WSU to host Nat’l Institute of Food and Agriculture Workshop
PULLMAN – Washington State University, in partnership with several national agricultural and food organizations, is hosting a one-day, workshop on the preparation and management of competitively awarded, systems-based grant applications. The event will be held 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 8.
- stakeholder engagement
- systems thinking
- tightly coupled research and extension
- presentations on project team building
- proposal preparation
- proposal writing and rewriting
- eXtension Communities of Practice
multiinstitutional projects from a sponsored programs office perspective
“It is an honor for WSU to be selected to host the USDA NIFA National Organic, Specialty Crop, and Sustainable Agriculture Grant Workshop,” said Ralph Cavalieri, director of the WSU Agricultural Research Center. “WSU’s faculty have been particularly successful in these grant programs and our participation in the national webcast of this workshop is a recognition of that success.”
The program will be produced live at the Lewis Alumni Centre, on the WSU Pullman, Wash., campus and also will be available via a live webcast, as well as an archived webcast for online viewing.
The webstream will be archived at a later date on the NIFA website.