NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
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Phone, 703-292-5111. TDD, 800-281-8749. Internet, www.nsf.gov. Email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Science Board
Chair Steven C. Beering
Vice Chairman Patricia D. Galloway
Members Mark C. Abbot, Dan E. Arvizu, Barry C. Barish, Camilla P. Benbow, Ray M. Bowen, John T. Bruer, G. Wayne Clough, France A. Cordova, Kelvin K. Droegemeier, Jose-Marie Griffiths, Esin Gulari, Karl Hess, Elizabeth Hoffman, Louis J. Lanzerotti, Alan I. Leshner, George P. Peterson, Douglas D. Randall, Arthur K. Reilly, Diane L. Souvaine, Jon C. Strauss, Kathryn D. Sullivan, Thomas N. Taylor, Richard F. Thompson
(Ex officio) Arden L. Bement, Jr.
Executive Officer/Director Craig R. Robinson, Acting
National Science Foundation
DIRECTOR Arden L. Bement, Jr.
Deputy Director Cora B. Marrett, Acting
Assistant Director for Biological Sciences James Collins
Assistant Director for Computer and Information Jeannette M. Wing
Science and Engineering
Assistant Director for Education and Human Wanda E. Ward, Acting
Assistant Director for Engineering Michael M. Reischman, Acting
Assistant Director for Geosciences Timothy L. Killeen
Assistant Director for Mathematical and Physical Tony F. Chan
Assistant Director for Social, Behavioral, and David W. Lightfoot
Director, Office of Cyberinfrastructure Edward Seidel
Director, Office of International Science and Larry H. Weber
Director, Office of Polar Programs Karl A. Erb
Director, Office of Equal Opportunity Programs James H. Lightbourne, Acting
General Counsel Lawrence Rudolph
Inspector General Christine C. Boesz
Director, Office of Integrative Activities W. Lance Haworth
Director, Office of Legislative and Public Jeff Nesbit
Chief Financial Officer and Director, Office of Thomas N. Cooley
Budget, Finance, and Award Management
Chief Human Capital Officer and Director, Office Anthony A. Arnolie
of Information and Resource Management
Chief Information Officer George O. Strawn
Affirmative Action Officer (vacancy)
The National Science Foundation promotes the progress of science and engineering through the support of research and education programs.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent agency created by the National Science Foundation Act of 1950, as amended (42 U.S.C.
The purposes of the Foundation are to increase the Nation's base of scientific and engineering knowledge and strengthen its ability to conduct research in all areas of science and engineering; to develop and help implement science and engineering education programs that can better prepare the Nation for meeting the challenges of the future; and to promote international cooperation through science and engineering. In its role as a leading Federal supporter of science and engineering, the agency also has an important role in national policy planning.
The Director and the Deputy Director are appointed by...