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Aug. 7 deadline for food-energy-water seed, planning grants

PULLMAN, Wash. – Research addressing links among food, energy and water (FEW) issues is expected to be a top priority for funding agencies in the coming years.  In response to this emerging research priority area, the Center for Environmental Research Education and Outreach (CEREO), the State of Washington Water Research Center (SWWRC) and the Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources (CSANR) are pleased to announce a FEW seed and planning grant program to identify and energize high-priority FEW research initiatives at WSU.

The FEW seed and planning grant program seeks interdisciplinary proposals that foster collaborative research on complex environmental issues. These grants are supported by funds from CEREO, CSANR, Office of Research, the College of Arts and Sciences, Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture and the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences.

For more information including grant requirements and eligibility, please visit https://cereo.wsu.edu/wsu-few-rfp.  The deadline for applications is Aug 7th, 2015.

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