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CISE Instrumentation (NSF 91-52), 8/3. Multiproject, special- purpose CS equipment or instrumentation. Caroline Wardle, (202) 357-7349.

CISE Institutional Infrastructure Program (NSF 91-7), 9/21. John Cherniavsky, Cross-Disciplinary Activities, (202) 357-7349.

NSFNET Program (NSF 90-7), 7/1. Daniel VanBelleghem (dvanbell @nsf.gov), Networking and Communications Research and Infrastructure, (202) 357-9717.

U.S.-Taiwan Cooperative Science Program, 7/15; William Chang, International Programs, (202) 653-5343.

Human Cognition and Perception (NSF 88-62), 7/15. Joseph Young, Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences, (202) 357-9898).

Linguistics (NSF 88-62), 7/15. Paul Chapin, Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences, (202) 357-7696.

Decision, Risk, and Management Science (NSF 91-59), 8/15. Robin Cantor or John Castellan, Social and Economic Science, (202) 357-7569.

Law and Social Science (NSF 89-9), 8/15. Michael Musheno, Social and Economic Science (202) 357-7567.

Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics in Social Sciences (NSF 89-9), 8/15. James Blackman, Social and Economic Science, (202) 357-7966.

Long-term Research Opportunities in Japan (NSF 90-144), 9/1. U.S. researchers can visit Japanese government, university, and industrial laboratories for six to 24 months.

Nominations for the 18th Alan T. Waterman Award for outstanding young scientists, mathematicians, and engineers are due by 12/31. Susan Fannoney, National Science Board, (202) 357-7512.