The NRC and FLAS Application: Putting it all Together. Presentation by: Cheryl E. Gibbs, Senior Program Officer Peter Baker, Program Officer February 2-3, 2009 International Education Programs Service. The criteria specific sessions provide guidance about how to respond to the
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Cheryl E. Gibbs, Senior Program Officer
Peter Baker, Program Officer
February 2-3, 2009
International Education Programs Service
The criteria specific sessions provide guidance about how to respond to the
Note: The FY 2010 Closing Date Notice (CDN) and application
package will provide additional guidance about competition
PLEASE SEE CDN FOR FINAL CONFIRMATION OF
ALLOWABLE FONTS AND SIZES.
One page; single- or double-spaced. Use 1’ margin: top, bottom and sides
Make sure that all date references are correct
Include a brief summary of the activities that you are requesting NRC funding, for the FY 2010-2013 cycleAbstract Tips
Section A: Budget Summary
This is the form where you enter the NRC and FLAS program fund
Section C: The is your Detailed NRC and/or FLAS Budget for the 4-year grant cycle
Note:FY 2006 limits: Single Institution 40 pp Consortium 50 pp
The narrative is the section of the application that addresses the selection criteria.
Department and tenure status
Education (degree, institution, year)
Academic and related overseas experience
Language(s) with proficiency indicated (include scale and values)
% time dedicated to area or international studies
Area or international courses taught
Research and teaching specialization
Number of dissertations or theses supervised over past 5 years
DistinctionsBio Tips (cont.)
There are provisions in the HEOA that impact the regulations for the NRC and FLAS programs. The next slides highlight provisions in the law that will be integrated into program regulations.
sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields to achieve foreign