October 21, 2011

« A proposal should describe a focused research problem, and its importance and significance should be made evident to non-expert readers. It should also contain a clear description of the approach to be taken, make a convincing case that this approach is particularly attractive, and detail potential research outcomes. Proposals should describe well-developed ideas which can be explored further during at least one semester. Proposals that are precise in explaining the problem(s) (for example which include sufficient mathematical details to state the problem) and also which are well-motivated and are clearly understandable by non-experts have been most successful in the past. » ~ From a fellowship announcement

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