Dr. Emie Yiannaka-Grants
"Center for Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization -Policy Research Group" NIFA USDA, Policy Research Centers Award, April 2012 - June 2014, $766,166. Grant share: $151,709.
"Shiga-toxigenic Escherichia coli (STEC) in the Beef Chain: Assessing and Mitigating the Risk by Translational Science, Education and Outreach." NIFA USDA, January 2012 - September 2017, $25 million. Grant share $155,264.
"Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Nitrogen Cycling From Beef Production Systems: Effect Of Climate, Season, Production System, Diet, and Management." AFRI Planning Grant, September 2010 - August 2011. $50,000.
"Interdisciplinary Innovation Education to Solve Real Business and Design Problems." USDA Higher Education Challenge Grant. Co-PIs from UNL, Cal-Poly and Oklahoma State University. September 2007-August 2010, $465,595.
"Establishing Integrated Agricultural Systems in Western Nebraska." ARD Sampson Range and Pasture Management Endowments grant. Co-PIs: Tala Awada, Walter Schacht, Xinhua Zhou, Neal Bryan, June 2007-May 2008, $9,570.
"Using Economic Experiments to Understand Patenting Behavior." UNL Layman Award. June 2007-June 2008, $9,984.
"Preparing Women for Leadership in the Food Industry through Training in Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization." United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES). Co-PIs: A. Azzam, K. Giannakas, J. Royer and S. Scofield. September 2005 - August 2007, $128,000.
"Woody Species Expansion in the Nebraska Sandhills: Ecological and Socio-Economic Consequences." UNL Agricultural Research Division. Co-PIs: Tala N Awada, EdwinHarvey, Walter H. Schacht, Xinhua Zhou and Scott J. Josiah Start date: 2004-07-01, end date: 2006-06-30, $40,000.
"The Market Potential of a Second Generation GM, High Oleic Soybean Oil." United Soybean Board. Co-PI: K. Giannakas. September 2003 - August 2004, $18,816.