WK 23 - New and Continuing National Science Foundation Funding Opportunities for Students, Teachers, Postdocs, and Researchers--FREE

Monday, August 8, 2011: 11:30 AM-1:15 PM
18D, Austin Convention Center
Organizer: David W. Inouye
Co-organizer: Nancy B. Grimm
The National Science Foundation has a large number and wide range of opportunities for funding relevant to ecologists. Undergraduates are eligible for Research Experience for Undergraduates, and teachers (K-12) for Research Experience for Teachers, both of which suport participants to work on NSF-funded research projects. Graduate students can apply both for Fellowships and Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants, and Postdocs are eligible for Fellowships too. Basic research in many areas is funded by NSF, including most topics relevant to this Annual Meeting’s theme of Planetary Stewardship. Standing programs and special competitions are important resources for the research community, as are less-well-known opportunities for workshop funding and collaborative research projects. Program officers from the Division of Environmental Biology and other relevant Divisions of NSF will be at this workshop, to make short presentations and answer your questions.
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