Friday, October 22, 2021
Approximately $380,000 in competitive funding is offered as part of the Rhode Island Science & Technology Advisory Council's (RI STAC) participation with RI NSF EPSCoR/RI C-AIM.
Projects for the 2022 Call for Proposals are eligible that address research questions related to RI C-AIM's mission to develop new approaches of assessing, predicting and responding to the effects of climate change on coastal ecosystems.
Rhode Island research institutions, including higher education, academic, or business and government organizations, may collaborate in applying for grant funding. Projects that provide measures to translate research into K-12 and undergraduate classrooms to provide new learning experiences and to broaden participation of underrepresented minorities are encouraged.
Project teams must be collaborative in nature and include investigators from at least two RI C-AIM partner institutions. These include the University of Rhode Island, Brown University, Bryant University, Providence College, Rhode Island College, the Rhode Island School of Design, Roger Williams University, and Salve Regina University.
For more information, visit RI STAC's webpage.
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