NASA Funding Opportunity for Early Career Researchers (June 14 and June 22)
The Early Career Investigator Program in Earth Science is designed to support outstanding scientific research and career development of scientists and engineers at the early stage of their professional careers. The program welcomes innovative research initiatives and seeks to cultivate diverse scientific leadership in Earth System Science. Join the information sessions: June 14 or June 22 from 1-2 PM ET and proposals are due: August 11.
NSF Public Access and Open Science Working Group Listening Session (June 16)
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is hosting a listen and learn session on Friday, June 16 from 1-2:00 PM Eastern, which will be oriented toward stakeholders from the Geosciences (GEO) and Biological Sciences (BIO) research communities. This is a chance to weigh in on ongoing implementation planning for NSF’s upcoming NSF Public Access Plan 2.0.
NSF Geoinformatics Program Webinars (June 23)
The National Science Foundation's Geoinformatics program funds cyberinfrastructure resources to serve and support Earth sciences research and education. With new funding opportunities available, the program is hosting two informational webinars on Friday, June 23 (registration link) and Friday, August 11 (registration link).
NOAA Science Advisory Board (June 15)
NOAA is soliciting nominations for new members for the Science Advisory Board (SAB). At this time, individuals are sought with expertise in artificial intelligence and machine learning in the fields of weather and climate, environmental remote sensing, engineering for coastal resilience, social and behavioral sciences, and tropical cyclones. Individuals with expertise in other NOAA mission areas are also welcome to apply.
Application packages are due by June 15. For more information about this solicitation, you can visit the SAB website or read the full Federal Register Notice.
Request for Information – National Priorities for Artificial Intelligence (July 7)
The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy has a Request for Information comment period open until July 7 for those interested in weighing in on how the US should structure AI priorities.
Applications for the Philip Lee Phillips Society Fellowships (Sept 15)
Conduct research at the Library of Congress in the largest and most comprehensive cartographic collection in the world. The eight-week residency includes an $11,500 stipend with the possibility of an additional $2,000 honorarium for a lecture and publication. Apply by September 15.