1. Does the proposal describe a research question or issue that has current relevance or importance to an identified area of agricultural research? (Assess if the proposal identifies a research study worth doing. If so, the purpose of the study should be spelled out, its relevance or importance to the field and its potential contribution to agricultural sciences and the university.)
8. The proposal provides a clear description and explanation of the intention to conduct pilot and/or preliminary data collection and/or to develop data collection procedures prior to full stage testing of research questions or hypotheses.
22. The proposal provides a clear description of how the expected outcomes will be translated for use by stakeholders.
(List changes/improvements you believe should be made before the proposal is “acceptable” for funding support)
(Include notes relating to any issues that you feel should be taken into consideration regarding the feasibility and likelihood of the proposed project contributing to the field of agricultural education or science.)