Oregon State University

EarthScope National Office (ESNO)

NSF 14-553

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2014/nsf14553/nsf14553.htm

The Office for Research Development is requesting letters of intent for the National Science Foundation (NSF) – EarthScope National Office (ESNO)

This solicitation calls for proposals to establish a community-based EarthScope National Office. The Office will foster and support integrated science, education, outreach, and related activities for the EarthScope program; facilitate and coordinate EarthScope scientific planning and education and outreach activities; facilitate collaborative research; and when necessary, form scientific responses to “events” in EarthScope topics and/or regions of interest.

Research Office Letter of Intent Deadline:  July 28, 2014

Anticipated Funding Amount:  $600,000

Estimated Number of Awards: 1

Limit on Number of Proposals per Organization: 1

In an effort to provide the highest level of excellence and viability for funding, a review process will be put in place if more than one proposal is submitted. The finalist will be asked to represent Oregon State University and to submit their proposal to the NSF-ESNO program by the NSF deadline of September 26, 2014.

Information: Mary Phillips, Director, Office for Research Development at mary.phillips@oregonstate.edu

Guidance for preparation of letters of intent to the Research Office:

  • Limited Submission Program Title
  • Title of Project
  • Name of PI/Co-PI(s), include Department and College
  • Research project description
  • Detailed budget being requested from NSF (limit one page)
  • Standard NSF style biosketch for PI (limit two pages, single-spaced, 12 pt. font)
  • Letters of intent are limited to six pages (including budget and biosketch, single-spaced, 12 pt. font)
  • Submit electronically as a PDF document to: molly.mcferran@oregonstate.edu

Contact Info

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