NSF CAREER Awards: Best Practices and Mock Review

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Date/Time:Tuesday, 07 Mar 2017 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Location:Campanile Room, Memorial Union
Cost:Free
URL:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nsf-career-...2120903487
Contact:Amy Harris-Tehan
Phone:515-294-7540
Channel:Research Office
Categories:Training, development
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Recent CAREER grant awardees at Iowa State will share their experiences from the proposal development process, including their plans for broader impacts, evaluation and other program requirements.

Panelists also will share their proposal reviews so attendees can gain a better understanding of what the NSF looks for in a proposal. This session will be most beneficial for third- or fourth-year faculty who have begun to establish their research interests.

Register online.

Presenters:
- Kelvin Chu, The Implementation Group (previous NSF program director)
- Dipali Sashital, assistant professor, BBMB (2016 NSF CAREER awardee)
- Rebecca Flint, assistant professor, physics and astronomy (2015 NSF CAREER awardee)
- Maria Salas Fernandez, associate professor, agronomy (2014 NSF CAREER awardee)