ESPP provides a unique opportunity for faculty across 12 colleges and 40 departments to work together in a collaborative environment.
ESPP students learn science based environmental decision making and policy through interdisciplinary courses and explore their interest areas within a world-class network.
ESPP is an umbrella for environmental research and graduate studies at MSU.
Historical genomics of maize breeding: The impacts of drift and selection on maize in the 20th century
Thursday, April 24, 4:10 p.m., A149 Plant and Soil Science Building
Natural enemies, chemical defense divergence and the evolution of habitat specialization in Amazonian protium (Burseraceae) trees
Friday, April 25, 10:45 a.m. , Stack 237
Rethinking Sustainable Development: Coupled Ecological and Social Change
Friday, April 25, 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m., 457 Berkey Hall
Migratory Behavior of Captive Blue-winged Teals (Anas Discors)
Wednesday, April 30, 11:00 a.m., 1425 Biomedical Physical Sciences Building
Managing Nutrients for Both Food Security and Environmental Sustainability in China
Friday, May 2, 10:30 a.m., 115 Manly Miles Building
Science of Learning Centers (SLC) - NSF PD 07-7278
Full proposals accepted anytime
Research Coordination Networks - NSF RCN 13-520 replaces 11-531
Proposals Accepted Anytime: General (non-targeted) RCN proposals should be submitted to a participating program. Refer to the specific program website for submission dates.
Antarctic Research - NSF 13-527
04-15-2014, Annually Thereafter
Agricultural and Food Research Initiative: Water for Agriculture Challenge Area - USDA-NIFA-AFRI-004468
Letter of Intent due April 17, 2014. Closing Date: Aug. 13, 2014