LINGUIST List 17.248|
Wed Jan 25 2006
FYI: NSF grants: Mathematical Social & Behav. Sciences
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NSF grants for Mathematical Social & Behav. Sciences
Message 1: NSF grants for Mathematical Social & Behav. Sciences
From: Joan Maling < Joan M." nsf.gov>">"Maling, Joan M." nsf.gov>>
Subject: NSF grants for Mathematical Social & Behav. Sciences
The new Mathematical Social and Behavioral Sciences (MSBS) Solicitation is
now available on the web at:
The proposal due date is April 20, 2006. Approximately $4.5 million has been
designated for new MSBS awards, subject to availability of funds.
This solicitation invites submission of research proposals for projects that
advance the mathematical or statistical foundations of research in the social,
behavioral, or economic sciences. The resulting research is expected both to
further understanding of social and/or behavioral science phenomena and to
address a topic of interest to the mathematical sciences. Proposals for
workshops or symposia that foster the interaction of social, behavioral, and/or
economic scientists with mathematicians and/or statisticians also are welcome.
An awards list for past MSBS competitions is available at:
For further information, please contact Dr. Cheryl Eavey, Program Director
for Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics
MMS home page:
Attention: All NSF proposals must explicitly address both Criterion 1
(Intellectual merit) and Criterion 2 (Broader impacts) in the project summary.
Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable
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