Deadlines extended for ADVANCE Adaptation and Partnership Proposals in Solicitation NSF 20-554


August 13, 2020

The letter of intent and full proposal deadlines for the ADVANCE Adaptation and Partnership tracks has been extended for this year:  Adaptation and Partnership LOIs are now due November 3, 2020 and full proposals are due February 4, 2021.  The target dates for other tracks have stayed the same.

Recorded ADVANCE Program Adaptation and Partnership Proposal Preparation Webinar - While this video is meant to provide helpful information as you think about preparing a proposal to NSF ADVANCE, please note that the NSF 20-554 solicitation guidelines must be followed so you need to also review the solicitation thoroughly.

Frequently Asked Questions for ADVANCE solicitation NSF 20-554 can now be downloaded (note the prior deadlines in the FAQ have not been removed yet - always use the solicitation deadlines and we will work to update these in the FAQ ASAP).

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