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We wish to remind you that NYU will be closed for the holidays from 5 PM, December 23, 2014, until 9 AM, January 5, 2014. Proposals with submission deadlines between December 23, 2014 and January 7, 2015 must be received at OSP  no later  than the close of business on Wednesday, December 17 to ensure their submission by the deadline. You may want to arrange for departmental/school clearance prior to that.

As is always the case, if a proposal is received with insufficient time for review, OSP may only be able to verify that the appropriate individuals have authorized a submission (the minimum requirement) and that OSP will in fact submit the proposal prior to the deadline. OSP is unable to guarantee a *successful submission* to the external agency if received by OSP without sufficient time to correct errors that may be found in the proposal by granting agency submission systems, or if any electronic systems required for submission experience technical issues due to volume, weather, or other circumstances out of the control of submitting organizations.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation and best wishes for a healthy and productive New Year. 

OSP is staffed by Projects Officers knowledgeable about funding opportunities in a wide range of academic fields and experienced in dealing with public and private not-for-profit sponsors. Projects Officers can help you identify appropriate potential sponsors, interpret guidelines, develop budgets, and fulfill application requirements. OSP also provides institutional sign off on proposal submissions, negotiates awards with sponsors and guides investigators in funded project administration.

For information regarding compliance issues with animals, please contact the Office of Veterinary Resources (OVR) or the University Animal Welfare Committee (UAWC). Information regarding research with humans should be directed to the University Committee on Activities Involving Human Subjects (UCAIHS).

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NSF's merit review process determines
which research has the greatest potential

Published on Jun 21, 2014

The video explains how NSF determines which research has the greatest potential--which would be the most fruitful investment of taxpayer dollars and best align with the Foundation's mission to promote the progress of science.

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