Acknowledging NSF Support

All presentations, journal articles, theses, or any products that emerge from the Circularity Impact Program must acknowledge NSF support and include an NSF disclaimer from the samples written below. In addition, you are encouraged to use the NSF logo in presentations or on posters. If you are not sure whether to acknowledge NSF support or not, consult the guidelines below or reach out to the NRT Program Coordinator.

Acknowledgment and Disclaimer for Products:

Posters, acknowledgment slides for presentations, and in acknowledgment sections in papers should contain both (1) NSF acknowledgment and (2) NSF disclaimer below (use verbatim; do not modify the language). Use whichever version below best fits your publication or product. The minimalist version should almost always suffice.

Minimalist Version

Acknowledgment: "This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number 2152119."
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."

Does a conference or publication require the PI to be specified?

If guidelines for a conference or publication specify listing the PI, add "P.Novak, PI".

Acknowledgment in other venues

If you are interviewed about work that relates to the Circularity Impact Program, NSF requires you verbally mention that the program or your work is supported by the NSF.