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Agricultural Experiment Station Capacity Grants

All faculty having Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station tenths are required to be an active member of one or more of the following projects: (a) individual, (b) team, and/or (c) Multi-State. A new faculty member with KAES tenths should either develop and submit their own project or become a member of another researcher's project as soon as possible. New faculty should discuss options with their Department Head, Associate Dean for Research, and/or Project Director for the project they wish to join.  Please contact Terri Fayle (2-7255 or tfayle@ksu.edu) with questions.


Capacity Grant Training, 11-29-2018 - PowerPoint PDF

Kansas Project Identification

Beginning July 2019 all research capacity projects will begin showing up in Cayuse along with your competitive projects.

Projects must be assigned a number within NIFA's REEport system.  Beginning late 2017, the nomenclature used for our capacity projects is listed below.  The 2018 project number would be updated based on the year of submission to NIFA of the project initiation.  Older projects will have different numbers until they expire.

  • KS18HA**** - represents a Hatch funded project starting in 2018. 
  • KS18MS**** - represents a Hatch Multistate funded project starting in 2018, last digits will mimic Multistate number.
  • KS18MC**** - represents a McIntire-Stennis project starting in 2018.
  • KS18AH**** - represents an Animal Health project starting in 2018.

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Faculty Responsibilities and New Projects

Hatch/MultiState Information

NIFA REEport Information

Other REEport How-To's (for departmental business managers)