The next AGeS-DiG (Diversity in Geochronology)
Program deadline is Oct 1, 2023
AGeS-DiG provides up to $18,000
(no overhead) of support for scientists to engage, train, and educate minoritized student groups at any level (including undergraduate and community college) who have not historically had equal access to geochronology resources.
AGeS-DiG plans to make 7-10 awards in 2023. Proposals can be submitted by scientists anywhere in the U.S.
(e.g., accredited colleges and universities, government agencies, national labs, other non-profit academic research institutions), including by those at the senior, postdoctoral scientist, and graduate levels
. In addition to the lead-PI, a co-PI may be included on the proposal. AGeS labs are eligible to apply directly for this funding and may otherwise be engaged in DiG proposals, but it is not a requirement that a lab be involved in DiG projects.
For additional program details please see the AGeS3 website
.We will be holding an information session about AGeS-DiG on Tues August 29, 2023 at 11-12 am Mountain Time to explain the program and answer questions as proposals are contemplated and prepared. Previous AGeS-DiG awardees will discuss their experiences. The session will be by ZOOM and will be recorded, posted on the website, and available for review afterwards:
Meeting ID: 963 8499 2180
Please forward this message broadly to potential applicants and to your departments.
Becky Flowers (CU)
Ramon Arrowsmith (ASU)
AGeS program directors