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February 28, 2023

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Columbia Neighbors: Centering Community In Your Communications
March 1 | 10:00am-11:00am

Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) Teams Webinar
March 2 | 12:00pm-1:00pm

How to Cultivate Stronger Networks and Relationships
March 2 | 9:30am-11:00am

Scaling Research: Connecting Your Science to Industry Partners
March 9 | 9:00am-10:30am

Black History Month 
Culturally-Minded Disaster Response
March 3 | 12:00pm-1:30pm

Workshop: Climate Change and Regional Security in Latin America
March 8 | 7:00am-12:00pm

Can Nuclear Power Be On Time and On Budget: A Discussion of Nuclear?
March 8 | 12:00pm-1:00pm

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Need help preparing your $4M+ proposal? Get in touch.
NSF: Global Centers (GC) - Use-Inspired Research Addressing Global Challenges in Climate Change and Clean Energy
Track I AmountUp to $5M
Track II AmountUp to $250K
Due: May 10

Ambitious new program to fund international, interdisciplinary collaborative research centers that will apply best practices of broadening participation and community engagement to develop use-inspired research on climate change and clean energy. Solicitation.
EPA: Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Grantmaking Program
Amount: Up to $50M
Due: May 31
New, innovative program will fund up to 11 entities to serve as Grantmakers to community-based projects that reduce pollution. Selected Grantmakers will develop an efficient, simplified process so that organizations that historically have faced barriers to receiving funding can more seamlessly apply for grants that address environmental harms and risks. Solicitation.


NPRB: Request for Proposals FY 2023
Amount: Up to $1M, varies by topic
Due: Rolling

Dedicated to pressing fishery management issues and important ecosystem information needs as prioritized by our Science Plan. Proposals are geographically focused in the Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, Aleutian Islands, and Arctic Ocean. Solicitation.
NOAA: Effects of Sea Level Rise (ESLR) Technical Assistance
Amount: Up to $250K
Due: March 15

Support approaches capable of evaluating the performance of natural and conventional flood mitigation projects and policy changes to subsequently inform the development of applications to other granting programs that can support the flood mitigation projects and planning exercises. Solicitation.
*Deadline Extended
NAC-CESU: Cooperative Agreement for CESU-affiliated Partner with North Atlantic Coast Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit
Amount: $20K
Due: March 27
Enable scientists of CESU Partner to sample vegetation and soils in big sagebrush ecosystems with the objective of data characterizing the species composition, vegetation structure and soil conditions at selected big sagebrush shrubland sites. Solicitation.
NSF: Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier - Core Research
Amount: Up to $2M
Due: March 30

Support multi-disciplinary research to sustain economic competitiveness, to promote worker well-being, lifelong and pervasive learning, and quality of life, and to illuminate the emerging social and economic context and drivers of innovations that are shaping the future of jobs and work. Solicitation.
NASA: ROSES 2023: A.2 Land Cover/Land Use Change - Multi-Source Land Imaging
Amount: ~ $750K
Step I Due: March 30
Step II Due: May 23
Includes studies that detect and quantify changes in land cover and land use; examine their impact on the environment and interactions with climate and society; and model future scenarios of Land Cover/Land-Use Change impacts. Solicitation.
Farm Credit East: AgEnhancement Grants
Amount: Up to $10K
Due: April 1

Help organizations promote awareness of and strengthen agriculture, commercial fishing, and forest products in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, and Vermont. Solicitation.


CTV: Columbia's Program for Diversity and Inclusion in Commercialization and Entrepreneurship
 Amount: Stipend
Due: March 6

Offers educational workshops, mentorship, networking, and funding opportunities to prepare participants for careers in bringing life science and physical science innovation to market. Solicitation.
NPS: The Joshua A. Nickerson Conservation Fellowship
 Amount: Varies by year
Due: March 24

Topics of interest include terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem processes, biotic and abiotic ecosystem components, cultural and natural resource management, and the political and social implications of resource protection and management. Solicitation

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