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OISE Regional Opportunities

This series of pages provides links to the regional geographic groups within OISE and to the team coordinating NSF support for US participation in international multilateral organizations.

Each regional group page has contact information, descriptions of special regional funding opportunities, and some have links to foreign counterpart and international organizations.

With the exception of special OISE program activities and regional funding opportunities, all international collaborative research proposals should be submitted directly to the appropriate NSF research directorate.

The four ISE regional groups are:

In addition, the Global Initiatives group coordinates NSF participation in international multilateral organizations and office-wide activities, such as the International Research Fellowship Program (IRFP).

To identify OISE staff assignments for specific countries, see Staff by Country page.

General questions about OISE may be directed to oiia-ise-webmaster@nsf.gov.


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