The Department of Energy Office of Science (SC) has released the fiscal year (FY) 2019 Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) and National Laboratory Announcement (NLA) for its Early Career Research program. The program supports talented university and National Laboratory researchers early in their careers with the long-term goal of nurturing a scientific workforce capable of meeting SC mission needs.
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Synopsis. The QCIS-Faculty Fellows (QCIS-FF) program aims to grow academic research capacity in the computing and information science fields to support advances in quantum computing and/or communication over the long term. QCIS-FF seeks to support departments and schools in U.S. institutions of higher education that conduct research and teaching in computer science, information science, and/or computer engineering, with the specific goal of encouraging hiring of tenure-track and tenured faculty in quantum computing and/or communication.
Synopsis. The Technology Transfer Incentive Program accelerates the commercialization of technology developed or enhanced at an institution of higher education or not-for-profit research institution by providing short-term, interim State assistance to the Applicant Institution working in collaboration with a New York Company Partner to commercialize intellectual property or research from the Applicant Institution to market.
Synopsis. The Faculty Development Program provides interim State assistance to either attract distinguished faculty from throughout the world to New York’s academic institutions of higher education; or retain leading researchers already working in academic institutions of higher education in New York. The full text of the RFP, which includes the Technology Transfer Incentive Program, is available at https://esd.ny.gov/doing-business-ny/requests-proposals/faculty-development-rfp.
Are you interested in learning more about opportunities for international research at RIT? Please join us discussion of International Research Opportunities on October 10, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. in 87-1600, Student Innovation Hall.
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The National Science Foundation (NSF) plays a leadership role in development and implementation of efforts to enhance and improve STEM education in the United States. Through the NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) initiative, the agency continues to make a substantial commitment to the highest caliber undergraduate STEM education through a Foundation-wide framework of investments.