NSF Early Career Award: Campus Panel for Early Career Researchers

Mon, Oct 11, 2021, 12:30 pm
Location: 
Maeder Hall 103
Audience: 
Campus community
Sponsor(s): 
Office of the Dean for Research

This event will offer guidance and professional support for faculty researchers who are considering the NSF Early Career Award Program (next deadline is July 25, 2022). A panel discussion will cover a program overview and insights from prior CAREER award recipients, and will introduce prospective applicants to people and offices on campus that can support the development of a high-quality, competitive proposal. The panelists and moderator will share important resources and provide details on a Spring CAREER workshop for applicants.

Faculty who are unable to attend the event, but who are still interested in professional support for a future CAREER application or who want to know more about Research Development at Princeton, are encouraged to RSVP and request a follow-up from the Office of the Dean for Research. Prospective applicants can also reach out to Jennifer Speed (Jspeed@princeton.edu).

When: October 11, 12:30-2 PM (box lunch available at 12:30 PM; panel from 1-2 PM). 

RSVP: By October 4, fill out this form (please email Jspeed@princeton.edu with any questions).

Where: Maeder Hall 103

Moderator: Jennifer Speed, Research Development Strategist, Office of the Dean for Research

Featured panelists:

  • Daniel Cohen, Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Kelly Godfrey, Assistant Director of Educational and Program Assessment, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Matthew Kunz, Associate Professor of Astrophysical Sciences
  • Rod Priestley, Professor Chemical and Biological Engineering and Vice Dean for Innovation
  • Tricia Thorme, Director, Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship
  • Olga Troyanskaya, Professor of Computer Science

Panel will include discussion and Q&A.

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