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All Requests for Applications (RFAs) that are planned
for 2004 can be found below. This list is tentative pending the
outcome of the FY2004 appropriation. Please check back for updates
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announcements when RFAs are posted.
The Science to Achieve Results
(STAR) Program has four formal solicitation periods during the year
-- January, April, August, and October. Look below for a partial
listing of upcoming topics. STAR Requests for Applications invite
research proposals from academic and non-profit institutions located
in the U.S., And state and local governments. All forms necessary
for completing an application are noted in the announcement and
are available on this site (see below).
EPA and the Marshall Scholarship Program are offering opportunities for exceptional U.S. students to pursue graduate environmental studies at a British university. Deadline: Applications for the current program are due to the appropriate processing offices by October 1, 2004, for a scholarship to commence in the fall of 2005. | Read More |
RFA Reductions in 2004 and 2005 The EPA has reduced the number of STAR Requests for
Applications and associated grants for FY 2004.
This notice announces the availability of funds and solicits proposals that enhance scientific assessment capabilities to better understand how changes in air quality and atmospheric deposition impact entire ecosystems. The successfully funded proposal will present a methodology for developing: (1) ecological indicators of air quality (that measure air quality in relation to aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem conditions) and (2) a measurement system for using these indicators to evaluate progress in improving ecosystem condition.