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GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS POLICY NUMBER 7
 

Summary: GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
POLICY NUMBER 7
PROCEDURES FOR RESEARCH PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND APPROVAL
Appendix I: Research Projects from Scientists Not Employed by the CAES
Appendix II: Research Projects by CAES Personnel Not Employed by the CAES
1. The development of research objectives and procedures, and the formalization of these
expressions into a project outline, is an activity that is of paramount importance to the
Experiment Stations system. The commitment by the administration, when projects are
approved, authorizes the expenditure of funds and personnel effort for the research for
relatively long periods and removes such resources from use for other research. Projects
should, therefore, be developed thoughtfully and subjected to close peer review to assure
technical excellence and pertinence to Georgia's agricultural and scientific needs.
Every person with a faculty appointment in the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations
must be a part of one or more approved research projects. If a person's appointment in
the GAES is 25% or less, he/she may serve as a co-investigator on a research project or
as a principal investigator if the situation warrants. Persons with GAES appointments of
more than 25% must be a principal investigator on one or more research projects within
six months.
Within six months after an initial faculty appointment to the Georgia Agricultural
Experiment Stations, but no later than nine months following the appointment date, one

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia
Scott, Robert A. - Departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology & Chemistry, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology; Chemistry