2006 NSF CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop


Location & Hotels
Workshop Retrospect
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February 10, 2006
Registration deadline
February 20, 2006
Selected participants receive notice
March 1, 2006
Participants receive proposals for mock review
March 31, 2006
Participants submit reviews April 6, 2006
Workshop begins


Registration and Cost

The workshop is limited to 50 attendees in order to achieve the best results. Priority will be given to women, minority and disabled candidates, as well as candidates from the EPSCoR states. Other factors that might affect the selection include (1) the number of CAREER proposals that have been submitted by an applicant; and (2) whether the applicant’s next CAREER proposal will be submitted to DMI division.

If you are interested in attending the workshop, please complete the registration form (in MS Word format and PDF format) and email it to career@ksu.edu by February 10, 2006.

NSF has provided valuable funding for this workshop. There is no registration fee to attend the workshop. Workshop attendees are responsible for their travel and lodging expenses. However, for each qualified participant, up to $150 of the travel and lodging expenses can be reimbursed through Kansas State University.


Sponsored by the following NSF programs in the Design and Manufacturing Innovation (DMI) Division and the program of Grant Opportunity for Academic Liaison with Industry (GOALI):

Manufacturing Machines and Equipment (Dr. George Hazelrigg)
Materials Processing and Manufacturing (Dr. Mary Lynn Realff)
Engineering Design (Dr. Delcie Durham)
Manufacturing Enterprise Systems (Dr. Abhijit V Deshmukh)
Operations Research (Dr. Stephen Nash)
Service Enterprise Engineering (Dr. Matthew J Realff)

Host Institutions

Kansas State University
Wichita State University