Broader Impacts Resources
It may seem like an obvious suggestion, but carefully reviewing the language used in the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Grant Proposal Guide is a great first step in grasping NSF’s expectations regarding Broader Impacts.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded a $5.2 million grant to fund the Center for Advancing the Societal Impacts of Research (ARIS). The ARIS Center is housed at the University of Missouri and will work with scientists and engagement practitioners to build capacity, advance scholarship, grow partnerships and provide resources to help them engage with and demonstrate the impact of research in their communities and society.
NSF’s Advisory Committee on Equal Opportunities in Science and Engineering (CEOSE) – Biennial Report to Congress (2017-2018)
In this report, CEOSE calls on NSF to increase support for place-based, implementation research projects that are grounded in and engage local communities. To realize this more integrative vision for inclusiveness in the STEM enterprise, CEOSE recommends that NSF give increased attention to including diverse community voices across its research and education portfolios through community-driven projects.
The Broader Impacts Wizard will help you develop a broader impacts plan that will satisfy the National Science Foundation (NSF) Broader Impact requirements and fulfill your interest in communicating your science.
This document comes from Iowa EPSCoR’s Broader Impacts Platform. It provides a questionnaire to help researchers determine a broader impacts plan that best fits their interests, resources, and project. This document also includes a checklist for making sure a project’s broader impacts meet all necessary and recommended criteria.
This handout provides questions and guidelines to help researchers develop their Broader Impacts.
SP@ISU collaborated with ISU employee Dr. Elena Cotos from ISU’s Graduate College to put this presentation together in 2013. It provides information and examples on how to write an effective Broader Impacts statement for NSF proposals.