Please fill in this form to participate in the 2021 NSF CISE-MSI Proposal Development Workshop. The workshop is intended to assist research teams as they prepare proposals in response to NSF's Solicitation for proposals to the Computer and Information Science and Engineering Minority-Serving Institutions Research Expansion Program (CISE-MSI Program).

The dates for the workshop are:

Session 1: 2/16/2021
Session 2: 2/19/2021
Session 3: 2/26/2021
Session 4: 3/5/2021
Session 5: 3/12/2021

All sessions will be 1-4 PM ET.
ASEE Point of Contact for inquiries: education@asee.org

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* 1. Enter your first name.

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* 2. Enter your last name.

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* 3. Enter your e-mail address.

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* 4. Institution or Organization

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* 5. Project Title

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* 6. Eligibility Requirements: Please note that the eligibility requirements for the CISE-MSI solicitation are:

A. Principal Investigators must be faculty at a Minority Serving Institution (MSI).

B. Institutions can’t have received a NSF CISE core award in the past 5 years.

C. Participation of non-MSI institutions needs to be clearly justified in how their participation will help build research capacity at MSIs.

D. Individuals can participate in no more than 2 proposals.

E. Thread three projects require the inclusion of under-served (women, African American/Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, and others) undergraduate and/or graduate students.


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* 7. Proposal Development Workshop participants are expected to complete a pre-workshop assignment consisting of using the NSF Awards Database to identify three projects that are similar to their proposed project and being ready to discuss similarities and differences between the funded projects from the database and the participant's proposed project.

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* 8. Please indicate that you have read and understand the Code of Conduct for ASEE Meetings.

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* 9. ASEE will record all of the online sessions at this event, which will be  shared with all participants and will be used to inform reports. ASEE will be taking still images from the online workshop, which may be used by ASEE to share with NSF and/or promote future events. Shared still images, video recordings and session transcripts may include identifying information (e.g. participant names, institutions). If you have any concerns about this, please contact our team at cise-msi@asee.org.

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* 10. ASEE is committed to ensuring all attendees are able to fully participate in our meetings. Do you require any aids, services, or accommodations in orders to ensure you can fully participate in this meeting? Please note that all plenary sessions of the workshop will have live captions.

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