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February 21, 2023
Join us in welcoming Ms. Linette Sandoval-Rzepka to the Office of Research as Senior Manager, Pre-Award!

Linette brings an extensive amount of pre- and post-award grant management experience, and experience working with teams to ensure successful grantsmanship. She will provide customer service-oriented pre-award research support, coordinate operations with leadership priorities, promote training, and track team outputs/reporting. 

Linette has worked in this field for over 13 years, in her positions at Lamont’s Division of Marine Geology and Geophysics (11/15-01/22), CUMC's Dept. of Dermatology (11/11-08/13) & Dept. of Psychiatry (02/22-Present), NYU, and Stevens Institute. She was the recipient of the 2020 Earth Institute Distinguished Staff Award, a testament to her skills, work ethic, and exemplary performance.
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Black History Month 
Teaching Black History To White People
February 22 | 12:00pm-1:30pm 

Readers’ Roundtable: Black Bodies Labeled Suspicious in Nature
February 28 | 12:00pm-1:30pm 

Project Management 101
February 23 | 10:00am-12:00pm

The Benefits of EQ: Cultivating Networks and Relationships
March 2 | 9:30am-11:00am

2023 Mineralogy Curatorial Search Presentations
February 23 - 28 | 11:00am-12:30pm

Democratizing Alternative Energy Solutions to Cities
February 23 | 5:00pm-6:00pm

2023 Research Infrastructure Project Management Webinar Series (Part I)
February 28 | 12:00pm-1:30pm

SPA: Anatomy of a (Hypothetical) Case of Research Misconduct
February 28 | 4:00pm-5:30pm

Climate Justice/ Climate Futures 
MRV as a Tool for Achieving Just Outcomes in the Carbon Removal Sector, with Anu Khan
February 28 | 4:15pm

White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council Virtual Public Meeting
March1 | 3:00pm
Register by February 27

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NASA: ROSES 2023 Omnibus Announcement
Due: Varies

Over 100 different proposal opportunities that together cover the wide range of basic and applied research and technology in space and Earth sciences supported by the Science Mission Directorate. Solicitation.
EPA: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
Announce: Early Summer 2023
Published two Federal Assistance Listings outlining key parameters of the grant competitions that will ultimately award nearly $27 billion to leverage private capital for clean energy and clean air investments across the country. 

General and Low-Income Assistance Competition 
Zero-Emissions Technology Fund Competition


Spark Climate Solutions: ERL Methane Drawdown Special Issue - Call for Papers
Amount: $20K
Due: February 27

This focus issue emphasizes methane mitigation and removal through oxidation at relatively low methane concentrations of <2000 ppm, for which few or no commercial options are currently available at scale. Solicitation.

FFAR: Seeding Solutions
Amount: Up to $1M
Due: March 8

Encourages innovative and transformative research to benefit farmers, consumers, and the environment, prioritizing projects that emphasize a commitment to cross-sector partnerships, provide solutions to an intractable problem, and/or accelerating innovation within FFAR’s Challenge Areas or AgMission. Solicitation.
Google: AI for the Global Goals
Amount: No limit
Due: March 17
Call to find organizations around the world that are using artificial intelligence to create new, innovative solutions to existing problems and to make progress against the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Solicitation.
NSF: DCL - Visionary Interdisciplinary Teams Advancing Learning (VITAL) Prize Challenge
Amount: Up to $250K
Due: March 19

The VITAL Prize Challenge will incentivize interdisciplinary teams to create innovative and translational K-12 learning technologies that synthesize recent discoveries in science and engineering with educational and training processes. Solicitation.

NSF: Biodiversity on a Changing Planet
Amount: Up to $2.5M for US portion
Due: March 29
Encourages proposals that integrate pattern- and process-based research approaches in the context of the constant gain, loss, and reorganization of biodiversity on a changing planet, with a strong emphasis on multidisciplinary research among climatic, geological, paleontological, ecological, organismal, phylogenetic and evolutionary sciences. Solicitation.
Stanford: Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability 2023
Amount: $150K

Recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to environmental preservation and global sustainability. For 2023, the nominees must come from North and Central America. Solicitation.

DOI: FY24 National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program
Amount: Up to $1M
Due: June 23
For projects that protect and restore valuable coastal wetland resources, including: 1) Acquisition of a real property interest (e.g., conservation easement or fee title) in coastal lands or waters (coastal wetlands ecosystems) from willing sellers or partners for long‐term conservation; 2) Restoration, enhancement, or management of coastal wetlands ecosystems; or 3) A combination of acquisition, restoration, enhancement, and management. Solicitation.


Sigma Xi: Grants in Aid of Research (GIAR)
 Amount: $1K
Due: March 15

By encouraging close working relationships between students and mentors, the program promotes scientific excellence and achievement through hands-on learning. Solicitation.
NASA: Summer School on Satellite Observations and Climate Models
Application Due: May 1

Students will explore how satellite observations can be used to evaluate and improve climate models, and will hear from a range of speakers on climate model diagnostics and evaluation and remote sensing of the planet. Solicitation


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