Programs that support the concept of Research/Extension/Education integration
- Newly formed centralized Proposal Center in the College of Agriculture – Amy Wright (x48366, email@example.com, 108 AGAD) provides a foundation for a single stop, centralized service for business office functions. This centralized concept builds on other services offered by ARP and CES to support integrated proposals.
- Discovery Park Model – a dynamic and successful model (from business office functions, through stakeholder involvement, through proposal assistance) for successful large multi-disciplinary projects.
- Life Sciences Education – Neil Knobloch (x48439, firstname.lastname@example.org, 225 AGAD) leads the YDAE Life Science Education initiative to support education integrated proposals with innovative pedagogical strategies and learning assessments.
- Discovery Learning Research Center – Willie Burgess (x40668, email@example.com, 207 S Martin Jischke Dr, Suite 103) leads the new DLRC effort to advance research that revolutionizes learning in the STEM disciplines.
- Theme Advisory Groups (TAGs) and Issue-Based Action teams (IBATs) – a foundation for successful team-oriented projects that involve research and Extension components – a place to start to assist in large integrated grant opportunities.
- Mission-Oriented Grants - seed funding for successful multi-disciplinary projects that involve research and extension components – a place to start to assist in large integrated grant opportunities
- Spirit of the Land Grant Award – provides recognition to faculty for successful integrated Research/Extension/Education programs
- Integrated Plan of Work – provides ideas for building teams and developing successful integrated projects