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  1. ARIS - Summit 2020

    • Event date: April 28, 2020 - April 30, 2020
    • Durham, NC

    The BI Summit Planning Committee is pleased to announce the 8th annual Summit scheduled for April 28-30, 2020 at the Durham Convention Center in Durham, North Carolina. Watch these short videos to learn more about the Summit: Visit the conference... Read more ...

  2. ARIS webinar to define broader impacts (BI) criterion that NSF requires; plus an overview about transition from NABI to ARIS for the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP)

    ARIS Webinar for NORDP on Understanding the NSF BI Criterion

    • Web access only

    ARIS held a webinar to define the broader impacts (BI) criterion that NSF requires for proposals and an overview about the transition from NABI to ARIS for the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP). This recorded... Read more ...

  3. ARIS webinar on Establishing a BI Support Office at Your Institution archived on YouTube

    ARIS Webinar: Establishing a "BI Support Office at Your Institution"

    • Web access only

    ARIS held a free webinar on September 25, 2019 on Establishing a Broader Impacts (BI) Support Office at Your Institution. This Zoom event was recorded and the video is archived on YouTube or may be viewed below.

  4. [ SCHEDULABLE EVENT ]

    Broader Impacts 101

    Bring BI training to your institution. Are you considering establishing a BI support office at your institution, but don’t know how/where to start? ARIS can provide workshops and consultation on BI-related topics in your environment. Broader... Read more ...

  5. Guiding Principles

    Guiding Principles

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free

    The National Association for Broader Impacts (NABI) Broader Impacts Working Group has developed a guiding document for the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) broader impacts (BI) criterion. The purpose of this document is to assist NSF program... Read more ...

  6. Perspectives on Broader Impacts

    Perspectives on Broader Impacts

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free

    Each year, the National Science Foundation (NSF) receives about 50,000 proposals for funding. Because there are far more meritorious proposals than NSF is able to fund, the foundation distinguishes among those proposals through a merit review process... Read more ...

  7. Portal to the Public

    Portal to the Public

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free

    Informal Science Education organizations (ISEs) are well recognized as an ideal partner for education and outreach-based Broader Impacts work: individual STEM PIs often seek out ISEs as partners for BI fulfillment, and ISEs have significant interest... Read more ...

  8. Research in Cinema

    Research in Cinema

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free

    Sarah Poor and Rachel E. Bauer University of Missouri - Columbia Learn more about Research in Cinema Sometimes the most effective partnerships start with a good idea that turns into something more engaging, and fun, than originally imagined. That... Read more ...

  9. The Current State of Broader Impacts

    The Current State of Broader Impacts

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free

    Each year, the National Alliance for Broader Impacts (NABI) seeks to understand the current state of broader impacts (BI) in the national context. In 2017, NABI convened two forums to identify needs and solicit recommendations. The first event was a... Read more ...

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