- What's EPSCoR?
- Ecosystems & Society
- New England Sustainability Consortium
- Ecosystems Computing Challenge
- Reports, Briefs and Highlights
- Past Projects: 2007-2011
- Social Media
- STEM Activities
Acknowledging EPSCoR Support
Citing NSF and NH EPSCoR:
The National Science Foundation (NSF) requires grantees to acknowledge EPSCoR support with the award number in every publication of any material based on or developed under this grant (student posters, webpages, publications, etc.) EPSCoR funding awardees are responsible for assuring that every publication of material (including World Wide Web pages) based on or developed under this award, except scientific articles or papers appearing in scientific, technical or professional journals, contains the following disclaimer: "Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation." NSF support must also be orally acknowledged during all news media interviews, including popular media, such as radio, television, and news magazines.
It's important to NH EPSCoR to protect the integrity of the collaborative and partners involved. If anyone is writing a press release, website feature, or are contacted by the media or campus writers about EPSCoR related research and activities, put them in contact with Evelyn Jones email@example.com or (603) 862-1804 to fact check program information. She is a resource for program messages, citing, photos and can help members of the media network across the team and academic partners. EPSCoR keeps a news archive and promotes news through the website and social media. If an article is written in your area about EPSCoR related activities, please send Evelyn a link or copy.
"Support for the NH EPSCoR Program is provided by the National Science Foundation's Research Infrastructure Improvement Award # EPS 1101245."
Safe Beaches and Shellfish:
"Support for the NH EPSCoR Program is provided by the National Science Foundation's Research Infrastructure Improvement Award # IIA-1330641 ."
The Future of Dams:
"Support for the NH EPSCoR Program is provided by the National Science Foundation's Research Infrastructure Improvement NSF # IIA 1539071 ."
For more information, see the NSF Grant Policy Manual.
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