The Research Computing Center has recently hired two new student operators who have joined the team in Morse Hall providing a variety of IT and help desk services. We extend a warm welcome to Emily Helrich and Sean Graham.
Emily comes to us as a Computer Science major in her Junior year. Sean is entering his Junior year and is majoring in Information Technology. We’re pleased to have them...
“New” SPIN (Sponsored Programs Information Network) has a user-friendly interface for conducting ad hoc funding opportunity searches, and provides for periodic automated e-mail alerts for new opportunities. To use SPIN, log in at https://infoedresearch.unh.edu/login.asp.
For more information, see the SPIN/SMARTS/GENIUS FAQs and the Research Office SPIN-SMARTS-GENIUS page: http://www.unh.edu/...
Sponsored Programs Administration, Accounting and Financial Compliance group (AFC) is the new name for the Financial Management Group (FMG). The accountants in this group are Financial Research Administrators (FRA’s). As of May 1, 2014 the FRA’s are assigned responsibilities based on specific UNH departments. Please refer to the Find Your FRA document on the UNH website.
The National Science Foundation's Directorate for Engineering (ENG), Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems (CBET) has changed the unsolicited proposal submission window for all 17 programs to one single submission window, October 1 through November 5, 2014, by 5 pm submitter's local time.
The window changes are effective immediately and will continue annually...
According to the Urban Dictionary, Boston is the place where use of the word ‘wicked’ as an adverb was born. Fascinated with words and the way their use and implication can vary, Emma Brown decided to make ‘wicked’ the subject of her research project for UNH’s 2014 Undergraduate Research Conference.