Please join us for the upcoming webinar about the Biology Integration Institutes (BII) on November 18th, 2019 at 2pm EST!
During this webinar, program directors from the BIO BII Team will address questions about the recently released solicitation (NSF 20-508).
Use the registration link below to register for our November 18th webinar.
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The BII is a new funding opportunity to strengthen the connections between biological subdisciplines and encourage a reintegration of biology. This funding opportunity is a part of BIO’s larger efforts to stimulate integrative thinking in the biological research community.
To learn more about the Biology Integration Institutes, visit the solicitation and program website.
Letters of Intent for Implementation Proposals are due December 20, 2019. The deadline for full proposals, in both the Design and Implementation tracks, is February 6, 2020.
Re-posted from BIO Buzz .
MCB will host a workshop-based webinar on writing competitive proposals for faculty members at HBCU institutions. The webinar will familiarize interested applicants with program directors within the BIO directorate, review the merit review process, provide tips on writing a strong proposal, and encourage prospective PIs to communicate closely with program directors before submitting a Letter of Intent. The deadline to register for this webinar is March 26.
The webinar will focus on the EiR component of NSF solicitation NSF
18-522, the track which supports proposals that enable STEM and STEM
education faculty to further develop research capacity at HBCUs and to conduct
research. Letters of Intent for the HBCU-UP EiR solicitation are due July
23, 2019. Letters of Intent are required before full proposals (due Oct. 1,
2019) may be submitted.
Valuable information including registration information has been emailed to department heads in departments of biology, life sciences, or related disciplines. If you are a faculty member in a biology-related discipline at an HBCU and have not received this information, please send an email to MCBwebreg@nsf.gov. Interested PIs will indicate their availability from eight possible dates and the webinars will then be scheduled to maximize participation. The registration deadline for the webinar is March 26 to allow MCB time to develop content appropriate to participant interests.