Dartmouth has been selected to particpate in a NSF_funded study to determine best practices in broader impact partnerships. Working with the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences, we are activley seeking faculty who will be preparing NSF Career submissions and are looking for support. Given the nature of VINS work, this is likely to be faculty in natural science-related programs.
The broader impact support workshops are open to ALL faculty, regardless of program, or proposal stage.
This workshop will guide you through the timeline for developing a strong proposal, identify key elements of a successful proposal, encourage you to think deeply about your broader impact goals, and introduce support on and off-campus in developing your submission for the deadline.
We will examine several proposals and work in groups to rank the proposals. Discussion to follow.
Bring your project summary and prepare to share for some peer review, as well as the opportunity for feedback from grant writing support specialists. We will have a panel of faculty, grant writing support officers, and partners to discuss how they might support you through your proposal, and to answer any questions you might have about the process.
If you are interested in participating in these workshops, please email us so we can guage attendance.