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Office of Research Workshop: National Science Foundation Broader Impacts 101

April 22, 2022 at 10:00am12:00pm EDT

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Do you write National Science Foundation (NSF) grants and feel that you would benefit from a deeper understanding of the NSF’s Broader Impacts (BI) criterion? Would you like tips and strategies for addressing the BI criterion in more compelling (and, hopefully, more fundable) ways?

The NSF-funded Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS) Center is the national leader in supporting BI professionals and providing BI training for researchers and grant-writers. Syracuse University and SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry will host ARIS to present their “Broader Impacts 101” workshop. The program has helped thousands of people make sense of the BI criterion and empowered them to approach their grant-writing with more clarity and confidence.

This 2-hour, activity-based virtual workshop will cover the history of the BI criterion, provide strategies for conceptualizing, developing, implementing and evaluating BI activities, and share tips on leveraging existing resources and establishing robust partnerships to build your “BI identity.”

This free workshop is limited to the first 50 faculty registrants. If registration slots remain open closer to the date of the workshop, it will be opened up to graduate student registration.

This workshop is being sponsored by both Syracuse University and SUNY ESF Offices of Research.

This event was first published on March 2, 2022 and last updated on April 6, 2022.

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