Hatch/Multi State/Bovine Abortion Funds Call
Faculty in the School of Veterinary Medicine with an AES appointment are invited to submit new or continuation research proposals for funding for Permanent and Temporary Hatch, Multi-State Research, and Bovine Abortion projects. Proposals should address the CFAH priority issues determined by the CFAH Stakeholders each year. Please consult your department MSO if you are uncertain if you have an AES appointment.
These funds are part of a State/Federal Program funded through Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR), which allocates on an annual basis. Projects must be approved by the SVM, ANR and USDA/NIFA before projects can be funded. These funds must be used during the project period of 10/01/2014 – 09/30/2015 and address the 2014-2015 Priority Issues established at the annual Stakeholder’s meeting.
Continuation requests must be submitted using the pre-approved Hatch title. If your proposal has been selected for funding, CFAH will contact you and request that you submit the required forms through REEport (the USDA/NIFA reporting system). After being notified by CFAH that your proposal has been selected for funding, you will have one week to enter your project into REEport. for USDA/NIFA’s approval.
A maximum of ten (10) bonus points will be given to each proposal for planning, implementation, outcomes and reporting that involves Veterinary Medicine Extension, and a maximum of five (5) bonus points will be given to each proposal which includes multi-state collaborations.
CFAH receives the Preliminary Allocation Notification from USDA/NIFA between November and May of the same fiscal year funds are required to be spent. For example, for the 14-15 Hatch/Multi State/Bovine Abortion and Formula Fund calls, we will receive the preliminary notification sometime between November 2014 through May 2015 from USDA/NIFA. It is the policy of CFAH to allocate 75% of the preliminary funding amount when the preliminary notice is received.
The Final Notification is usually received in May of the same fiscal year funds are required to be spent. For example, for the 14-15 Hatch/Multi State/Bovine Abortion and Formula Fund calls, we will receive the final funding notification in May 2015, and if funding is not reduced from the preliminary amount, the remaining 25% will be allocated to the next highest ranking proposal(s).
If you are able to work around this restriction, we encourage you to apply.
All USDA funded projects must have current progress reports in REEport before new funds can be allocated to the PI.
Continuation requests must be submitted using the approved Multi-State Research project title. Our office can provide advice and guidance to faculty interested in joining an ongoing project.
This program is also part of a State/Federal Program. In order to participate in a Multi-State Research Program, faculty must develop a work plan that fits into an established national Multi-State five-year plan, on a targeted subject matter area. Participating faculty researchers are expected to attend annual meetings to discuss & evaluate progress in the targeted objectives of the 5-year program plan. Funding for project support is provided by the School’s CFAH made possible through State and Federal resources.
MULTI-STATE TRAVEL FUNDS
According to CFAH policy, PI's with approved Multi-State Research projects may annually request up to $1,500 in travel funds to attend Multi-State Research meetings and/or workshops. Requests for travel funds should NOT be included in the annual request for project funding, and should be submitted in a separate letter, addressed to Rowena Banks no later than May 31, 2014.
Due to ongoing budgetary cuts, these State funds are no longer available to support research projects.
EPIZOOTIC BOVINE ABORTION
Research proposals which fit into a collaborative study on the cause and/or control of epizootic bovine abortion(s) are sought. New or continuation requests will be accepted. Funding for this program resulted from a line item appropriation from the State to address Epizootic Bovine Abortion. These discretionary funds are used to address project plans developed by faculty working on the EBA problem.
ELIGIBILITY: HATCH AND MULTI-STATE
Proposals must be submitted by someone that holds an academic appointment in ANR with Principal Investigator (PI) status-- such as Cooperative Extension (CE) Advisors, Cooperative Extension (CE) Specialists or Agricultural Experiment Station (AES) Faculty.
ELIGIBILITY: BOVINE ABORTION
Application Deadline: May 31, 2014 at midnight
If selected for funding, you must submit the .pdf project summary document created by initiating a project in REEport. Please email the CFAH Program Manager when you have completed and submitted your project for review in REEport.
Your proposal should address the 2014-2015 Priority Issues established at the annual Stakeholder’s meeting.
Your application must include CFAH forms 1 – 6 (form 5 is required only if you are submitting a request for funding for a continuing project). Form 6 “Current and Pending Support” replaces the previous requirement to submit an extramural proposal copy.
Submit your proposal application in two .pdf files: 1) CFAH Form 1 with wet signatures 2) Forms 2-6 in consecutive CFAH Form order.
Email documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
Check list of required documents:
CFAH form 1 – cover page (PI and Chair signature required)
CFAH form 2 – Project narrative
CFAH form 3 – Budget (Not to exceed $20,000)
CFAH form 4 – Assurance form
CFAH form 5 – Progress report (for continuation projects only)
CFAH Form 6 - List of Current and Pending Extramural Support (required for PI only)
IF SELECTED FOR FUNDING: REEport Project Summary (.pdf created by initiating your project in REEport)
Only electronic submissions to email@example.com will be accepted. When you are submitting your proposal you can request notification of delivery receipt in Outlook by choosing the “options” tab, and then click in the box next to “Request a Delivery Receipt”. Please keep for your records.
Questions may be addressed to Rowena Banks at 530-752-6865.