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Q&As and information sessions

Funding Opportunity Webinar: Strengthening American Infrastructure

About the series

NSF's Strengthening American Infrastructure program supports research and other activities that incorporate scientific insights about human behavior and social dynamics to better design, develop, rehabilitate and maintain strong and effective American infrastructure. We invite you to come learn more about this funding opportunity and how to submit a proposal.

The webinar will be held on Tuesday, March 15 from noon - 1 p.m. Eastern. Registration is required.

Program officers from across NSF will provide highlights from the new 2022 funding guidelines, including supported proposal types, special proposal requirements and deadlines. Proposed research and planning projects should incorporate a convergence of expertise in one or more of the social, behavioral or economic sciences and be integrated with other disciplines to achieve substantial and potentially pathbreaking fundamental research focused on infrastructure.

Featured speakers include NSF Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences Division Director Marc Sebrechts and NSF Program Director Steven Breckler.

Attendees will have an opportunity to submit questions during a live Q&A session.

Registration is required to attend. The event will be held on Zoom and live captions will be available.

  • Zoom webinar registration
  • Real-time captions will be displayed in the Zoom application during the event. If you don't see the captions, please click the "closed caption" button in Zoom.

To request other reasonable accommodations, please contact SBE meeting support by March 1.


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