­­Dr. Hanping Wang completes four proposals from home isolation

With the outbreak of coronavirus, most of us are now teleworking from home. In a normal situation, if you were able to work from home for a week, you would typically be feeling happy; but if you have to work at home for a month or longer, that can be a different story. 

It is difficult to work from home. There is always something else you can do, for example watching television, eating snacks, or doing a home project; however, if you focus, you can get a lot of things done with writing in home isolation. 

Dr. Hanping Wang, program leader of the South Centers aquaculture program, has completed four grant proposals worth a total of around $3 million since the home isolation. These proposals were submitted to the National Science Foundation, USDA-NIFA, and US Soybean Board.  

He would like to thank Pam Schlegel and Lori Kaser in the Grant Development Support Unit for their guidance and assistance in budget preparation and submission process for these proposals.