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Star Family Challenge for Promising Scientifc Research - Deadline: February 28, 2018

January 12, 2018

The Star Family Challenge for Promising Scientific Research provides seed funding to interdisciplinary high-risk, high-impact projects in the natural or social sciences. Faculty members in FAS and SEAS are eligible to apply for awards ranging from $20,000 to $200,000. Up to five awards are made annually. Award recipients will present their projects at a Challenge event on April 9, 2018, prior to receipt of funding.

Workspace to replace Grants.gov forms on 1/1/18: Register now to obtain access

October 20, 2017

Beginning on January 1, 2018, all grants.gov applications must be submitted using Workspace, an online, web-based application, rather than the legacy PDF application package.  Neither Fastlane (NSF) or ASSIST (NIH) will be affected, but other federal funders that will require use of workspace include DOD, ONR, AFOSR, DARPA, DOE, NIJ, NEH, NEA, IMLS, and USDA.

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OBI Grants Management Training - Tuesday, August 29th

August 23, 2017

New to grants management at Harvard or need a refresher on using the Grants Management Reports in OBI? Come on down to the training on Tuesday, August 29th at 9:30am at 8 Story Street to explore the use of the ICC report, learn how to customize your Sponsored Accounts dashboard to get a picture of your portfolio, and how to dig in to your Subagreements report to assist with your sub monitoring efforts. Have a question about a grants management report not covered in the training? Bring it up to your instructors and ask away. Also, we are always open to feedback on...

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