Participant Responsibilities

Report

By accepting funds from NSF Idaho EPSCoR, you agree to report your research progress and academic accomplishments to NSF. Reporting is required twice per year for participants, and more frequently for PI's and Component Leads. Reporting helps us to demonstrate to NSF the wide impact and importance of the NSF investment in Idaho and helps ensure their future investment in Idaho EPSCoR.

To report your GEM3 progress, visit (link will be available in April 2019).

Share

By accepting funds from NSF Idaho EPSCoR, you agree to make all of your data and research products available to the public before the completion of your research. You agree to make data available to other GEM3 researchers immediately. Data sharing allows scientists to expedite the translation of research results into knowledge, products, and procedures to improve human-environment systems.

To learn more about data sharing, visit ...

Share your data privately with other GEM3 researchers.

Cite / Acknowledge

By accepting funds from NSF Idaho EPSCoR, you agree to acknowledge Idaho EPSCoR award (OIA-1757324) in any publication, presentation, press release, request for proposal, bid invitation, published dataset, or any other document or application that describe projects or programs that were supported by Idaho EPSCoR.

Example: "This publication was made possible by the NSF Idaho EPSCoR Program and by the National Science Foundation under award number OIA-1757324."

Engage

By accepting funds from NSF Idaho EPSCoR, you agree to be an active participant in the GEM3 program. Attend the GEM3 Annual Meeting every December and connect with other GEM3 researchers.

Collaborate with other GEM3 researchers within a Working Group. Don't see a group for your team? Establish a new Working Group.

Join the Working Group conversations on Slack.