[Limited_submission_opps] Microsoft Research New Faculty Fellowship
estherpratt at wsu.edu
Wed Oct 1 16:30:50 PDT 2008
This limited submission funding opportunity (detail below) is posted on
the Informer at: http://informer.ogrd.wsu.edu/OpportunityList.aspx?ID=2
. All instructions for submitting the limited submission pre-proposal
can be found at this site. Please pass this opportunity
on to interested faculty and encourage their participation.
- Esther Pratt, Faculty Research Development Specialist
Office of Grants & Research Development (509) 335-3796
Microsoft Research New Faculty Fellowship Program
This Opportunity is a Limited Submission
Pre-proposal Due to OGRD: October 13, 2008
Proposal Due to Agency: November 3, 2008
Internal coordination required. No more than one nomination from a
university will be accepted.
Each fellowship award includes an unrestricted cash grant of $200,000.
The New Faculty Fellows also have access to other Microsoft resources,
such as software, invitations to conferences, and engagements with
Microsoft Research. Microsoft will award five New Faculty Fellowship
grants in spring 2009.
Nominees must hold a tenure-track faculty position in a U.S. or Canadian
research university, and may be no more than six years from the
completion of their most recent Ph.D., Sc.D., or M.D. Ph.D.
Nominees must be new faculty members in the first, second, or third year
of their first faculty appointment.
Citizenship or Residency:
Microsoft Research seeks nominees who are advancing computing research
in novel directions with the potential for high impact on the state of
the art, and who demonstrate the likelihood of becoming thought leaders
in the field. Because new faculty are so vital to the future of academic
computer science, the Microsoft Research New Faculty Fellowship Program
identifies, recognizes, and supports exceptional new faculty members
engaged in innovative computing research. The objective of this program
is to stimulate and support creative research undertaken by promising
researchers who have the potential to make a profound impact on the
field of computing in their research disciplines.
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Computer and Information Sciences
Training, Scholarship, or Fellowship
Faculty Research Development Specialist
Office of Grant & Research Development
Washington State University
509-335-3796 estherpratt at wsu.edu
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