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COE Faculty Mentoring Workshop - Getting Funded by NSF/NIH - Shared screen with speaker view
Charles Dhong
01:01:40
Are NSF panelists from the US or international?
Julia Maresca
01:02:27
Hi Charles — on the panels I’ve served on, almost all were from US institutions, but I think they can get international ad hoc reviewers
Panagiotis Artemiadis
01:04:48
For NIH proposals: Should a statistician be a member of the team (co-PI), or a single engineer PI that understands statistics could satisfy the statistics requirement?
Michael Santare
01:04:56
I really don’t know statistics. Do I need a co-investigator to apply to NIH? Is there another way to do this?
Sambeeta Das
01:05:55
For NSF: Does the success of the proposal depend only on the review panel score or can the program officer override the review panel recommendation?
Jovan Tatar
01:08:40
For NSF proposals: Should we include a list of reviewers NOT to include on the panel? Sometimes the most qualified experts in a particular research niche could have a conflict of interest. How carefully to NSF PDs consider this when selecting the reviewers?
Michael Santare
01:08:49
Thank you
Sambeeta Das
01:11:52
Great, thank you!
Charles Dhong
01:15:47
For NIH: There seem to be several common mistakes which engineers make. What are some of the others that makes a study section dislike a proposal?
Charles Dhong
01:18:38
thanks!
Sambeeta Das
01:19:14
Is this session recorded? Will you share the recording?
Julia Maresca
01:19:33
Here is the website https://resources.engr.udel.edu/
Michael Santare
01:20:09
I sat on an ad-hoc NSF panel, and all the Broader Impact were outreach-type activities. Is this typical?
Michael Santare
01:24:12
Thanks.
Julia Maresca
01:25:13
Thanks for holding this panel!
Charles Dhong
01:25:30
^ thanks for hosting!
Laure Kayser
01:25:31
Thank you!
Michael Santare
01:25:38
Thank you.
sunita chandrasekaran
01:25:40
indeed! thank you!!!
Lena Mashayekhy
01:25:40
Thank you.
Reva Street
01:25:41
Thanks!
Sambeeta Das
01:25:47
Thank you!