NASA: 2019/20 SC NASA EPSCoR $25k Research Grant Program (RGP)
The South Carolina NASA EPSCoR office has released a Call for Letters of Intent, Institutional Endorsements and Proposals for the 2019/20 SC NASA EPSCoR $25k Research Grant Program (RGP).
The goal of NASA EPSCoR is to provide seed funding that will enable jurisdictions to develop an academic research enterprise directed toward long-term, self-sustaining, nationally-competitive capabilities in aerospace and aerospace-related research.
This is the call for Letters of Intent (LOIs) and Institutional Endorsements for the 2019/2020 SC NASA EPSCoR Research Grant Program ($25,000). Endorsed projects are eligible to submit proposals to this program in accordance with the guidelines below. Due to high levels of interest in this program historically, SC NASA EPSCoR has instituted a per-institution limit of up to
6 proposals that may be submitted for consideration in this competition.
As a result, USC may send no more than six (6) proposals in response to this solicitation.
If you are interested in submitting to this program, please send a one page synopsis, including a title and the names of all key team members, to Beth Herron at email@example.com (
Applicants will be notified as soon as possible after March 25 if they are one of the 6 proposals going forward from USC.
The EXTERNAL deadlines for submitting to this program are:
April 1, 2019-- Approved Letters of Intent (LOI) from PIs due by 5pm to the SC NASA EPSCoR office to firstname.lastname@example.org
April 1, 2019-- Institutional Endorsement by email from your institutional Authorized Organizational Representative (AOR) to email@example.com
April 15, 2019-- Full Proposals due by 5pm SC NASA EPSCoR through our online submission site.
All Proposals shall be submitted (with all signatures on budgets and cover page) through the SC NASA EPSCoR submission website: https://spacegrant.net/proposals/submit/?sponsor_id=14
LATE OR NON-COMPLIANT APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
May 8, 2019-- Up to 3 Award Notifications released and 12-month projects begin.
Please visit the space grant website for more information.