Team Member Resources
The team member information form must be completed by project members (students, faculty, post-docs, staff) as soon as they are identified as part of the NM SMART Grid Center.
If your work has been supported by NM EPSCoR/NM SMART Grid Center, use the following acknowledgment in publications and presentations:
This material is based upon work supported in part by the National Science Foundation EPSCoR Cooperative Agreement OIA-1757207.
Additionally, every publication of material (including web pages) based on or developed under this award, with the exception of scientific articles or papers appearing in scientific, technical, or professional journals, must contain the following disclaimer:
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.
NM EPSCoR Logo
Students, faculty, staff, and partners of the EPSCoR NM SMART Grid project may use the logo for posters, reports, promotional materials for events sponsored by NM EPSCoR, and presentations.
NSF's logo can be used by recipients of NSF support for the sole purpose of acknowledging that support. NSF's logo can be used to link to an NSF website or acknowledge NSF assistance or affiliation.
NM SMART Grid Center team members have access to High Performance Computing resources at New Mexico State University. For more information and to request access, visit the NMSU ICT webpage or contact email@example.com.
The NM SMART Grid Center Data Management Plan describes data types, data and metadata standards, policies for access and sharing, policies for re-use and redistribution, and plans for archiving and preservation.
For more information about data management and available resources, contact the University of New Mexico Libraries' Research Data Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to ensure accurate records and reporting, the State Office should be advised of all budget revisions of NM EPSCoR SMART Grid Center funds. The Associate Director and Project Administrator will review all revision requests for allowability, mathematical correctness, and programmatic alignment.
In order to ensure alignment across institutional records, requests should be routed through the proper institutional authority. Submit the request through your appropriate Office of Sponsored Projects/Post-award authority by emailing it to NM EPSCoR Project Administrator Andra Kiscaden email@example.com and copy Associate Director Anne Jakle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For audit purposes, the budget modification request should include a detailed justification. Budget modification requests should clearly state:
- The amount of funds that are proposed to be increased/decreased in each budget category;
- How the modification will benefit the award;
- Why the expense was not anticipated in the original proposal;
- If the modification will result in a change in scope of the project.
Note you may be asked to provide additional documentation or justification.
Some requests may require prior NSF approval. In the event that prior approval is required, the State Office will serve as the contact point with NSF. Partner institutions should not contact NSF directly with budget modification requests. Warning: NSF budget revision requests generally take at least three months to approve.
Some requests may also require a modification to an institution’s subaward agreement. The State Office will serve as the liaison between the partner institution and the University of New Mexico Office of Sponsored Projects to facilitate any such modifications.