If your research generates, analyzes, or visualizes data using advanced digital resources, CADENS (The Centrality of Advanced Digitally ENabled Science) invites you to apply to incorporate it into a documentary film.
If you have successfully integrated meaningful research experiences into your undergraduate curriculum, a new website from the Council on Undergraduate Research wants to share your story with the broader community.
The NSB oversees the activities of and establishes the policies for the National Science Foundation. It is also an advisory body to Congress and the president on science policy. Deadline: 30 October 2015.
Do you care about science and policy? Want to do something about it? Tune in to a new webinar series by the Engaging Scientists and Engineers in Policy Coalition, beginning Tuesday, 29 September, at 4 pm EDT.
If you're interested in the intersection of science, policy, and international affairs, the American Institute of Physics encourages you to apply for an AIP State Department fellowship for 2016-17. Deadline: 1 November 2015.
The National Science Foundation seeks nominations for its 2016 Alan T. Waterman Award to recognize the talent, creativity, and influence of a singular young researcher. Nomination deadline: 23 October 2015.
The Infrared Telescope Facility is a 3-meter telescope optimized for infrared observations and located atop Maunakea, Hawaii. Proposals for observations beginning in February 2016 are due by 1 October 2015.
The Society's FAMOUS (Funds for Astronomical Meetings: Outreach to Underrepresented Scientists) Travel Grants Program helps members from historically underrepresented groups attend AAS meetings.
The Extreme Solar Systems III conference covers all aspects of research on exoplanets. It convenes in Hawaii from 29 November to 4 December 2015. Registration is open, and abstracts are due 15 September.
The Lecar Prize recognizes exceptional contributions to the study of extrasolar planets in particular and theoretical astrophysics in general. Nominations are now welcome. Deadline: 1 October 2015.
The 305-meter William E. Gordon Arecibo telescope in Puerto Rico is the world's largest single-dish radio telescope. Proposals for observations beginning in January 2016 are due by 1 September 2015.
The BoldlyGo Institute is looking for scientists to help define the requirements for its planned ASTRO-1 space telescope. Deadline for letters of interest: 2 October 2015.
Nominations (including self-nominations) are invited for new members of the Executive Committee of NASA's Cosmic Origins Program Analysis Group (COPAG). Terms are three years. Deadline: 4 September 2015.
Nominations (including self-nominations) are invited for new members of the Executive Committee of NASA's Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group (PhysPAG). Terms are three years. Deadline: 1 September 2015.
The National Academy of Sciences seeks to recognize major contributions to the science of astronomy and invites help from AAS members to identify outstanding candidates for the Watson Medal. Deadline: 1 October 2015.
Are you bringing research experiences into introductory classes on your campus? Please share your thoughts, comments, stories, and experiences with the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy.
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory seeks proposals for use of the Very Large Array, Very Long Baseline Array, and Green Bank Telescope from 1 February to 31 July 2016. Proposals are due on 3 August 2015.
AAS prize nominations are due on 30 June. Help us identify and recognize long-overlooked giants in the field, rising stars at institutions that don’t aggressively nominate, and quiet but profound field-changers.
The Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at Caltech announces the availability of six-month graduate-student fellowships. Applications are due 17 August 2015.
Proposals to use the SMA radio interferometer on Maunakea during the period 16 November 2015 through 15 May 2016 are due on 4 August.