Scientific Exchanges Fellowship Program – Pilot

The Scientific Exchanges Program advances USDA’s agricultural research goals of promoting collaborative programs among agricultural professionals of eligible countries, agricultural professionals of the United States, the international agricultural research system, and United States entities conducting

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research by providing fellowships to individuals from eligible countries who specialize or have experience in agricultural education, research, extension, or other related fields.

Fellowships promote food security and economic growth in eligible countries by educating a new generation of agricultural scientists, increasing scientific knowledge and collaborative research to improve agricultural productivity, and extending that knowledge to users and intermediaries in the marketplace.

The collaborative nature of the training and research programs not only benefits the Fellow, his or her home institution, and partner country; the U. S. recipient, its professors, researchers, and students; and the global agricultural sector by improving agricultural productivity, systems, and processes in partnering nations through the transfer of new science and agricultural technologies.

Agency: Department of Agriculture

Office: Foreign Agricultural Service

Estimated Funding: $800,000





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
https://grants.fms.usda.gov

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible Applicants Proposals may be received from U. S. State Cooperative Institutions or other colleges and universities in the United States.A single mentor may not host two Participants simultaneously.

Both the PI and the mentor must hold a position at an eligible U. S. institution.

All applicants must have an active registration in the SAM database at www.sam.gov – pending or expired registrants are not eligible.

This requirement must be met by the closing date of the announcement and will not be waived.

Please contact the program officer listed if you have questions about this requirement.

In addition to obtaining a DUNS number and registering in SAM, you must also obtain Level 2eAuthentication to apply for this funding opportunity in ezFedGrants (eFG).

You must submit an online form requesting access.

Normally you will receive an email within 24 hours of your submission, if your request is approved.

After this occurs, you will need to schedule an appointment with an LRA.

Once you meet with the LRA, your Level 2 eAuthentication should be granted within 2 to 3 days after that meeting.

https://identitymanager.eems.usda.gov/registration/index.aspx Help Desk for ezfedgrants eAuth ezFedGrants@cfo.usda.gov

Full Opportunity Web Address:
To apply please use ezFedGrants found via the ezFedGrants portal at https://grants.fms.usda.gov. Applications must be submitted via this portal to be considered for funding.The NOFO number on ezFedGrants is USDA-FAS-10777-0700-10.-19-0049. Theful

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Agency Email Description:
For Programmatic questions call Ben Bocian.

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Date Posted:
2019-06-27

Application Due Date:


Archive Date:
2019-08-14



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