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FY18-20 Request for Proposals
 
Announcement of Request for Proposals      FY18-20 RFP pdf    Adobe Reader

The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium FY18-20 Request for Proposals (RFP) is now available.

The Consortium's FY18-20 Sea Grant Omnibus RFP consists of an overview, five discrete sections, and three appendices. Prospective PIs are strongly encouraged to read through all sections before preparing materials for submission.

Timetable for Proposal Submission
The Sea Grant project year will begin February 1, 2018. Key dates are:
February 13, 2017
Distribute RFP with Guidelines

March 20, 2017
Concept Letters due at Consortium

June 19, 2017
Full Proposals due at Consortium

June-September, 2017
Proposal Review and Selection

Ocean and Coastal Research and Outreach Priorities
Section I provides a listing of the Consortium’s priority needs for this biennium. Studies involving multi-disciplinary approaches with state/regional/national significance are especially desired. Proposals will be expected to address specific RFP priorities identified under the following major themes:
  • Healthy Coastal Ecosystems
  • Sustainable Coastal Development and Economy    
  • Weather and Climate Resilience
  • Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture
  • Scientific Literacy and Workforce Development

Those interested in submitting a Concept Letter are strongly encouraged to view the Consortium 2018-2021 Strategic Plan (PDF), which is also posted on the Web site.  Concept letters will not be accepted after due date. Questions may be directed to either rick.devoe@scseagrant.org or susannah.sheldon@scseagrant.org.


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