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 ([email protected]).
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 [email protected] with any questions).
Where: Maeder Hall 103
Moderator: Jennifer Speed, Research Development Strategist, Office of the Dean for Research
- 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
- Trisha Thorme, Director, Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship
- Olga Troyanskaya, Professor of Computer Science
Panel will include discussion and Q&A.