NSF encourages PIs with interest in piloting and evaluating programs to broaden participation in computing are encouraged to submit a BPC Demonstration Project (DP) before the January 20, 2022 deadline.
NSF is accepting supplemental funding requests from PIs with active Medium and Large CISE Core programs awards funded in the last three years to engage more members of the CISE research community in significant BPC efforts as part of their projects’ BPC plans.
BPCnet.org has rescheduled this year’s final working session for November 18th (3:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET). The working session is tailored towards departments seeking to update an existing Departmental BPC Plan or create a new one.
BPCnet.org is hosting two working sessions on October 22nd (2:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET) and November 11th (3:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET). These working sessions will be tailored toward departments that are seeking to update an existing Departmental BPC Plan or create a new one.
In September of 2021, the NSF CISE an updated Core Programs solicitation (NSF 21-616) with new guidelines for submitting Project BPC Plans. Departments and PIs should use BPCnet.org to find resources on the new guidance impacting proposals submitted in accordance with the solicitation.