The CUAES currently oversees a $7.2 million project portfolio, in cooperation with Cornell Cooperative Extension and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. The chief source of station funding is a yearly allocation made on a formula basis by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) of the United States Department of Agriculture as part of the land-grant system.
This funding comes to CUAES in four categories and is distributed according to specific policies. The five funding programs are Hatch, Multistate (MRF), McIntire-Stennis, Animal Health and Smith Lever.
Learn more about the impacts of Federal Formula Funds in New York (pdf)
To be able to apply for any funding managed by the CUAES, you have to be part of the Cornell Community.
To submit your Preproposal go to our Federal Formula Funds Pre-Proposal System
Funding Cycle (pdf)
|REEport (previously CRIS):
Project Initiation (pdf), previously CRIS AD-416, AD-417 & Assurance Form
Annual/Final Report Instructions (pdf), previously AD-412
|Multistate Research Projects (MRP):
Appendix E (doc)