June 3 – 5, 2024 • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
SPRING 2024 NSF GRANTS
The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Grants Conference is making an eagerly anticipated transition to a hybrid event. Join NSF for the Spring 2024 Grants Conference from June 3 – 5, 2024, in historic Philadelphia, PA.
Registration will open on Wednesday, March 6, at 12 PM ET for in-person and virtual participation. We anticipate in-person registration will sell out quickly, so be prepared to register as soon as possible.
Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, Hong Kong
and Donhee Ham Research Group/Harvard SEAS
About the 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 staff will provide up-to-date information about policies and procedures, specific funding opportunities, and answer attendee questions.
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Why You Should Attend
The NSF Grants Conference is a must, especially for new faculty, researchers, and administrators. Attendees will engage in and learn:
- New programs and initiatives
- Proposal preparation
- NSF’s merit review process
- NSF directorate sessions
- Award management topics
- Conflict of interest policies
- NSF systems updates
For additional information regarding program content, contact us at [email protected]. A draft agenda will be available soon.
In Person: The fee to attend the conference in-person is $750. This fee includes breakfast, lunch, regular refreshments, and attendance at an evening reception.
Virtual: The virtual event registration fee is $50. Virtual attendees will have the opportunity to watch all sessions live and submit questions to presenters. Attendees will also gain access to the event platform to connect with other attendees, participate in networking activities, and watch content on-demand.
Virtual Attendee Information
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