526 South Kedzie Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824
Grants and Contracts
- National Institute for Standards and Technology, “Toward Standards-Literate Citizens: Curricular Materials and Educational Strategies.” 60NANB12D254, $25,000 funded September 2012.
- Institute for Sustainable Solutions, Portland State University, Portland, OR. Personal Services Contract, Consulting on environmental philosophy and on interdisciplinary research with the IGERT on Ecosystem Services in Urbanizing Regions, $60,000 finalized Oct. 1, 2011.
- National Science Foundation, “Anticipatory Workshop on Biosensors in the Agrifood Sector,” SES-1055542 Lead P.I. $50, 689, Funded Aug. 2010.
- World Health Organization/National Institutes of Health, “Contract for Contributions to a Framework for Field Testing Transgenic Mosquitoes,” $10,000, funded April, 2010.
- Sloan Foundation, Subcontract for project with J.Craig Ventor Foundation on Synthetic Biology, $40,000, funded Aug.2009.
- Social Sustainability of Egg Production, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Egg Board (Co P.I. with Janis Swanson, Lead P.I.), $410,000, funded March 2008.
- National Science Foundation, “NIRT: Building Capacity for Social and Ethical Research and Education in Agrifood Nanotechnology,” $1,720,000, SES-0403847 funded Aug. 2004.
- Genome BC, Vancouver BC, Contract for advice on structure and review of social and ethical issues research portfolio, September 2007, $7500.
- MSU/Pew Initiative on Food and Agricultural Biotechnology Collaboration. “Ethical Issues in Animal Biotechnology and Cloning,” $2000 MSU, $180,000 Pew, Jan. 2005-March 2007.
- National Science Foundation, “Third Party Certification in Food and Agriculture: A Study in Values and Science,” (Co P.I. with Lawrence Busch, Lead P.I.), $250,000, funded July, 2004.
- Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Contract for multiple projects on intensification and biotechnology, US$20,000. Approved, February, 2003.
- Purdue Research Foundation, “Transnational Cosmopolitanism,” Dissertation Research Award for J. Todd Ferguson, $28,500, funded Aug. 2002.
- Genome Canada, Contract for Review of Research Proposals, US$7,000. Approved January, 2002.
- Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Contract for White Paper/Expert Consultation on Ethics, Food Safety and the Right to Food, $6000. Approved December, 2001.
- Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Commission, White Paper on Ethical Issues in Food Biotechnology, CA$23,000, Contract Approved June 15, 2000.
- Purdue Center for Information Assurance and Security, Ethics in Education for Computer Professionals, $15,000, funded June 2000.
- Purdue Center for Information Assurance and Security, Philosophical Issues in Information Technology, $18,500, funded June 1999.
- Purdue Research Foundation, “Morality of the Group,” Dissertation Research Award for Mary Lyn Stoll, $27,400, funded Aug. 1998.
- National Science Foundation, “Ethical Issues for Food Biotechnology: A North America-Europe Comparison,” SBR9602968, $49,797, funded April 1997.
- Texas Advanced Technology Research Program, “Improving and Implementing Risk Assessment, Part II,” $49,000, funded Sept. 1995.
- U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service, Grant for Three Satellite Teleconferences on Agricultural Ethics (with A. Powell), $19,000, funded Sept. 1994.
- Texas Advanced Technology Research Program, “Improving and Implementing Risk Assessment of Agricultural Practice,” (with D. Vietor) $59,300 funded Sept. 1993.
- U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research Service, “Probabilistic Risk Assessment for Managing Dairy Waste,” (with D. Vietor and B. Harris) $150,000 funded Sept. 1993.
- National Science Foundation, Ethics and Value Studies, “Sustainability as a Norm,” $88,000 funded Oct. 1992, renewed June 1994, $25,000, renewed April 1995, $10,000.
- The Rockefeller Foundation, Division of Arts and Humanities, “Ethics and Agricultural Development,” $23,701 funded Sept. 1992; $37,780 renewed Dec. 1992; $15,000 renewed April 1993.
- The National Agricultural Biotechnology Council, Contract to support NABC Conference at Texas A&M, $25,000 approved Feb. 1992.
- Texas Advanced Technology Research Program, “Assessing and Integrating Risks of Agricultural Practice” (With D. Vietor and M.L. Wolfe) $95,621 funded Oct. 1991.
- U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Higher Education, Grant for Developing AG*SAT Broadcast of agricultural ethics course, (With D. Vietor) $59,000, funded Oct. 1991.
- U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Higher Education, Grant for Development of Case Studies in Agricultural Ethics (With D. Vietor, co-P.I.) $43,000 funded Oct. 1990.
- Texas Advanced Technology Research Program, “Risk Assessment for Agricultural Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Considerations” (With B. Stout, co-P.I.): $89,000 funded Oct. 1989.
- The National Science Foundation, Ethics and Values Studies, Grant to study the social and ethical goals of agricultural research decisions (With B. Stout, co-P.I.): $112,599 funded Aug.1988.
- Texas Agricultural Experiment Station and College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University, Grant for research on conflicts of interest between U.S. agricultural producers and farmers in the developing world: $6000 funded July, 1988.
- The Rockefeller Foundation, Grant to support international travel for Council on Foreign Relations IAF Fellowship: $19,500 funded Jan. 1987.
- Council on Foreign Relations, through funds of the MacArthur Foundation, salary stipend for International Affairs Fellowship: $30,000 funded Sept. 1986.
- College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University, Departmental Development Grant for workshops on agriculture and business ethics: $7000 funded Dec. 1985.
- W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Grant for curriculum development in agriculture and liberal arts: $99,184 funded Sept. 1984.
- Texas Committee for the Humanities, The Land Myth in Texas Agriculture symposium: $7,135 funded Sept. 1984.
- Franklin J. Machette Foundation, seminar on artificial intelligence: $1300 funded July 1984.