NSF RAPID Program Information

Wed, 10/04/2017 - 9:30am - 11:00am
Bizzell Library, Helmerich Community Room (BL LL 118)

  • Does your research involve unanticipated events or disasters?
  •  Is it urgent that you collect data quickly from the area?
  • Are you interested in developing an NSF RAPID proposal now or in the future?


The Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment (CRPDE) will facilitate two seminars focusing on the NSF Rapid Response Research (RAPID) program.  Each session will include an overview of the program and a discussion led by an OU NSF RAPID awardee.  Whether you are planning to submit a proposal to study the latest natural disasters, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, or desire information for future projects, this is a great way to learn more about the program.    


This session, NSF RAPID Program Information, will focus on:

  • Program overview
  • Proposal requirements
  • OU faculty experience


We will hold two (duplicative) sessions, and because seating is limited, please register below to attend the October 4th session:

Speaker:         Brett Carpenter, School of Geology and Geophysics

Award:           RAPID: Collaborative Research: GPS observations of post-seismic deformation from the 3 Sep 2016, Mw 5.8, Pawnee, Oklahoma

Register Here

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