1/9/23 Virtual Office Hours Recap: Biodiversity on a Changing Planet Solicitation

The Division of Environmental Biology (DEB) held its latest Virtual Office Hour on January 9, 2023. Program Officers discussed the updated Biodiversity on a Changing Planet solicitation (NSF 23-542). We host these office hours 1-2pm EST on the 2nd Monday of every month. There is a designated theme each time, but attendees are welcome to ask about other NSF-related topics. Program Officers (POs) from different research areas are present at each Virtual Office Hour, so a wide range of scientific perspectives are represented.

The presentation and other documents are available here:

Slides (PDF)

PAPPG 22-1

PAPPG 23-1 (effective for proposals submitted on or after Jan 30, 2023)

Here is a link to a recording of the presentation and the transcript. Please note that the question-and-answer portion starts at the 28-minute time mark.

Please reach out to a PO if you have any questions about the proposal submission and review process in DEB programs. NSF has suggested 5 tips on working with Program Officers as part of the NSF 101 series on our Science Matters blog.

Check out the upcoming office hour topics below and be sure to check back here or on the NSF Events Page for information on how to register. Our next virtual office hour will be held February 13, 2022, from 1-2pm Eastern Time where we will be joined by the Division of Grants and Agreements who will discuss How to Write a Great Budget.

Upcoming Office Hours and Topics:                   

February 13: How to Write a Great Budget

March 13: PAPPG: Cracking the code – Understanding NSF policies and procedures that shape your funding opportunities

April 10: Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUI)

May 8: CAREER Solicitation

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