SPD EPO Eclipse Grant Proposals
Welcome to the Eclipse Activity Grant Proposal Submission Form organized by the EPO/SPD Committee of the American Astronomical Society. This initiative is designed to support and fund innovative projects within the Solar and Helio-Physics community, focusing on eclipse-related activities. We invite you to submit your proposal for one of the three available grants, each totaling up to $1500, to enhance public engagement and scientific understanding of solar phenomena during eclipses.

Note: We strongly recommend drafting your answers in a separate document before completing this form. This approach ensures you have a saved copy of your responses and prevents loss of information in case of technical issues with the form (such as refreshing or getting stuck).

Purpose of the Grant:
These grants are intended to support projects that foster public interest and understanding of solar and helio-physics, particularly in relation to eclipse events. The goal is to fund activities that are educational, engaging, and accessible to a wide audience.

Submission Deadline:
Feb 29th, 2024 - 23:59 PST 

Review Process:
The EPO/SPD Committee will review all submissions. Successful applicants will be notified by March 4th, 2024.

Contact Information:
For any queries regarding the application process or eligibility, please contact spd.epo@aas.org 


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Primary Applicants' Name
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Institution
Email address
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Collaborators and partners, if any
Is the primary applicant an SPD member? 
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Level of seniority of the primary applicant
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Elaborate on seniority if necessary
Are you a US Civil Servant directly employed by the US government?
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Title of Project 
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Brief overview of project
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Target Audience
 Anticipated number of people reached 
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Where and when will the engagement take place? *
 Description of project
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Total budget request (maximum allow ~ $1500 USD)
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Budget justification
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Why are you a good candidate to receive this award?
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Anything else we should know? 
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