Monday, February 04, 2013

LaTeX template for NSF-style Biographical Sketch

On large multi-university NSF grant proposals, NSF requires that senior personnel submit a 2-page biographical sketch ("biosketch") that is formatting according to certain rules in their Grant Proposal Guide (GPG). The format is pretty simple, and so there does not seem to be much demand for a solid LaTeX template for one. Nevertheless, I thought some people might find one helpful. I've posted a PDF of my NSF-style biosketch below along with the TeX source used to generate it. On a related note, you can also find my curriculum vitae (CV) tailored for faculty searches (PDF, TeX) as well as for industry searches (PDF, TeX).

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for that; could come in handy with the rest of the proposal coming down to the wire.

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Emma Glour said...

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Sowpath das said...

The latex template is really special as they really know how to make the template perfectly and now they work for the nsf style and I hope they will do good here too. useful link that helps me a lot on my academic papers writing.

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