Nevada NASA Space Grant Consortium 2018+ Preliminary Multi-year Hands-On-Training Faculty Competition

Focus: The primary focus of this program is to firmly establish new or continuing STEM hands-on-training activities that utilize NASA related interdisciplinary content for higher education and/or pre-college students. Proposals should include authentic, hands-on student activities in NASA-related STEM disciplines.

Funding: NVSGC seeks to fund 2 projects with a maximum federal contribution of $25,000 per year ($75,000 over three years, $50,000 over two years, federal contribution only). Due to the requirements of the Space Grant program, a 1:1 institutional match is required on all awarded funds. The total maximum funding amount with match per proposal is $50,000 per year (maximum $25,000 federal + $25,000 institutional match).

Opportunity URL: https://nasa.epscorspo.nevada.edu/funding/2018-hands-on-training/

Faculty Collaboration

Qualifications

  • Faculty at any NSHE Institution may apply.
  • Must be U.S. citizens, including: Citizens of Puerto Rico, Washington DC, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Northern Mariana Islands.
  • Permanent residents, green card holders, or student visa holders are not eligible to receive direct funding.

Informational Webex Seminar: July 13, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

To join this meeting: https://dri.webex.com/dri/j.php?MTID=m22f91345d485c579275710b03daff1c6.

To join by phone: 650-429-3300

Meeting Number/Access Code: 803 626 520

Compensation

$25,000 per year

Open Date

06/23/2017

Closing Date

08/22/2017

Contact Name

Gibran Chavez-Gudino

Contact Phone

(702) 522-7081

Contact Email

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