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For NIH: Key Biological and/or Chemical Resources
The NIH has developed a page on its website devoted to defining key biological and chemical resources. You may find the definition by clicking here. Addtionally, it has developed a page providing instruction on what type of information should be included in the Key Biological and/or Chemical Resources Attachment. You may find that information by […]
NSF Headquarters Move
The NSF Headquarters will be relocating its IT operations to its new headquarters in Alexandria, VA from June 30th at 8 p.m. (EDT) through July 4th at 6 p.m. (EDT). During this time the NSF website, Research.Gov and FastLane will be unavailable. Please plan accordingly.  NSF staff will be relocated in August.
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Recent Grants

Dubler ’97 Awarded Carnegie to Research, Write on Prison Abolition
Joshua Dubler ’97, assistant professor of religion at the University of Rochester, is one of 33 national recipients of a 2016 Carnegie Award. With this fellowship, Dubler is studying prison abolition. His book manuscript, Break Every Yoke: Religion, Justice, and the End of Mass Incarceration, presents abolitionist logic to make the case. Co-authored with Vincent…
Petit Foundation Supports Girls in Science Summer Camp
This month, Wesleyan’s Green Street Teaching and Learning Center received an $8,000 grant from the Petit Family Foundation to support the 2017 Green Street Girls in Science Summer Camp. The Girls in Science Summer Camp is open to all children going into grades 4, 5 and 6. Children perform experiments and explore chemistry, electronics and…
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