Amy Myrbo helps STEM faculty get more grants.

I see so many faculty these days who simply don’t have the bandwidth to pull together a winning NSF proposal.

They’ve got the science nailed, but are worried their broader impacts aren't good enough. They know they need evaluation, but they’re confused about what it entails.

They're stressed because wrangling all the required documents, developing a budget, and staying up to date with NSF policies are increasingly their own responsibility, with less and less help from administration.

And with multiple collaborators involved, they dread the chaos of the writing process itself.

I could write NSF proposals all day.

With me as your proposal sidekick, your load is lighter and you can spend your precious time on the science.

And that means more successful proposals.

Get in touch! Let's talk about your ideas.

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Measuring what’s important to keep your project on track and demonstrate its impact.
Broader Impacts
SciComm, public science outreach, community engagement, and especially JEDI: Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Grant writing
Editing, strengthening, and “Red Team review” to make your next NSF proposal highly competitive.
Environmental science
The intersections between water, Earth, and life - with humans thrown in for good measure.

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Amy Myrbo, Ph.D.

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Amy Myrbo LLC
P.O. Box 18654
Minneapolis, MN 55418

Clients include University of California Los Angeles and San Diego, Notre Dame University, University of Wisconsin Madison and Whitewater, University of Arizona, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Columbia University Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, University of Connecticut, Temple University, Rowan University, Georgia State University, California State University Sacramento, University of Arkansas, University of Texas Dallas, Rutgers University, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness.

NSF programs that have funded Amy’s work include EarthCube, Geoinformatics, Integrated Earth Systems (IES), Sedimentary Geology and Paleobiology (SGP), Integrative and Collaborative Education and Research (ICER), Instrumentation and Facilities (IF), Opportunities for Enhancing Diversity in the Geosciences (OEDG), Global Change, and Crosscutting Activities (XC).

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