Synopsis. The NSF Research Traineeship (NRT) program is designed to encourage the development of bold, new, potentially transformative, and scalable models for STEM graduate training that ensure that graduate students develop the skills, knowledge, and competencies needed to pursue a range of STEM careers. The NRT program initially has one priority research theme - Data-Enabled Science and Engineering (DESE); in addition, proposals are encouraged on any other crosscutting, interdisciplinary theme.
The National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) has a program of interest to the RIT community.
E-Team grants support commercial outcomes by moving science and technology innovations from the idea stage to prototype and eventually to market. An E-Team is a multidisciplinary group of faculty, students, and industry mentors working together to bring a product or technology to market. The "E" stands for excellence and entrepreneurship.
RIT has received a new F&A rate agreement approved by DHHS for use on externally funded projects. New projects effective July 1, 2014 or later will utilize the following F&A rates:
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The Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences (CEIS) utilizes New York State funding to support company-sponsored research conducted by Principal Investigators (PIs) at the University of Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology, and other regional universities. CEIS support is limited to research funded by companies that have an operational presence in New York and will be able to leverage the results of that research to make an economic impact in the state.
Paul Tymann, Professor and Chair of the Computer Science Department from 2006 - 2013, currently serves as Program Director in NSF's Division for Undergraduate Education. He will be visiting RIT on May 2, 2014 and he will deliver a workshop for the RIT community:
Reviewing NSF Proposals: Learn about Effective Proposal Writing via the Review Process
Friday, April 25, 2014
Student Innovation Hall
Please join us for a brief program followed by a reception in celebration of RIT’s Investigators.