The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is soliciting proposals from research teams to conduct a socioeconomic study of Atlantic menhaden commercial fisheries. The study, expected to begin in February 2016, is intended to characterize the coastwide commercial fisheries, including bait and reduction sectors and the fishing communities they support. Funding for the project has been provided...
The National Science Foundation (NSF) invites you to view the plenary session webcast presentations from the Fall 2015 NSF Grants Conference held on November 2-3 in Arlington, VA.
Webcast sessions available for
on-demand viewing at http://www.tvworldwide.com/events/nsf/151102/:
Introduction & NSF Overview
As New Englanders sit down to give thanks this week, their Thanksgiving table may be filled with an abundant supply of locally grown foods thanks, in part, to extensive agricultural research conducted by the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at UNH. Squash, pumpkins, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, oysters, and milk are some of the foods that have benefited from UNH research.
Professor of Political Science Melvin Dubnick has co-edited, with Domonic A. Bearfield, a new edition of the "Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy" (CRC Press, November 12, 2015). The Encyclopedia is the definitive source for article-length presentations spanning the fields of public administration and public policy.
Dubnick is the author of numerous works on government...