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College of Agricultural Sciences Strategic Networks and Initiatives Program (SNIP)

The Office of Research and Graduate Education is using the Strategic Networks and Initiatives Program (SNIP) as an overall structure for intramural competitive grants within the College of Agricultural Sciences.

The goal of this program is to capitalize on the collective expertise within our college and to invest in faculty-driven initiatives that will strengthen existing programs and promote new interdisciplinary research programs.

The goal of this competition is to strengthen interdisciplinary strategic networks or research initiatives in the College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) by supporting cohorts of Ph.D. students to conduct interconnected, innovative research.

The Environment and Natural Resources Institute is soliciting proposals from faculty in the College of Agricultural Sciences for interdisciplinary environmental and natural resource research, education, and engagement initiatives. This solicitation is offered in collaboration with the College’s Experiment Station as part of the College’s Strategic Networks and Initiatives Program (SNIP) and will fund initiatives for up to three years and is limited to research addressing the College’s strategic priority to enhance and protect managed and natural ecosystems, ecosystem services, and human well-being.