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Grant Opportunities and Grant Writing at NSF for the Bio-Link Network. Linnea Fletcher. The Problem. Lets Make it a Team Effort. AND Lets Increase Your Knowledge Base About NSF. NSF BUDGET. Education and Human Resources (EHR): FY 2009 (Actual) $845 Million

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lets make it a team effort
Lets Make it a Team Effort

AND Lets Increase Your Knowledge Base About NSF

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NSF BUDGET

Education and Human Resources (EHR):

FY 2009 (Actual) $845 Million

FY 2010 (Estimate) $873 Million

FY 2011 (Requested) $892 Million

Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE):

FY 2009 (Actual) $283 Million

FY 2010 (Estimate) $292 Million

FY 2011 (Requested) $290 Million

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Stimulus) fund of 2009 for DUE

- NOYCE Scholarship Program: 60 M

- Math and Science Partnership Program: 25 M

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1. (www.nsf.gov)

SIGN UP! And Review Info at Website

slide7

Director

Deputy Director

National Science Board

Inspector General

Staff Offices

Computer,

Information

Science

& Engineering

Mathematical

& Physical

Sciences

Biological

Sciences

Engineering

Geosciences

Social, Behavioral

& Economic

Sciences

Budget, Finance

& Award

Management

Information Resource

Management

Education

& Human

Resources

Take A Look at NSF

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Be Aware of NSF-wide Education Themes

Broadening participation

in the S&E workforce

Strengthening

teacher preparation

Integrating

research and education

Stimulating students through

Inquiry-based learning

Reaching a broader public

through informal education

be aware of education and human resources ehr themes
Be Aware of Education and Human Resources (EHR) Themes
  • Broadening Participation to Improve Workforce Development
  • Enriching the Education of STEM Teachers
  • Furthering Public Understanding of Science and Advancing STEM Literacy
  • Promoting Cyber-enabled Learning Strategies to Enhance STEM Education
  • Promoting Learning Through Research and Evaluation
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DUE Programs

  • Advanced Technological Education (ATE)
  • Transforming Undergraduate Education in STEM (TUES formerly CCLI)
  • Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service
  • Interdisciplinary Training for Undergraduates in Biological and Mathematical Sciences (UBM): EHR, BIO, MPS
  • Math and Science Partnership (MSP)
  • National STEM Education Distributed Learning (NSDL)
  • NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM)
  • Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Talent Expansion Program (STEP)
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BEFORE YOU TALK TO A PROGRAM OFFICER:

Have you Reviewed the Informational Papers Put out by NSF? By the Academies?

Have you Reviewed Awards in the Different Programs?

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Strategic Submission of Grant Includes Thinking about the Total Budget of a Program and the Rate of Funding

FY2009 FY2010 FY2011

(Actual) (Estimate) (Requested)

ATE $52 $64 $64

TUES/CCLI $66 $63 $61

STEP $29 $30 $30

S-STEM $75-100 /year from H1B visa fees

NOYCE $115 $55 $55

MSP $86 $58 $58

*(in Million)

ate funding rates
ATE Funding Rates

20 % across the tracks except for PIs new to ATE (within the last 10 years)

Funding rate for new PI small project is 50%

understand the nsf proposal review and decision process
Understand the NSF Proposal Review and Decision Process

Mail

Reviews

Award

(Via DGA)

Declination

Division

Director

Central

Processing

Program

Manager

Investigator/

Institution

Withdrawal

Panel

In-

appropriate

panel review process
Panel Review Process

Read and enter reviews on FastLane.

Look at Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts of the proposal, but look at everything.

Rate proposal (E, V, G, F, P)

Panel meets and discusses proposals; reviewers can change their ratings.

Competitive proposals usually have E’s and V’s, proposals with average less than 3.5 are usually considered non-competitive.

E = 5, V = 4, G = 3, F = 2, P = 1

criteria for evaluation

Criteria for Evaluation

What is the intellectual merit of the proposed activity?

What are the broader impacts of the proposed activity?

intellectual merit

Intellectual Merit

Addresses a major challenge

Informed by other projects (references)

Rationale and vision clearly articulated

Supported by capable faculty and others

Adequate facilities, resources, and commitment

Improved student learning

Effective evaluation and dissemination

Institutional and departmental commitment (sustainability)

broader impacts

Broader Impacts

Integrated into institution’s academic programs

Contributes to knowledge base, useful to other institutions

Widely used products that can be disseminated through commercial and other channels

Improved content and pedagogy for faculty and teachers

Increased participation by women, underrepresented minorities, and persons with disabilities

Ensures high quality STEM education for people pursuing careers in STEM fields or as teachers or technicians

grantsmanship
Grantsmanship

Become familiar with the NSF site

Read the Solicitation

Be Aware of Program Budgets and Funding Rates

Volunteer to Review Grants

Contact Principal Investigators on Grants of Interest

Know YOUR Strengths when you compose your project

Get Someone, unfamiliar with your project, to read your proposal

what can we do through the bio link network
What Can We Do Through the Bio-Link Network?

Weekly online meeting sharing information concerning grants

Webinars on Grantsmanship

One on one mentoring

What else?

thank you lafletch@nsf gov
Thank You!lafletch@nsf.gov

Questions?

Comments?