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Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): Others


International Short Visits are aimed at researchers in Switzerland who wish to go abroad for a short period or researchers abroad who wish to collaborate with researchers in Switzerland. During the visit, they pursue a small joint research project.

Short visits may last from one week to three months. There are no geographical and topical restrictions. The grants include travel, room and board expenses.

The guest needs to fulfil the following requirements:

  • hold a doctorate (or a comparable degree);
  • be employed as a researcher in his/her home institution;
  • establish or renew cooperation between home and guest institution as a result of the visit;
  • must not have received a grant under this scheme within the last three years; certain restrictions may still apply after the three-year period.

The host needs to meet the following requirements:

  • have the permission of his head of department;
  • has to be employed as a scientist in the division;
  • has to provide a desk and other infrastructure to the guest;
  • must not have received a guest under this funding scheme within the last two years.

int_eu_short_visits_e(1).pdf


http://www.snf.ch/en/funding/careers/international-short-visits/Pages/default.aspx#Participation%20requirements
Posted: 11/08/2016

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)


Michigan State University (MSU) is leading an initiative on university engagement for capacity building in low-carbon forest management and REDD+ in Indonesia. This is part of the large USAID LESTARI project focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and conserving biodiversity in carbon rich and biologically significant forest systems in Indonesia. MSU is seeking applicants for a funded sabbatical in this project. The successful candidate will facilitate capacity building with Michigan State University, the University of Palangka Raya in Central Kalimantan and USAID LESTARI, and likely pursue ecological or social science research related to forestlands and/or peatlands. Bahasa Indonesian language is necessary; a 6-week immersion course is available at the beginning of the sabbatical in Jakarta, if needed. Funding support is available for 6 months of salary and benefits, 8 to 12 months of living expenses, airfare and other indirect costs. Research support is negotiable. Expected start is Fall 2017. Please direct inquiries to Mr. Jay Samek, Research Scientist, Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 48823. Email: samekjay@msu.edu; phone: 517-432-3924.


http://goes.msu.edu/uploads/publications/lestari-full.pdf
Posted: 11/23/2016

Estimated Program Funding: $2,000.00
Funding Agency(s): North Carolina State University


All CALS faculty are encouraged to take study leave. In an effort to encourage scholarly leave, George J. and Rhoda W. Kriz established an endowment for off-campus scholarly assignments. Two awards of $2,000 are available to support study leave each year. Any CALS faculty member with approved study leave at an out-of-state location is eligible. Submit applications to NCARS on or before the third Friday in November of each fiscal year. For instructions on how to apply, ask your Department Head or call (919) 515-2717. The Kriz Award can be used as leverage to obtain other support for the study leave.


https://cals.ncsu.edu/research/research-resources/kriz-faculty-leave-endowment-award/
Posted: 01/04/2017

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): Others


The  Coca-Cola  Company, its global philanthropic arm, The  Coca-Cola  Foundation, and its regional foundations strive daily to be responsive to the citizenship priorities in the global communities where we live and work. Learn more about our regional foundations.

At The  Coca-Cola  Company, we recognize that we cannot have a healthy and growing business unless the communities we serve are healthy and sustainable. As a global beverage company, we have committed ourselves to improving the quality of life in the communities where we do business. Our community investment priorities reflect the global and local nature of our business and focuses on those global pillars where The  Coca-Cola  Company can make a unique and sustainable difference: water stewardship, active healthy living, community recycling, and education.


http://www.coca-colacompany.com/our-company/community-requests-guidelines-application
Posted: 05/04/2017

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): Others


The  Coca-Cola  Company, its global philanthropic arm, The  Coca-Cola Foundation, and its regional foundations strive daily to be responsive to the citizenship priorities in the global communities where we live and work. Learn more about our regional foundations.

At The  Coca-Cola  Company, we recognize that we cannot have a healthy and growing business unless the communities we serve are healthy and sustainable. As a global beverage company, we have committed ourselves to improving the quality of life in the communities where we do business. Our community investment priorities reflect the global and local nature of our business and focuses on those global pillars where The  Coca-Cola  Company can make a unique and sustainable difference: women, water and community well-being.

Community Support Application Guidelines 

All requests for community support in the form of grants or sponsorships for consideration by The  Coca-Cola  Company, The  Coca-Cola  Foundation or any of its affiliated regional foundations must be submitted through our online application system. Those proposals meeting specific guidelines, and further our strategic goals and objectives, will be considered for funding. Applications that are faxed or mailed will be returned to the organization with an invitation to apply through the online application.

 

?Each year, we receive thousands of proposals for a variety of initiatives, programs and events. While we are pleased that there are so many volunteers and organizations working to make a difference in our communities, we are focused on those initiatives that align with our overall community investment priorities. Find out what kinds of requests we do not generally support

If you are seeking support from The  Coca-Cola  Company or its affiliate foundations, please review the Frequently Asked Questions before beginning the application process and then respond to the Eligibility Questionnaire as a part of the application process.


http://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/community-requests-guidelines-application
Posted: 02/07/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)


Opportunity for collaboration between researchers under Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and USDA/NIFA on agricultural resilience

In 2017 the Agricultural Chief Scientists of both USDA and AAFC identified agricultural resilience as a key area of interest for research collaboration. There is now an opportunity for U.S. researchers supported by USDA/NIFA to collaborate with researchers supported by AAFC.  AAFC has provided a list of 30 AAFC-funded projects in agroecosystem resilience where the AAFC researchers welcome contact from U.S. scientists conducting or considering agricultural resilience research under USDA/NIFA’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) who may be interested in research collaboration.   See International Programs webpage of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada – AAFC for the list of AAFC-funded projects and researchers http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/?id=1531930128353


http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/?id=1531930128353
Posted: 07/31/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)


Opportunity for collaboration between researchers under JPIAMR and USDA/NIFA

The Joint Programming Intitaive on Antimicrobial Resistance (JPIAMR - a consortium of European research agencies funding European country scientists on AMR) supports research projects and networks that enable European researchers to collaborate across national and scientific borders to tackle the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance.  U.S. researchers such as those applying to USDA/NIFA’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) that may be interested in identifying international collaborators on addressing antimicrobial resistance may want to refer to the JPIAMR supported projects website https://www.jpiamr.eu/supportedprojects/


https://www.jpiamr.eu/supportedprojects/
Posted: 07/31/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)


Opportunity for collaboration between researchers under JPI HDHL and USDA/NIFA


The Joint Programming Initiative for a Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life (JPI-HDHL - a consortium of European research agencies funding European country scientists on diet and health) and USDA/NIFA each have an interest in understanding the interaction of the human intestinal microbiome with food and nutrients and understanding links between diet and health. USDA/NIFA, under its Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) is offering support to U.S. researchers on the role of bioactive components of food in preventing inflammation or promoting gut health, and the role of the human gut microbiome on nutrient uptake, utilization and efficiency and their overall impacts on human health and well-being. USDA/NIFA AFRI applicants are free to collaborate with European potential colleagues with relevant interests involved with JPI HDHL if they wish. Below are links to JPI HDHL Intestinal Micriobiomics projects information – including project leader contact info for the second wave of projects (funded, but still to begin, sometime in 2018): http://www.healthydietforhealthylife.eu/index.php/joint-actions/hdhl-intimic

And the first wave (funded in 2016) http://healthydietforhealthylife.eu/images/factsheets_2017/Research_Area_2.pdf


http://www.healthydietforhealthylife.eu/index.php/joint-actions/hdhl-intimic
Posted: 07/31/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $70,000.00
Funding Agency(s): U.S. - Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF)


The U.S.-Israel Science Foundation (BSF) is pleased to announce the opening of a new round of applications in a joint funding program in Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (MCB), with the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).
The Terms of this program are as follows:
General:
1. This NSF-BSF program is not a “special” program with the NSF setting aside money for potential grants. Rather, it is an integral part of the regular NSF programs in these discipline, with no “special” funds. Clear understanding of it by the U.S. partner is essential before embarking on proposal writing.
Synopsis of Program:
The Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (MCB) supports quantitative, predictive, and theory-driven fundamental research and related activities designed to promote understanding of complex living systems at the molecular, subcellular, and cellular levels. MCB is soliciting proposals for hypothesis-driven and discovery research and related activities in four core clusters:
? Molecular Biophysics
? Cellular Dynamics and Function
? Genetic Mechanisms
? Systems and Synthetic Biology
MCB gives high priority to research projects that use theory, methods, and technologies from physical sciences, mathematics, computational sciences, and engineering to address major biological questions. Research supported by MCB uses a range of experimental approaches--including in vivo, in vitro and in silico strategies--and a broad spectrum of model and non-model organisms, especially microbes and plants. Typical research supported by MCB integrates theory and experimentation. Projects that address the emerging areas of multi-scale integration, molecular and cellular evolution, quantitative prediction of phenome from genomic information, and development of methods and resources are particularly welcome. Highest funding priority is given to
applications that have outstanding intellectual merit and strong broader impacts. Proposals that include research motivated by relevance to human health, or address the molecular basis of human diseases and treatment are not appropriate for the Division and will be returned without review.
Full information about the program can be found in the DCL here.
2. The division has a new track people are welcome to submit to. Rules of Life Track: The Rules of Life Track (RoL) seeks to support integrative research and training that aims to identify the underlying general principles that operate across hierarchical levels of living systems, from molecules to organisms to ecosystems, and that explain emergent properties.
For more information please read the NSF solicitation here.
3. Applications must be written jointly by an Israeli and a U.S. scientist from a U.S. research institution.
4. The NSF accepts applications only from U.S. scientist and submission to the NSF should be made by the U.S. PI alone (the Israeli does not appear as a formal co-PI on the application). However, in the collaborative applications, the role of the Israeli partner(s) must be described. Furthermore, it should be clearly explained why the contribution of the Israeli PI to the research project is important/essential.
5. If awarded a grant, the Israeli scientist will receive a grant from the BSF, while the U.S. scientist will receive a grant from the NSF.
6. The size of the BSF grant to the Israeli is expected to be up to 70,000$/year for experimental programs and up to $40,000/year for theoretical or computer based program, subject to the availability of funds. If more than a single Israeli group is involved in the research, the budget may be increased by up to 50%.

7. BSF will follow the decision by the U.S. funding agency regarding the length of the project.
8. We have put together a presentation with tips for Israeli scientists who wish to submit to the NSF-BSF. You can download the presentation here.


https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2018/nsf18585/nsf18585.htm?WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click
Posted: 09/04/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $70,000.00
Funding Agency(s): U.S. - Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF)


General:
1. This NSF-BSF program is not a “special” program with the NSF setting aside money for potential grants. Rather, it is an integral part of the regular NSF programs in these discipline, with no “special” funds. Clear understanding of it by the U.S. partner is essential before embarking on proposal writing.
Synopsis of Program:
2. The Division of Integrative Organismal Systems (IOS) supports research aimed at understanding why organisms are structured the way they are and function the way they do. Proposals should focus on organisms as a fundamental unit of biological organization. Principal Investigators (PIs) are encouraged to apply systems approaches that will lead to conceptual and theoretical insights and predictions about emergent organismal properties. Areas of inquiry include, but are not limited to, developmental biology and the evolution of developmental processes, nervous system development, structure, and function, physiological processes, functional morphology, symbioses, interactions of organisms with biotic and abiotic environments, and animal behavior.
A full description of the current program can be found in the solicitation on the NSF website. It is strongly advised for all potentials applicants (including Israelis) to read the document carefully: https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2018/nsf18586/nsf18586.htm?WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click
Program Areas:
3. Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by Behavioral Systems Cluster: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=504676&org=IOS&from=home
Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by Developmental System Cluster: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=504677&org=IOS&from=home
Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by Physiological and Structural Systems Cluster: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=504679&org=IOS&from=home (Note that plant-microbial symbiosis proposals previously submitted to the Symbiosis, Defense, and Self-recognition (SDS) Program in the Physiological and Structural Systems Cluster of IOS are excluded from the current program).
Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by Neural Systems Cluster: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=504678&org=IOS&from=home
Proposals are welcome in all areas of sciences supported by Plant Genome Research Program: https://nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5338&org=IOS&from=home
4. The program will accept full proposals and the pre-proposal stage has been canceled.
5. Applications must be written jointly by an Israeli and a U.S. scientist from a U.S. research institution.
6. The NSF accepts applications only from U.S. scientist and submission to the NSF should be made by the U.S. PI alone (the Israeli does not appear as a formal co-PI on the application). However, in the collaborative applications, the role of the Israeli partner(s) must be described. Furthermore, it should be clearly explained why the contribution of the Israeli PI to the research project is important/essential.
7. If awarded a grant, the Israeli scientist will receive a grant from the BSF, while the U.S. scientist will receive a grant from the NSF.
8. The size of the BSF grant to the Israeli is expected to be up to 70,000$/year for experimental programs and up to $40,000/year for theoretical or computer based program. If more than a single Israeli group is involved in the research, the budget may be increased by up to 50%.
9. BSF will follow the decision by the U.S. funding agency regarding the length of the project.
10. We have put together a presentation with tips for Israeli scientists who wish to submit to the NSF-BSF. You can download the presentation here.

Please see the attached pdf for more information. 

BSF-NSF_IOS_Call.pdf


https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2018/nsf18586/nsf18586.htm?WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click
Posted: 09/04/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $70,000.00
Funding Agency(s): U.S. - Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF)


General:
1. This NSF-BSF program is not a “special” program with the NSF setting aside money for potential grants. Rather, it is an integral part of the regular NSF programs in these discipline, with no “special” funds. Clear understanding of it by the U.S. partner is essential before embarking on proposal writing.
Synopsis of Program:
2. The NSF-BSF joint funding program with the Division of Environmental Biology (DEB) of the NSF, supports fundamental research on populations, species, communities, and ecosystems. Scientific emphases range across many evolutionary and ecological patterns and processes at all spatial and temporal scales. Areas of research include biodiversity, phylogenetic systematics, molecular evolution, life history evolution, natural selection, ecology, biogeography, ecosystem structure, function and services, conservation biology, global change, and biogeochemical cycles. Research on organismal origins, functions, relationships, interactions, and evolutionary history may incorporate field, laboratory, or collection-based approaches; observational or manipulative experiments; synthesis activities; as well as theoretical approaches involving analytical, statistical, or computational modeling.
A full description of the current program can be found on the NSF website. It is strongly advised for all potentials applicants (including Israelis) to read the document carefully: https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2018/nsf18587/nsf18587.htm?WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click
Program Areas:
3. Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by the Ecosystem Science Cluster: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503663&org=DEB&from=home
Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by the Evolutionary Processes Cluster: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503664&org=DEB&from=home
Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by the Population and Community Ecology Cluster: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503665&org=DEB&from=home
Proposals are welcome in all areas of science supported by the Systematics and Biodiversity Science Cluster: https://nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503666&org=DEB&from=home
4. The program will accept full proposals and the pre-proposal stage has been canceled.
5. Applications must be written jointly by an Israeli and a U.S. scientist from a U.S. research institution.
6. The NSF accepts applications only from U.S. scientist and submission to the NSF should be made by the U.S. PI alone (the Israeli does not appear as a formal co-PI on the application). However, in the collaborative applications, the role of the Israeli partner(s) must be described. Furthermore, it should be clearly explained why the contribution of the Israeli PI to the research project is important/essential.
7. If awarded a grant, the Israeli scientist will receive a grant from the BSF, while the U.S. scientist will receive a grant from the NSF.
8. The size of the BSF grant to the Israeli is expected to be up to 70,000$/year for experimental programs and up to $40,000/year for theoretical or computer based program. If more than a single Israeli group is involved in the research, the budget may be increased by up to 50%.
9. BSF will follow the decision by the U.S. funding agency regarding the length of the project.
10. We have put together a presentation with tips for Israeli scientists who wish to submit to the NSF-BSF. You can download the presentation here.

Please see the attached pdf for more information. 

BSF-NSF_Environmental_Biology_Call.pdf

 



Posted: 09/04/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $70,000.00
Funding Agency(s): U.S. - Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF)


50%.
8. BSF will follow the decision by the U.S. funding agency regarding the length of the project.
9. The US PI submission to the NSF MUST include the BIOGRAPHY (in the NSF format), BUDGET (in the BSF format) of the Israeli partner and a collaboration plan as part of the auxiliary material.
10. We have put together a presentation with tips for Israeli scientists who wish to submit to the NSF-BSF. You can download the presentation here.



Posted: 09/04/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)


YOUTHLEAD INNOVATION AND CHANGE

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Join USAID in showing the potential of change makers in youth and development to transform their communities and the world! USAID’s Development Innovation Ventures (DIV) program is looking to support

youth-driven or youth-related solutions for any development issue.

Join the YouthLead campaign to show the transformative potential of young changemakers. Help us spread the word and encourage the next generation’s best and brightest to submit solutions to change the world!

 

USAID is looking for creative ideas to solve any global development problem. Anyone, anywhere can apply at any time!  USAID's open innovation program - Development Innovation Ventures (DIV) - is accepting applications to test and scale breakthrough solutions to any global development challenge. USAID will provide tiered grant funding to test new ideas and invest in solutions that demonstrate rigorous evidence of impact, cost-effectiveness, and a viable pathway to scale.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for three levels of funding support. 

 

See flyer attached. Learn how to apply to USAID's Development Innovation Ventures!

DIV-Youth-Fact-Sheet - Final (1).pdf

 


https://www.usaid.gov/div
Posted: 09/25/2018

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): The Global Innovation Fund


(ROLLING DEADLINE) The Global Innovation Fund invests in social innovations that aim to improve the lives and opportunities of millions of people in the developing world. Through our grants and risk capital, we support breakthrough solutions to global development challenges from social enterprises, for-profit firms, non-profit organisations, international organisations, researchers, and government agencies. We are global in breadth and scope: open to the best approaches to solve any major development problem in low- or lower-middle income countries. We seek solutions that can scale up commercially, through the public/philanthropic sector, or through a combination of both in order to achieve widespread adoption. Read more about Our Approach. GIF is nonprofit innovation fund headquartered in London. We are supported by the Department of International Development in the UK, the United States Agency for International Development, the Omidyar Network, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency and the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade in Australia. To date, these partners have pledged over USD $200 million over the next five years.


http://globalinnovation.fund/about-us
Posted: 10/07/2015

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): North Carolina State University


The Harry C. Kelly Memorial Fund (Harry C. Kelly, former Provost and Vice Chancellor of NC State 1967-1974) was created in 1985 in support of international cooperation between the scientific and technical communities of Japan and the United States.  The Kelly Fund, a major endowment, is administered by the NC Japan Center to advance this mission and to work with scientific and engineering colleges at NC State vis-a-vis Japan.  The purpose of the Kelly Fund is to promote better cooperation between the scientific and technical communities of Japan and the United States, through support by way of scholarships and fellowships for exchange students in the sciences and engineering at NC State and for study of the Japanese language. Funding can be provided to support faculty travel to Japan as well as exchanges for joint research relating to technology, engineering and Japanese language programs.  For more information, please contact (ncjapancenter@ncsu.edu).  Requests will be reviewed by the NC Japan Center’s Academic Advisory Committee.  Requests should be submitted in writing (including a project description of no more than 500 words and budget justification) tointernational-affairs@ncsu.edu.



Posted: 01/14/2016

Estimated Program Funding: $0.00
Funding Agency(s): North Carolina State University


Funds are available on an ongoing basis for faculty and research scientist exchange between NC State and higher education institutions in Israel. The fund supports travel for NC State faculty going to Israel or academic or research purposes and Israeli scholars who plan to come to NC State. It is designed to promote scientific research and to share technological capabilities for the enhancement of economic and social progress in both countries. Requests should be submitted in writing (including a project description of no more than 500 words and budget justification) to international-affairs@ncsu.edu.



Posted: 01/14/2016

Estimated Program Funding: $500.00
Funding Agency(s): North Carolina State University


The CALS Faculty Big Ideas Grant Program is funded through the Dean's "Open Fields Initiative." Open Fields is a new leadership fund supported by external private donors who share CALS mission and vision and want to help find science-based solutions to the grand challenges facing society in agriculture and biosciences. The funds are not state, federal, or generated by sponsored research. They are being provided to the College for solely the purpose of promoting important forward thinking, fauculty-drivenm "think and do" initiatives such as the CALS Faculty Big Ideas Innovation Program.

The goal of the CALS Faculty Big Ideas Innovation Program is to establish a grassroots, faculty-driven process to provide CALS faculty the resources necessary to bring innovative, interdisciplinary, big ideas to fruition. Our College envisions the development of bold, interdisciplinary programs that show potential to significantly impact multiple strategic priorities of the College and solve grand challenges that impact us locally, nationally, and globally. The purpose of Big Ideas is two-fold: (1) to function as an umbrella that will catalyze collaboration and partnership within CALS, across the University, and beyond; and (2) to provide structure and finding.

The program is divided into four seperate funding phases ranging from small awards of $500 to facilitate brain storming on a proposed Big Idea, to larger, recurring awards of up to $100,000 that provide seed funding and potentially permanent institutional support for most innovative and promising Big Ideas.

All CALS faculty are eligible for funding. In addition to CALS PI, team must include a minimum: two other CALS departments; 1 non-CALS NCSU college; or external partners/stakeholders.

Proposals should be submitted by email to cals_research@ncsu.edu with the subject heading: Big Ideas Imagination Fund- (PI last name).

Proposal Content and Submission Instructions:

Big Ideas Imagination Fund proposals should not exceed one page and should:

1. Identify the issue that the Big Idea will address;

2. Demonstrate how the Big Idea will impact two or more of the five strategic priorities of the college;

3. Identify the interdisciplinary team/experts expected to be involved in the Big Idea conservation; and

4. Explain what activities the $500 investment will support to bring people together for the "Big Idea Imagination" conversation.

Reporting Requirements: Within four months (120 days) from date of the award, PIs must submit a one page summary of the outcomes of the $500 investment, what activities were conducted, the results of those activities, participants, and if/how the team plans to continue developing the Big Idea to the next step. If the decision is to not pursue the idea, the final report should provide the same information minus next steps, but including the basis for the "no-go" decision. Should the team decide to apply for funding through the next step, (Phase II) "Big Idea Proof of Concept Fund," this one page report will serve as the cover page for that proposal.

Big Ideas Package Final.pdf



Posted: 01/14/2016