research themes
  • Inclusion of both master’s and doctoral students
  • Broad definition of “trainee”
  • Increased programmatic and budgetary flexibility
nrt questions
NRT Questions
  • Questions submitted by Webinar participants
  • Additional questions