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212, 2016

How to Choose the “Field of Study” for the GRFP Application

By |December 2nd, 2016|Categories: Fellowships|Tags: |Comments Off on How to Choose the “Field of Study” for the GRFP Application

The NSF is divided into broad directorates like Biological Science, Engineering,Social/Behavioral/Economics Science, etc. These are divided into divisions, which are further subdivided into programs or fields of study. For example, the Math and Physical Science directorate includes divisions of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, etc. Within the Chemistry Division are programs in Chemical Catalysis, Chemical Synthesis, etc. The Appendix to the Program Announcement contains a comprehensive list of fields: Some projects fit clearly into one field, others could fit in multiple fields. For example, a new algorithm for doing computational chemistry might be presented as a chemistry project, a staistics project, or a computer science project. Similarly, [...]

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