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I never said that everybody at dais is a problem, nor did i say these issues all occurred at Davis.   Davis is one of the best schools about accommodations. However, there is a bad apple in every bu

So I accepted the Hertz fellowship a little while back. This fellowship only includes a stipend and no tuition (though my offers from schools will cover tuition). Is it possible to accept NSF just for

LOL, All i know if that I have a acceptance notification and you all do not ( besides a select few) They prolly told you that to spare your feelings until the bulk of the notifications are released

So how many people would stick with the research topic in their NSF proposal if they didn't get the fellowship?  Also, how many would consider shifting to something not quite exactly the same if they did get it?

My research proposal sucked. At least, from the perspective of T-8 minutes.

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So how many people would stick with the research topic in their NSF proposal if they didn't get the fellowship?  Also, how many would consider shifting to something not quite exactly the same if they did get it?

Umm.  I probably won't do the project I proposed either way.   

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So can the site handle all of us looking up the results at the same time?

 

Also, when are reviews posted?

 

It's been sluggish in the past but has typically come up before the maintenance period ended, so who knows this year.

 

Reviews are available immediately

 

So how many people would stick with the research topic in their NSF proposal if they didn't get the fellowship?  Also, how many would consider shifting to something not quite exactly the same if they did get it?

 

Seeing as I plucked a project from my dissertation proposal, I'll be sticking with mine...

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So how many people would stick with the research topic in their NSF proposal if they didn't get the fellowship?  Also, how many would consider shifting to something not quite exactly the same if they did get it?

 

My research proposal also really sucked.  Completely unrealistic, at least with where my field is right now.  It'd be a good project maybe 5-10 years from now.  

 

Also I didn't get into the school I proposed, and it was pretty tied to my project, so.

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So how many people would stick with the research topic in their NSF proposal if they didn't get the fellowship?  Also, how many would consider shifting to something not quite exactly the same if they did get it?

I might stick with the same thing. It would be feasible to do with my new graduate school advisor. But I could just as easily see myself doing something completely different, since her research is slightly different than what I wrote in my proposal. I proposed a cross-cultural study using funds from the NSF GROW program to collect data in Japan, so my proposal would really be contingent on me getting access to those funds.

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So how many people would stick with the research topic in their NSF proposal if they didn't get the fellowship?  Also, how many would consider shifting to something not quite exactly the same if they did get it?

 

I will be doing the research topic from my proposal. It's on using statistical disclosure limitation techniques on big data. Kind of a daunting task, but should be fun.

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