CSU NSF Research at Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) Exemplars

TOPICS 

  • Insights on the NSF RUI and MRI programs
  • Fostering interdisciplinary collaborations in NSF RUI-related research
  • Tips by NSF RUI awardees on successfully submitting a proposal
  • Leveraging an NSF RUI award to achieve professional and research goals
  • Best practices and lessons learned ​

SPEAKERS
Michelle Bushey & Rebecca Peebles, National Science Foundation, Developing Successful Proposals at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions: NSF insights on the RUI and MRI Programs
Amy Furniss, Cal State East Bay, Enabling CSU Undergraduates, the Opportunity to Provide Impactful Contributions to Very High Energy Astrophysics Research
John Goeltz, CSU Monterey Bay, Writing a Successful NSF RUI Grant Proposal When Your Campus Doesn't Offer a Major in Your Discipline
Melanie Michalak, Humboldt State, Evaluating Crustal Deformation in Southern Cascadia: A Collaborative Approach
Nan Wang, Fresno State, Low Power Bulldog Mote Design for Wireless Sensor Networks
Rosemary Sherriff, Humboldt State, Diverse Conifer Responses to Drought in Northern California
Andres Martinez, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Research on Paper

Per the National Science Foundation, this presentation is not included in this webcast recording. However, their PPT slides during this presentation can be found below.
CSU NSF Research at Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) Exemplars ​PowerPoint

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