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a grant of public land (as to a railway or college)

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He has been president of the Association of Sea Grant Program Institutions, chairman of the Ocean Science Committee of the National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council, and chairman of the Marine Division of the National Association of State Universitates and LandGrant Colleges.
Oklahoma State University is a five-campus, public landgrant educational system that improves the lives of people in Oklahoma, the nation, and the world through integrated, high quality teaching, research and outreach.
About Penn State University Penn State University Penn State is designated as the sole landgrant institution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
As an initiative of the Federation, Section 2501 addresses the need for USDA to offer more services to limited-resource minority farmers by offering grants to community-based organizations and landgrant colleges to offer outreach services.
ARS manages TEAM Leafy Spurge in cooperation with USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, other federal and state agencies, and four landgrant universities.
Cubic recently was invited by LandGrant Development of San Diego to discuss the possibility of providing smart technologies for The Bridge at Las Americas, a proposed pedestrian foot bridge that will connect Tijuana, Mexico to San Ysidro, Calif.
Mercado is headed by San Diego-based LandGrant Development, which has a proven record of success in developing several high-profile redevelopment projects in the county, including the highly successful Las Americas project at the San Diego/Tijuana border (the only other meaningful commercial redevelopment project in City Council District 8 in recent years).
Research is frequently conducted in conjunction with landgrant universities through cooperative research agreements and other collaborative efforts.
Mississippi did establish Alcorn State University for blacks in 1871, designating it as a landgrant school, and in Virginia, land-grant funds from the 1862 act were extended to blacks via Hampton University, a private institution.
Samuel Marasco III, president of San Diego-based LandGrant Development, which is developing the project in cooperation with city, state and federal government officials.