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​2012 Agricultural Research Fund Scholarship

Student Last Name

Duck

Student First Name

Daffy

Student Middle Initial

D

Student Email

jdfkl@purdue.edu

Student Phone

999-000-0000

Local Address 1

157 Riverside Avenue

Local Address 2

 

Local City

West Lafayette

Local State

IN

Local Zip

47907

Major

Agronomy

Anticipated Graduation Date

05/2013

Research Advisor

Mickey Mouse

Research Conducted in Term

Spring 2013

Project Title

How to make jello

Introduction

In 1993, the estate of Mary S. Rice presented Purdue University with an 800 acre cash grain and mint farm in LaPorte County (northwestern Indiana).  Her will and last testament specified that income from the farm be used to “further the study of farming methods and procedures.”  Based on this, issues to be addressed by Rice funding for 2012 will again place emphasis on the contemporary problems of agriculture and a primary component should include research conducted at one or more regional Purdue Agricultural Centers (PACs).
For 2012, $120,000 will be available for project funding.  Each request cannot exceed $12,000 and both individual and team proposals will be considered.  Funding priority will be given to requests for equipment acquisition which will support the research of one or more projects at one or more of the regional PACs.  Programmatic funding will also be considered, but given a lower priority.  Please indicate if other funds are available or can be leveraged to accomplish or support the request/project.  Proposals for specialized equipment must state how current equipment is limiting or how a new equipment purchase will enhance a research program(s).
NOTE:  The pre-award Center (agpreaward@purdue.edu) will work with each requestor in preparing a Coeus Budget and packaging the proposal ahead of submission to Jerry Fankhauser in the Office of Agricultural Research.  If an Extension Educator is submitting a proposal, please contact Debbie Clampitt, Extension Account Manager, prior to submission.  Also, a brief, but thorough report (see attachment) of any previous Rice grant funding must be completed and be submitted electronically (e.g. Word, pdf, etc.) to the Office of Agricultural Research before additional Rice funds can be secured.

Literature Review

In 1993, the estate of Mary S. Rice presented Purdue University with an 800 acre cash grain and mint farm in LaPorte County (northwestern Indiana).  Her will and last testament specified that income from the farm be used to “further the study of farming methods and procedures.”  Based on this, issues to be addressed by Rice funding for 2012 will again place emphasis on the contemporary problems of agriculture and a primary component should include research conducted at one or more regional Purdue Agricultural Centers (PACs).
For 2012, $120,000 will be available for project funding.  Each request cannot exceed $12,000 and both individual and team proposals will be considered.  Funding priority will be given to requests for equipment acquisition which will support the research of one or more projects at one or more of the regional PACs.  Programmatic funding will also be considered, but given a lower priority.  Please indicate if other funds are available or can be leveraged to accomplish or support the request/project.  Proposals for specialized equipment must state how current equipment is limiting or how a new equipment purchase will enhance a research program(s).
NOTE:  The pre-award Center (agpreaward@purdue.edu) will work with each requestor in preparing a Coeus Budget and packaging the proposal ahead of submission to Jerry Fankhauser in the Office of Agricultural Research.  If an Extension Educator is submitting a proposal, please contact Debbie Clampitt, Extension Account Manager, prior to submission.  Also, a brief, but thorough report (see attachment) of any previous Rice grant funding must be completed and be submitted electronically (e.g. Word, pdf, etc.) to the Office of Agricultural Research before additional Rice funds can be secured.

Hypotheses and Objectives

In 1993, the estate of Mary S. Rice presented Purdue University with an 800 acre cash grain and mint farm in LaPorte County (northwestern Indiana).  Her will and last testament specified that income from the farm be used to “further the study of farming methods and procedures.”  Based on this, issues to be addressed by Rice funding for 2012 will again place emphasis on the contemporary problems of agriculture and a primary component should include research conducted at one or more regional Purdue Agricultural Centers (PACs).
For 2012, $120,000 will be available for project funding.  Each request cannot exceed $12,000 and both individual and team proposals will be considered.  Funding priority will be given to requests for equipment acquisition which will support the research of one or more projects at one or more of the regional PACs.  Programmatic funding will also be considered, but given a lower priority.  Please indicate if other funds are available or can be leveraged to accomplish or support the request/project.  Proposals for specialized equipment must state how current equipment is limiting or how a new equipment purchase will enhance a research program(s).
NOTE:  The pre-award Center (agpreaward@purdue.edu) will work with each requestor in preparing a Coeus Budget and packaging the proposal ahead of submission to Jerry Fankhauser in the Office of Agricultural Research.  If an Extension Educator is submitting a proposal, please contact Debbie Clampitt, Extension Account Manager, prior to submission.  Also, a brief, but thorough report (see attachment) of any previous Rice grant funding must be completed and be submitted electronically (e.g. Word, pdf, etc.) to the Office of Agricultural Research before additional Rice funds can be secured.

Expected Results and Next Step

In 1993, the estate of Mary S. Rice presented Purdue University with an 800 acre cash grain and mint farm in LaPorte County (northwestern Indiana).  Her will and last testament specified that income from the farm be used to “further the study of farming methods and procedures.”  Based on this, issues to be addressed by Rice funding for 2012 will again place emphasis on the contemporary problems of agriculture and a primary component should include research conducted at one or more regional Purdue Agricultural Centers (PACs).
For 2012, $120,000 will be available for project funding.  Each request cannot exceed $12,000 and both individual and team proposals will be considered.  Funding priority will be given to requests for equipment acquisition which will support the research of one or more projects at one or more of the regional PACs.  Programmatic funding will also be considered, but given a lower priority.  Please indicate if other funds are available or can be leveraged to accomplish or support the request/project.  Proposals for specialized equipment must state how current equipment is limiting or how a new equipment purchase will enhance a research program(s).
NOTE:  The pre-award Center (agpreaward@purdue.edu) will work with each requestor in preparing a Coeus Budget and packaging the proposal ahead of submission to Jerry Fankhauser in the Office of Agricultural Research.  If an Extension Educator is submitting a proposal, please contact Debbie Clampitt, Extension Account Manager, prior to submission.  Also, a brief, but thorough report (see attachment) of any previous Rice grant funding must be completed and be submitted electronically (e.g. Word, pdf, etc.) to the Office of Agricultural Research before additional Rice funds can be secured.

Student Name

Duck, Daffy D

Attachments

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