Opportunities for funding of faculty equipment and projects from the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium are now open. Last year’s Research Infrastructure Program (RIP), primarily for equipment, received just five proposals, and each was awarded $10,000. The Higher Education Incentives (HEI) program will award grants of $5,000 or $10,000 for teaching/training projects related to space/aerospace. Relevance of research / teaching to space is construed very broadly, so many topics in (for instance) biology, geology, and psychology are relevant. For more details, go to https://spacegrant.carthage.edu/funding-programs/faculty/. Proposals are due Dec. 12. If you have any questions, please contact Brian Welsch (email@example.com).
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