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NSF Public Access Policy Changing
NSF  announced today  it’s framework for Public Access in order for information about NSF funded research to be accessible to all. This NSF requirement will apply to new awards resulting from proposals submitted, or due, on or after the effective date of the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) that will be issued […]

NIH Simplifies Policy for Late Application Submission
The NIH has released a new, simplified policy for late application submission. There is a two week window of consideration after the application due date, during which time the NIH will consider accepting a late application. For complete guidelines on the policy as well as what is considered acceptable and not acceptable for late application submission […]

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Recent Grants

Center for Prison Education Awarded 2-Year Grant from The Tow Foundation
In July, the Wesleyan Center for Prison Education (CPE) was awarded a grant from The Tow Foundation of $100,000 over two years in unrestricted funding for general operating expenses. Funds will be used for academic programming, instructional materials and administrative costs of the program. Now in its sixth year, CPE provides accredited Wesleyan courses to incarcerated students…

NIST Grant Supports Research on Biological Materials, Assembly Processes
Francis Starr, director of the College of Integrative Sciences, professor of physics, received a $282,000 grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology in September. The grant will support “Heterogeneous Dynamics and Assembly Processes in Soft and Biological Materials,” a collaborative research project between Wesleyan and NIST. NIST is expected to fund the project through…

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