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NSF grant proposal not reviewed despite being received

Research administrator here, so my perspective is from the university and not from a researcher. There is a way to check the status by whoever is PI or Co-PI. If you are Senior Personnel, but not a ...
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NSF grant proposal not reviewed despite being received

For most NSF programs, especially recurring annual programs, there are usually Way too many submissions for everyone's names to fit on a single screen, and Many panels with grouped expertise Most ...
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NSF grant proposal not reviewed despite being received

Some grants go for mail-in reviews before the panel. A poor mail-in review likely means that the proposal doesn't make it to the panel. I don't know which grant you applied for and I'm in DoE grant ...
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NSF grant proposal not reviewed despite being received

You really can't know, and it's a waste of your mental energy to wonder too much about it. Most programs run multiple panels if there are too many proposals. Some proposals fit poorly into the program ...
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NSF grant proposal not reviewed despite being received

You don't say what kind of grant. If it's a GRFP, there are hundreds of reviewers, and the odds of any given reviewer seeing any given grant are long. Further, if your prof is from your school, she ...
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NSF two-ninths rule for soft money PIs

I've charged more than two months salary in a year to my NSF grants. The context is that I'm a mathematics faculty member, but my sponsored projects aim to advance the cyberinfrastructure of math and ...
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NSF two-ninths rule for soft money PIs

research admin here. This is a point of confusion with NSF, and has been for at least about 10 years. It's the proposal / post-award divide. It also depends on your directorate on how this will go. ...
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