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Funding Newsletters 2013

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  • January 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • How to Write a More Competitive NSF Proposal Using the Revised Grant Proposal Guide, 2013
    • How NSF’s Revised Merit Review Criteria for 2013 Will Impact Your Project Narrative
    • What’s New about Broader Impacts in 2013
    • Why Generalities Suffocate the Narrative
    • Update: White House’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership
  • February 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • The Too Kind Program Officer
    • NSF INSPIRE Webinar Report
    • Transagency Research: NSF/USDA/NIFA
    • The Dictionary of Common NSF Usage
    • The Background Researcher on Proposals
  • March 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • No Squishy Commitments or Weasel Clauses
    • Proportionality & Sequence in the Narrative
    • Time to Start on Your NSF CAREER Proposal
    • National Center for Environmental Research
    • The Role of Self-Assessment in Grant Success
  • April 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • Getting the Writing Right
    • Boost Your Grants IQ with RSS Feeds
    • Gain a Competitive Edge: Agency Webinars
    • Quantifying the Project Narrative
    • Observations on Writing the NSF ERC FY 2014
  • May 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • USDA/AFRI Competitive Grants Program, 2014
    • Red Teaming: Scalable, Adaptable & Versatile
    • Budgeting Strategies for Team Proposals
    • Logic Models
    • Resources for Your CAREER Education Plan
  • June 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • Going from Research Ideas to Research Dollars
    • NSF ERC Webinar Report
    • Now Proposals are Reviewed by NSF, NIH, DoED & DOE
    • Big Changes in STEM Education Funding
  • July 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • Writing the 1.5-Page Practice Proposal
    • Funding Snapshot: National Institute of Justice
    • Funding Snapshot: US Department of ED
    • How NASA, USDA, HHS/ACF Review Proposals
    • Last-Minute NSF CAREER Checklist
  • August 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • Avoid NSF's "Perp Walk" Audit for Plagiarism
    • Drafting UP the PI's Verbal Research Narrative
    • Importance of Planning for Large Team Grants
    • What All New Faculty Need to Know About NSF
    • NSF REU Proposal Checklist
  • September 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • Strategic Research Training for New Faculty
    • Pointing New Faculty to Hidden Opportunities
    • What New Faculty Need to Know about NIH
    • The Grant Writer’s Narrative Checklist
    • NSF CMMI’s Materials Reorganization
  • October 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • NSF and ED: Writing Education Proposals
    • Funding Strategies for New Humanities Faculty
    • Team Science:Energy Frontier Research Centers
    • Avoid the Generic Introduction & Background
    • NSF’s I-Corps Program
  • November 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • Searching the Foundation 990 for Funding
    • Your Grant-Writing Elevator Speech
    • AGEP Planning Strategies - Got Data?
    • Backgrounding the National Robotics Initiative
    • NSF’s Research Coordination Networks
  • December 2013 issue
    Contents:
    • New NSF EHR Programs: EHR Core, IUSE & REAL
    • Intelligence Advanced Research Project Activity
    • Transformed GRF and IGERT Mean New Metrics
    • ARPA-E Funds Applied Not Basic Research
    • STEM Attrition: Paths into and out of STEM
  


Funding newsletters 2014

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  • January 2014 issue
    Contents
    • Topics of Interest URLs
    • Summary: 2014 Global R&D Funding Forecast
    • Funding Your STEM Workforce Ecosystem
    • NIH Grant Writing for New Investigators
    • STEM Resources for Context/Dissemination
  • February 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • Writing the NIH BUILD Application
    • Funding Favors the Strategically Prepared
    • Idea Labs: What are They and Why at NSF
    • There is More to HHS than NIH
  • March 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • Decoding NSF for Funding Success
    • Strategic Planning for Funding Diversity
    • NIH Concepts: Anticipating Future Funding
    • NSF Budget FY2014: Focus Matters Most
    • FY2015 Preliminary Federal Research Budgets
  • April 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • NSF’s New Research Traineeship Program
    • Short Fuse or Wired Solicitation?
    • Opportunities for Social Science Funding at NSF
    • DARPA’s New Biological Technologies Office
    • Eliminate Ambiguity in the Research Narrative
  • May 2014 Issue
    Contents
    • Performing an Autopsy on Declined Proposals
    • Proposal Development Templates/Roadmaps
  • June 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • Research Narrative Integration Strategies
    • NSF Ferrets Out/Punishes Research Misconduct
    • Using Databases of Previous Awards
    • Unrealistic Expectations for Wordsmithing
  • July 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • NSF’S New Advanced Technology Education
    • Too Much Why and Not Enough How
    • Help New Faculty Give Birth to fundable Ideas
  • August 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • Agency Missions and Cultures Are Not Fungible
    • The NIH Common fund
    • Avoid Common Proposal figure Mistakes
    • NSF Crosscutting & Interdisciplinary Programs
  • September 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • NSF Science and Technology Center grants
    • The "Grant Therapist"
    • Mentoring students
    • Energy grants at NSF
  • October 2014 Issue
    Contents:
    • Research foundations
    • Funding big data
    • New investigators' guide to BAAs
    • Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies
  • November 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • Planning for funding success
    • Plan to write as a Team
    • NSF New Grip Program: An Integrative Model
  • December 2014 issue
    Contents:
    • Does Your Research Fit ONR’s Mission Priorities?
    • Understanding the Site Visit Process, Part 1
    • Writing Proposals for Instrumentation
  


Funding Newsletters 2015

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  • January 2015 issue
    Contents:
    • Counseling PIs on Broader Impacts
    • Writing Successful Grants in the Humanities
    • Two New NSF Funding Mechanisms
    • Strategies for Preparing for a Site Visit
  


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