Princeton University and federal funding agencies are committed to advancing discovery by harnessing a diverse range of views, expertise, and experiences. This diversity is essential for increasing the Nation’s capacity to perform research and development, enhance innovation, and create new technologies that benefit society.
Many calls for proposals encourage or require plans for promoting equity and inclusion as an intrinsic element to advancing scientific excellence in the research and/or training plan. Moreover, reviewers and program managers have high expectations for these plans, in that they should be evidence-based, well-reasoned, and adequately resourced.
Reach out to our research development team for support in brainstorming and creating a strong diversity, equity, and inclusion plan for your next proposal. We bring deep experience in developing these plans and familiarity with sponsor expectations.
Selected DEI resources from federal funders and the University:
National Science Foundation
- Broader Impacts
- Broadening Participation in STEM
U.S. Department of Energy – Office of Science
- DOE SC - Office of Scientific Workforce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Promoting Inclusive and Equitable Research (PIER) Plans [NEW!]
National Institutes of Health – BRAIN Initiative