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News

Here you can find all of the latest GDSU news including the monthly newsletter. Research News is an electronic newsletter for faculty and other members of the FAES community that summarizes upcoming funding opportunities, provides updates, strategies and grant writing tips.

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  1. Research News (May 2017)

    May 10, 2017

    Read the May 2017 edition of Research News, the GDSU monthly newsletter for grant writing tips, resources, and updates. This month's newsletter has a large number of grant opportunities listed. Read it here.

  2. SEEDS ROP 2016

    SEEDS 2016 Report of Progress

    May 2, 2017

    The 2016 SEEDS: Report of Progress is now available. There were 25 SEEDS proposals that ended in 2016, culminating in 40 publications, 2 patent applications, 2 invention disclosures and 7 graduate dissertations/ theses. The projects range from estimating the environmental impact of shale oil exploration to developing more cold-tolerant grape varieties. Faculty, graduate and undergraduate student projects are included and their impacts discussed in the report. Read it here.

  3. Research News (April 2017)

    Apr 3, 2017

    Research News is a monthly electronic newsletter for faculty and other members of the FAES research community that summarizes upcoming funding opportunities, provides updates, FAES grant awards, and grant writing information.  See the April 2017 newsletter here.

  4. Research News (March 2017)

    Mar 8, 2017

    Research News is a monthly electronic newsletter for faculty and other members of the FAES research community that summarizes upcoming funding opportunities, provides updates, FAES grant awards, and grant writing information.  See the March 2017 newsletter here.

  5. Research News (February 2017)

    Feb 15, 2017

    Research News is a monthly electronic newsletter for faculty and other members of the FAES research community that summarizes upcoming funding opportunities, provides updates, FAES grant awards, and grant writing information.  See the February 2017 newsletter here.

  6. Research News (January 2017)

    Jan 30, 2017

    Research News is a monthly electronic newsletter for faculty and other members of the FAES research community that summarizes upcoming funding opportunities, provides updates, FAES grant awards, and grant writing information.  See the January 2017 newsletter here.

  7. 2017 DC Days Applications Due!!

    Oct 31, 2016

    Applications are due November 23, 2016 for the 2017 DC Days to be held in Washington D.C.  This program encourages researchers to become more competitive by providing an opportunity to visit with federal program officers in order to determine if the researcher’s basic concept is a good fit with the sponsor’s mission, seek advice concerning project design and appropriate funding track, and better understand the peer review process.

  8. 2016 DC Days Participants at USAID

    DC Days 2016

    Jun 22, 2016

    May 9-11, 2016, four faculty members from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) included Ye Xia with Plant Pathology, Farnaz Maleky representing Food Science Technology (FST), Annie Specht with Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership (ACEL), Shauna Brummet with BioHio, and David Benfield representing OARDC Director's Office, traveled to Washington, D.C.

  9. Sharing Knowledge in the Developing World: Ohio State Scientist Helps Fight Plant Diseases, Poverty

    Jul 29, 2014

    WOOSTER, Ohio – If knowledge truly is power, Ohio State University plant pathologist Sally Miller believes that sharing knowledge can help alleviate one of the most pressing issues facing millions of people in the developing world: being able to grow enough food to eat and make a living.  
  10. Faculty Participate in First-Ever "DC Days"

    Jun 10, 2014

    Four faculty members from within the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences recently traveled to Washington, DC as part of the inaugural DC Days program.  Created by the OARDC Director’s Office and the Grant Development Support Unit, the program was designed to increase the competitiveness of grants submitted by emerging faculty researchers by providing them an opportunity to visit with a variety of federal agencies and program officers. 

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