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Proposal Services & Faculty Support
January Funding Focus Newsletter Special Edition #1
What is a Limited Submission?
A limited submission solicitation (RFA, RFP, etc.) places a cap on the number of proposals that Auburn may submit to a sponsor. Auburn coordinates limited submissions by sending out a notification via this newsletter and creating competitions in the Auburn University Competition Space (also known as InfoReady ).To apply to any limited submission posted below, click on the above link and search for your competition reflected on the page. Please refer to the Limited Submission Procedures page for a list of requirements.
January 2020 Important Funding Opportunities Release #1

Proposals for NASA OSTEM’s Artemis Student Challenges are due February 10.
·          Theme 1: Foundational Enablers – Teaching and Resource Availability
·          Theme 2: Foundational Enablers – Core Technologies
·          Theme 3: Pilot Challenges

Themes 1 and 2 are foundational opportunities to enable wider participation in student
challenges in the future, with the goal of maximizing nationwide participation while spanning all demographic categories and skill levels. Theme 3 is an opportunity to design and execute an engaging pilot challenge that is relevant and widely scalable to evolve into nationwide challenges, consisting of broad and diverse teams spanning all skill levels. Space Grant lead institutions opting to submit proposals for more than one theme are encouraged to align the content of each proposal in complimentary ways.

Specific proposal content details can be found for each of the three (3) themes in Section 5 of the solicitation.

Interested applicants are asked to send Dr. Dale Thomas , Director, Alabama Space Grant Consortium, project descriptions by Monday, January 27, 2020.
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