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Faculty & Staff Newsletter

Funding & Grants
May 2017
Issue: 
21

Lynn AdlerTo the Department of Biology, a three-year grant to research sunflowers as treatment and preventative for bumble and honey bee pathogens, Lynn Adler, P.I., $999,960 from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA.

Andy DanylchukTo the Department of Environmental Conservation, a one-year grant for funding for the Massachusetts Aquaculture Center, Andy Danylchuk, P.I., $11,250 from the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources.

Amanda KinchlaTo the Department of Food Science, a three-month grant for specialized training services for small projects, Amanda Kinchla, P.I., $30,000 from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

To the Department of Food Science, a three-year grant to establish FDA approved scheduled processes for acidified shelf-stable foods to increase usage of specialty crops, Amanda Kinchla, P.I., $24,286 from the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources.

Dan Cooley To the Stockbridge School of Agriculture, a one-year grant to evaluate the efficacy of organic materials in controlling fire blight in New England. Dan Cooley, P.I., $10,069 from the Conn. Agricultural Experiment Station.

Baoshan XingTo the Stockbridge School of Agriculture, a three-year grant to DOM affected behavior of manufactured nanoparticles in soil-plant system. Baoshan Xing, P.I., $34,000 from the Binational Agricultural Research Development Fund.

Peter JeranyamaTo the UMass Cranberry Station, a three-year grant to study water and nutrient management of cranberry farms in Massachusetts, Peter Jeranyama, P.I., $29,685 from the Agricultural Research Service, USDA. 

Jon ClementsTo UMass Extension, a one-year grant conduct the iPipe crop pest program in New England and New York., Jon Clements, P.I., $38,870 from North Carolina State University.

Marie-Francoise HatteTo the Water Resources Research Center, a one-year grant to conduct the 104B State Water Resources Research Institute Program. Marie-Francoise Hatte, P.I., $14,922 from the U.S. Geological Survey.