TDAI brown bags: Federal funding for team science

TDAI affiliates and interested colleagues are invited to a series of informal lunchtime gatherings in July to learn about federal funding priorities and opportunities that align with institute communities of practice.

Bring your lunch and join TDAI Proposal Development Specialist Kate Hayes-Ozello, PhD, for an overview of various agencies and specific solicitations that have due dates in the next three to six months. All sessions will run 12-1 p.m. in Pomerene Hall, room 300a.

Sign up here.

  • Tuesday, July 9 – Computational Social Sciences
  • Friday, July 12 – Foundations of Data Science
  • Wednesday, July 17 – Computational Health and Life Sciences
  • Tuesday, July 23 – Smart and Connected Cities and Distributed Sensing
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