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The College Grants and Contracts Office has responsibility for processing proposals and awards for sponsored programs for all faculty/staff in the College of Agricultural Sciences. This includes proposals and awards in support of Research, Extension, and Undergraduate Education. The Office is responsible for providing administrative assistance with policies and procedures concerning sponsored programs. It serves as the liaison between faculty and the Office of Sponsored Programs. Other responsibilities include processing of Confidentiality Agreements, Material Transfer Agreements, and distribution of funding opportunities.

USDA APHIS - National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program 2020 Cooperative/Interagency Agreements

Applications due September 14, 2020

USDA FAS - Promoting Science and Rules Based Standards for Processed Food Ingredients in India and China

Applications due August 20, 2020

USDA NIFA - Postdoctoral Fellowships

Applications due August 13, 2020

USDA NIFA - Predoctoral Fellowships

Applications due August 13, 2020

USDA - Development of a Time Release Study Methodology for Agricultural Goods

Applications due August 7, 2020

USDA Forest Service - Northeast and Midwest Landscape Scale Restoration 2021

Applications due September 17, 2020

USDA - Agricultural Innovations for Sustainable Food Security: Biotechnology and Seeds Systems in Asia and Africa

Applications due August 17, 2020

USDA – AFRI Education and Workforce Development Agricultural Workforce Training Grants

Applications due September 24, 2020

USDA – AFRI Education and Workforce Development Postdoctoral Fellowships

Applications due Aug 13, 2020

USDA – AFRI Education and Workforce Development Predoctoral Fellowship

Applications due August 13, 2020

NSF/NIFA - Plant Biotic Interactions

Proposals accepted anytime.

Office of Grants and Contracts


107 Ag Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802