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New NSF Funding Opportunity: Build and Broaden 2.0

A new funding opportunity within the National Science Foundation Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) that may be of interest to SIOP researchers:

Build and Broaden 2.0:

Build and Broaden 2.0 is designed to support fundamental research in the SBE sciences by scholars at minority-serving institutions (MSIs). Proposals are invited from single Principal Investigators based at MSIs and from multiple co-investigators from a group of MSIs. Principal Investigators who are not affiliated with MSIs may submit proposals, but must collaborate with PIs, co-PIs, or Senior Personnel from MSIs and describe how their project will foster research partnerships or capacity-building with at least one MSI as a primary goal of the proposed work. Proposals may address any of the scientific areas supported by SBE. The full proposal deadline date is March 5, 2021 (Link to solicitation).

Stay tuned for updates to the Build and Broaden 2.0 program page, as FAQs and announcements about informational webinars for the program are forthcoming (Link to Build and Broaden program page). For more information about the creation of the Build and Broaden program, check out this blog post written by the Deputy Assistant Director of NSF SBE, Dr. Kellina Craig-Henderson (Link to blog post).

Eligibility information:

To check if your institution is an eligible MSI, please refer to the Build and Broaden 2.0 solicitation, and to the U.S. Department of Education’s definitions and lists of eligible postsecondary institutions (Link to MSI definitions and eligibility information).

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