Innovative Programs to Enhance Research Training (IPERT) (R25)
A. Yes, as long as the IPERT application contains all three core elements, there is no need to prepare a complementary R13 application for the conference.
A. Yes, IPERT activities may be held as an event within the schedule of sessions of a larger meeting.
A. Yes, IPERT does not need to support multiple years.
A. That is correct, but note that the budget for the integrated activities must be well-justified and related to the scope of IPERT.
A. Yes, as appropriate, an IPERT can support activities for undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and/or faculty.
A. No, IPERT is intended for an integrated program of activities including short courses/workshops, mentoring and outreach, in some balance. It is not designed to support extended mentored research experiences for a students.
A. Yes, an integrated set of activities may include a year-long program of offerings for the same participants or different cohorts of participants.
A. No, IPERT must be open to eligible participants from any institution or organization who are in the targeted demographic for the proposed integrated program. An IPERT should describe how individuals may apply for and are selected to participate in the program of activities.
A. The evaluation plan should be designed to assess the accomplishment of the desired program outcome(s). A complete evaluation plan will have measurable goals and objectives and that can be used to assess the success or impact of specific IPERT activities in achieving the desired outcomes.
A. No, but potential applicants are advised to speak with the program officer prior to submitting an application.
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