Research and IPM
Grants Programs: UC IPM Competitive Research
Format for Research Project Progress
|Crop(s) or sites(s)||Target pest(s) (include common and scientific names)|
|Control method(s) (if any)||Discipline(s)|
|Beneficial organism (if any)||Additional important keywords|
Please respond to specific questions or comments of the reviewers as noted in your funding letter for 2008-09. Restate the question or comments and give an answer. Attach a copy of the funding letter to your report.
Summarize the accomplishments of your project to date and especially your progress in the last year. Where possible, relate accomplishments to practical applications for growers or pest managers in the field. Do not restate the goals of your project or present a lengthy justification. The objectives (above) and this summary will appear in the UC IPM research grants database on the Web, so express yourself in lay terms and avoid technical jargon. Limit the summary to 250 words on 1 double-spaced page.
List your actual past and projected years' budgets, as indicated in the funding letter from the UC IPM Director, and as itemized in your approved budget. Describe and justify any requested changes to next year's budget, even if the total is the same or less than originally proposed.
|% OF TIME ON PROJECT|| (__ - __)
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Supplies & Expenses
Do not refer to previous years' progress reports since some reviewers may not have access to them. For each objective, use the following format:
Objective 1. Restate the objective.
Objective 2. Restate the objective.
In a few sentences, detail the benefits of this research program to end users (e.g., growers, land managers, residential users). This is different from the lay summary. The summary covers the results from the past year; the Research Success Statements should quantify what the research means to the end users, e.g., "this research provides (end users) with the essential tools to manage…"
Supply the number of graduate students and the number of undergraduate students supported by the grant for 2009-10 only.
Attach a copy of your 2009-10 funding letter at the end of the progress report.
A copy of the University (or official) ledger, showing all expenditures for the period July, 2009 through February 2010 is to be submitted with the progress report, and a copy of the University (or official) June Final 2010 ledger is due no later than August 23, 2010. A reminder will be sent to you in July 2010.