Manages Coordination of Limited Submission Opportunities.
  • Coordinates Limited Submission Opportunities (LSO), with the relevant program data posted on our Limited Submission Web Page. 
  • Limited Submission Guidelines
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Manages Incentive Programs
 
Provides Large and Complex Proposal Development Support
 
Research Development Document and Video Resources
Research Development - Board of Trustees 2021 Recording

The Board of Trustees meeting agenda item on research development: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/1_5jxr4rh

 

 

Are you an undergraduate student thinking about how to get funding for graduate school? An early-career researcher looking to launch your new lab? An established researcher with dozens of years of funding from NSF under your belt? Whatever the phase of your research career, it is a good idea to reach out to an NSF program officer as the first step in the application process.

Program officers are the heart and soul of NSF. They themselves are researchers - experts from the research community who guide grant proposals through Merit Review, part of the process that determines if a proposal is funded. Program officers are a valuable resource for both applicants and researchers who have been funded, as they can provide insight and often give direct feedback.

Don’t be intimidated to reach out to a program officer—they are there to help. The myth that reaching out might hinder your chances couldn’t be further from the truth! In fact, you may be surprised at how helpful your program officer can be.

Click on this website link five tips from NSF program officers to help you work with them:

https://beta.nsf.gov/science-matters/nsf-101-5-tips-how-work-nsf-program-officer