Metiri as External Evaluator for the National Science Foundation

Our experiences with the NSF include filling the roles of grant reader/evaluator, Principal Investigator, external research partner, and external evaluator. Our clients are both public and private universities, small business, and non-profit entities throughout the United States. Metiri staff are trained in evaluation and have a track record of meeting and often exceeding our client expectations. Metiri will typically compose the evaluation section of a grant that is being prepared for submission at no charge, and is careful to work with the Principal Investigators to insure that the evaluation and research components of any NSF grant work in concert with one another.

A few of the NSF programs which Metiri has experience with include:

  • Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program (CCLI)
  • Math Science Partnerships (MSP)
  • Innovation through Institutional¬†Integration (i3)
  • Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program (Noyce)
  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
  • Small Business Initiated Research (SBIR)
  • Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science (TUES)
  • Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL)
  • CS10K (10,000 well trained computer science teachers in 10,000 schools)
  • Discovery Research K12 (DRK12)

To learn more about partnering with Metiri on NSF funded projects please contact Jody Britten or Cheryl Lemke.