Each proposing organization that is new to NSF or has not received an NSF grant within the previous two years should be prepared to submit basic organization and management information and certifications, when requested, to the applicable award making division within BFA. The requisite information is described in the Prospective New Awardee Guide. The information contained in this Guide will assist the organization in preparing documents which the National Science Foundation requires to conduct administrative and financial reviews of the organization. This Guide also serves as a means of highlighting the accountability requirements associated with Federal awards.
Writing Your Proposal
How to Format Your Research Paper
Sarah Neudorf June 17, Proposal. If you choose to use a flip chart, PowerPoint, overhead or slide projector, VCR, computer screen, or some other demonstration aid, practice ahead of time so that your presentation proceeds smoothly. And, of course, check your equipment before the meeting to see that it is functioning properly. In the event you run into trouble with your display tools, do not take more than a minute or so trying to make corrections or you will lose your audience. The rest of the story. Graphs, charts, line drawings, time lines, and other illustrations help convey information quickly and logically.
13.1 Formatting a Research Paper
With support from the Mellon Foundation Just Futures Initiative and Global Cornell , the Migrations initiative invites proposals for four separate competitions:. We seek proposals that center the connections between racism , dispossession , and migration in interdisciplinary, innovative, and impactful ways. The Migrations initiative will also support work that either adds or focuses on multi-species and international aspects of migrations. Teams will advance research on relevant migration topics from an interdisciplinary perspective—especially humanistic—elevating antiracist and anticolonial research approaches. We are especially interested in advancing efforts leading to emerging collaborations with outside funders and supporting working groups both in and beyond academia across the themes.
The following guidelines have been widely adopted by instructors and educational institutions to standardize manuscript formatting, making it easier for instructors to evaluate papers and theses and for writers to focus on making decisions about their research, ideas, and prose. Although these guidelines follow common conventions, acceptable variations exist. Follow the directions of your instructor, school, or publisher if you are asked to use different formatting guidelines. You should also be responsive to the specific demands of your project, which may have unique needs that require you to use a formatting style not described below. Leave margins of one inch at the top and bottom and on both sides of the text.