RPPforCS Community Meetup 2020

Thank you for attending our community meet-up!

We hope that you made valuable connections, learned something new, and gained resources that you can take with you back to your team. To help us plan for next year, please fill out this exit ticket. Note that this survey is designed only to obtain feedback about your experience at this particular event. The RPPforCS community survey, which you will receive in April, will ask more in-depth questions about your experience as part of the project.

Jeff Forbes spoke on Wednesday morning about the new CSforAll: Research and RPPs proposal (due April 13). Click here to see submitted questions with their answers. Click here to read the solicitation. The NSF has also released a presentation describing the policies and expectations of the Computer Science for All program that you may find helpful.

Updated Reimbursement Information:

Given that we have cancelled the in-person attendance we will not be reimbursing for travel or accommodations. We will only reimburse up to the amount of the early-bird RESPECT registration fee of $189 (receipt required) for 2 of your participants. Submit your reimbursement requests here.

No reimbursements will be issued without the proper support documentation. If there are any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to Brianna at bjohnston@sagefoxgroup.com or call 413-256-6169.

RPPforCS Community Meetup Slides

Special note regarding NSF CSforALL: Research and RPP Solicitation:
NSF will has released a new updated solicitation!  This replaces the current one and IMPORTANT TO THOSE APPLYING has changed the due date to April 13, 2020.

NSF is seeking reviewers for the next round of CS for All: RPP submissions. If you want to volunteer, please email Michael Ford (mford@nsf.gov) by the end of March.

Attention any PI’s who might be interested in applying for a grant from the CS for All: Research and RPP program! To support proposers, the NSF created a presentation describing the policies and expectations of the Computer Science for All program (CS4All).

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. #1745199. 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.