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Internal deadlines approaching for NSF proposals

Posted by on September 5, 2019

The office of the vice chancellor for research will conduct internal competitions to select Missouri S&T’s designated applicants for two upcoming National Science Foundation (NSF) funding opportunities that limit the number of applicants per institution. Letters of intent (LOIs) are due by the following deadlines:

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Researchers can enter S&T competition for NSF opportunity

Posted by on December 10, 2018

The National Science Foundation seeks proposals for its Cultivating Cultures for Ethical STEM (CCE STEM) funding opportunity. Missouri S&T’s office of the vice chancellor for research is holding an internal competition to determine S&T’s authorized applicant to CCE STEM. If you’re interested in participation, please email your letter of intent to research@mst.edu by Friday, Dec. 14.

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Letters of intent due soon for eFellows program

Posted by on April 16, 2018

Would you like to redesign your course for a blended or online audience? Missouri S&T’s eFellows program is designed to incentivize and support faculty. The program helps faculty redesign courses using best practices for teaching methodologies and technology for blended or online delivery. Mini-grants are available to support the redesign process as well as focused support and instructional design expertise from the educational technology. For more information, please contact Julie Phelps, instructional designer, at phelpsja@mst.edu. Letters of intent are due to Phelps by Friday, April 20, and must include the name of your course and co-principal investigators, if applicable.

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Deadline approaches for mini-grant letter of intent

Posted by on February 22, 2018

All faculty and staff planning to submit a proposal for the Educational Research Mini-Grant program should submit a letter of intent to the CERTI office by Thursday, March 1. Please email the letter of intent to certi@mst.edu or mail the letter to 207 Norwood Hall, with the title of your project and a brief, 100-word abstract.

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