The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation is presenting a workshop about the NSF CAREER program. The half-day session is designed to improve the competitiveness of NSF CAREER proposals.
Run by former NSF Program Directors now working at UMass Lowell, the session includes facilitated small group discussion and peer review of proposed project summaries; insights from CAREER awardees and CMMI CAREER Workshop attendees; evaluation and assessment for CAREER projects; brainstorming for leveraging existing campus activities for outreach and broader impacts; and review of CAREER submission processes and procedures.
Learn more about the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program.
Offered annually in April.