Foundation / Corporation
Montana NASA EPSCoR
04/15/20 5:00 PM Mountain Time
Grants of up to $50,000 to Montana IHE faculty researchers for studies in the full range of scientific and engineering fields. Funding is intended to support aerospace programs that further the State's economy, connect faculty with industry, fortify high-tech companies, and build university research enterprises that will foster "spin-off" startup enterprises.
The goal of the Montana NASA EPSCoR Research Initiation grant program is to help boost the research programs of Montana higher education faculty research in areas that match scientific and technical problems of importance to NASA, enabling them to compete successfully for regular NASA funding.
Proposals are welcome in all fields of science and engineering normally funded by NASA (see Areas of Interest in Pre-Application Information below).
Grants from the Montana NASA EPSCoR Program are intended to help junior faculty or faculty new to NASA research at Montana institutions develop nationally competitive research programs in areas of interest to NASA.
Montana NASA EPSCoR goals:
GrantWatch ID#: 162120
Montana NASA EPSCoR Research Initiation grants are for up to $50,000.
Grants are for a period of one year. All grantees are expected to submit a follow-on proposal to NASA for continued funding within the period of the grant.
Montana NASA EPSCoR will to be able to accommodate start dates as early as Oct 1, 2020 and no later than Jan. 1, 2021. Proposals should state the desired start date. Typically, no-cost extensions are allowed up to one year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply online: https://spacegrantmontana.submittable.com/submit/124659/education-and-research-grants
Proposals must be uploaded as a single PDF file. To upload, click on the submit button on the website http://nasaepscor.montana.edu and follow instructions.
Angela Des Jardins, Director
Chris Harmon, Program Coordinator
Randy Larimer, Deputy Director
For proposal discussion, e-mail is preferable
Montana NASA EPSCoR Program
Barnard Hall 264
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717-3835
Physical Office Location: 416 Cobleigh Hall, Montana State University
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