SPRING 2023 NSF
JUNE 5-8, 2023
Image Credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser, Alexander Modys, Department of Geosciences, Florida Atlantic University, and David Baillot/UC San Diego
NSF Grants Conference
The NSF Grants Conference is designed to give new faculty, researchers, and administrators key insights into a wide range of current issues at NSF. NSF program officers provide up-to-date information about specific funding opportunities and answer attendee questions.
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About the Conference
The NSF Grants Conference is a must, especially for new faculty, researchers, and administrators.
- New programs and initiatives
- Proposal preparation
- NSF’s merit review process
- NSF directorate sessions
- Award management topics
- Conflict of interest policies
- NSF systems updates
We will be using Zoom to host this year’s virtual conferences. We recommend that you verify the system requirements below prior to joining a virtual conference.
- Most recent version of Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari
- Operating system: Windows 7+, Mac OS X 10.9+, or Ububtu 12.4+
- Zoom’s Bandwidth Requirements are:
- 2.0 Mbps up and down for single screen
- 2.0 Mbps up 4.0 Mbps down for dual screen
- For audio VoIP: 60-80kbps
- For more information please visit Zoom
Other things to consider
- It can help to close other tabs, browsers and programs while streaming the live conference. It also may help to hardwire your Internet connection, instead of using a wireless network connection.
- If you are having trouble hearing the webinar audio, check the volume on your computer and on your Zoom video player.
- If your computer screen freezes, please refresh your browser.
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