Templates and Information
All products resulting from the NSF Track-1 project must acknowledge NSF support (ex: publications, poster presentations, oral presentations, etc.). Your funding source may have unique requirements on acknowledging support. Below are agencies that provide EPSCoR funding with links to their acknowledgement guidelines. Also included is an example.
- Department of Energy (DOE) Acknowledgments
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Data Citations and Acknowledgments - see section 1260.22
- National Institute of Health (NIH) - National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) IDeA Support
- National Science Foundation (NSF) Support and Disclaimer (section J)
- United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFE) Acknowledgment USDA support by NIFA
EXAMPLE: NSF Acknowledgement for this current EPSCoR Track-1 Cooperative Agreement:
“Research presented in this poster was supported by the National Science Foundation under NSF EPSCoR Track-1 Cooperative Agreement OIA #1355466.
"Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the
National Science Foundation."
PLEASE NOTE: For NSF acknowledgements, except for articles or papers published in scientific, technical or professional journals, the following
disclaimer must also be included in your acknowledgement: "Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those
of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation."
Additional Acknowledgments: If the funding is provided by ND EPSCoR through another award not affiliated with the NSF Track-1, please acknowledge the funding source, and include the ND EPSCoR logo. Examples include:
"Research presented in this poster/conference was supported by ND EPSCoR."
"The authors would like to acknowledge financial support from ND EPSCoR STEM awards for this research."
Budgets & Finance
- Project/Subaward Budget Template
- Re-Budget Template
- Request to Add Personnel to ND EPSCoR Activities Form
- Travel Authorization Form
The ND EPSCoR PowerPoint Template should be used by all ND EPSCoR participants for their ND EPSCoR related PowerPoint presentations so as to have
a consistent look and allow for consistent recognition of activity funded by ND EPSCoR.
Fact-Information Sheet Template
Are you making a handout or information sheet related to your ND EPSCoR related activity?
Please use the following Fact-Information Sheet Template to allow for consistent recognition of activity funded by ND EPSCoR
Photo Release Forms
- ND EPSCoR photo release form (for ND EPSCoR program participants - faculty, staff, students
- Fillable version of ND EPSCoR photo release form; allows for electronic signature
- NSF photo release form (for the photo taker to complete and sign)
It is important when communicating your research to use institutional identity images, commonly known as logos, properly within institutional policy.
Here are some variations of the ND EPSCoR logo:
- ND EPSCoR Logo - no words, white border
- ND EPSCoR Logo - no words, less white border
- ND EPSCoR Logo - with words, white border
- ND EPSCoR Logo - with words, less white border
Eleven institutions are participating in our current NSF EPSCoR Track-1 award.
Below are the institutions with known policies on logo usage along with links to their information.
- Dickinson State University Logos and Branding
- Minot State University Logos
- Mayville State University Graphic Standards Manual
- North Dakota State University Official NDSU logos
- Sitting Bull College Logo Usage
**web page includes a link to Use of Sitting Bull College Name, Logos, Imagery, or Other Identifying Info
- United Tribes Technical College Brand standards and Visual Identity manual
- University of North Dakota UND Brand Standards
Click here for more logos, or visit the institutions above as they may allow the use of more than one logo version.
Research Resources at NDSU
This website includes many resources for faculty and faculty researchers including the following:
Research Resources at UND
- Division of Research and Economic Development
- Grants and Funding
- Corporate Engagement
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